Church Sound Systems and Solutions

By now the majority of churches in the UK have a sound system of some description, and should also include an induction loop for the hard of hearing.  It is not uncommon though for these systems to eventually need upgrading  to a change of use, or replacing equipment  that has aged and no longer functions correctly.

As with most systems we install, churches invariably need a bespoke solution to suit all users and requirements. Some are very basic and just require an alter mic, lectern mic, and a lapel radio mic system, add a couple of column speakers and the induction loop system and they are good to go. Some however are far more complex, needing vast quantities of microphones (both wired and radio) projectors and multiple rooms with individual control over speaker levels.

You can find systems in the following churches whether fitted from new or refurbished:

St Leonards Watlington St Leonards Woodcote, All Saints Didcot,  Woolstone , St Mary’s  Swinbrook, St Mary’s Pyrton, 7th Day Adventist Oxford,  St. George’s Ogbourne St George, St. John the Baptist Moulsford, URC Hungerford, St. Mary’s East Hendred, St. Thomas Goring, St Patricks East Isley, St Michael’s & All Angels Clifton Hampden, St Martin’s Bladon, St Peter&St Paul, Appleford, St Mary’s Kintbury, St Michael’s Inkpen, St Clement’s Oxford, St. Mary & St. Berin Berinsfield, Iffley Church Hall, Wallingford Christian Assembly, St. Samsons Cricklade,  South Moreton Chapel, St. Andrews South Stoke, St. Johns Newbury, Blewbury Methodist Church, Abingdon Salvation Army.

Whatever your needs are for your church/place of worship please don’t hesitate to get in touch and we will be happy to discuss your needs.

Ab Salvation Army
Abingdon Salvation Army
South Stoke Church with new column speakers and system
South Stoke Church

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