Posted in education on July 20, 2016 9:43 am EDT

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By Dan Daley

For most churchgoers the PA system is what they see when they think of listening to the sermon or to the worship band. But the reason they’ll clearly hear every word of that sermon, and catch every note and thump of the band, is because behind those speakers is not only the rest of the PA system—amplifiers, processors, mixers, and cabling—but a huge, unseen and absolutely critical process; one that began months and years earlier, as needs began to make themselves felt and the wheels of a calculated response began to turn.

Addressing the sound for church is a complex and complicated series of decisions and actions, each with a distinct purpose—and an associated cost—that, taken together, can provide any church space with exactly the right systems and configurations that it needs. That’s the process that’s examined here.

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