Lakeville High School and Southland City Church, both located in the Minneapolis area, recently teamed up to find a sound reinforcement solution for the Lakeville High School auditorium, which is used by the church for Sunday services and by the school for classes, assemblies and theater productions. Minnesota-based system integrator, designed and installed a dBTechnologies line array system to meet their needs.
“I took one look at the 750-seat auditorium with the steep raked floor and soft theater-style seats and knew that a line array solutions would be the best for the room,” says Excel AV Group owner Kevin Crow.
The final design consisted of two hangs of seven DVA-T4 line array modules, augmented with two dBTechnologies DVA-S30N active dual 18-inch subwoofers on the floor. “The coverage is simply amazing,” says Justin Vagle, director of worship for Southland City Church. “We have measured only 1 dB difference front to back. In addition, the subs are tight and impacting.”
Regarding dBTechnologies’ system, Crow concludes, “In the big picture I think the value that dBTechnologies offers the marketplace is phenomenal. I don’t see how anyone (after hearing these boxes) could deny that – especially at such an affordable price. We are already introducing this line to other clients and couldn’t be more excited.”
Via: Prosound Web