We recently remodeled our sanctuary and have a fully capable Presonus board and huge amps ready to power a set of speakers that will give clear sound (especially for regular speaking voice -- sermons) We are traditional regarding worship, so don't need huge concert-like speakers. We actually would like some sort of cluster or row of smaller speakers that would be aesthetically pleasing above the pulpit somehow. The room is 40'wide x 30' deep, with 14' high acoustic tile ceiling. We have carpet, padded chair seating and drywall walls. Budget? $1000-2000? We just want something to help amplify the voices of the pastor and worship leader. They both use wireless mics. Please direct me to some speakers that we should consider.btw, we are interested in something that has short vertical footprint. More of a horizontal arrangement as they will be hung from ceiling and we don't want them hanging down very far if possible. (8"-10" max?)
I realize that we are over equipped, amp-wise, and the board is way overkill too. But it was all bought a few years ago by a well intentioned member... So if we go with smaller speakers midway back, maybe some flush mount ceiling ones? We do have quite a few elderly members and it's for them that we are wanting to amplify. Btw, at the rear of the room there is a large overflow area with 8' ceilings with ceiling mount speakers throughout, so that area is covered. If smaller speakers are suggested, do you have some in mind? And what do you mean by delaying them back to the pulpit?What about something like these http://www.electrovoice.com/family.php?id=162 (low profile) or maybe a couple of these with their wide range http://qsc.com/products/loudspeakers/wideline_series/As far as installation, we are in the middle of nowhere, and but have contractors who attend the church who can help with safe installation.
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