Houses of Worship
From transmission of clearly intelligible spoken words by your clergy and ministers to musical accompaniment for your congregation, POLAR offer audio solutions for Houses of Worship designed to be as discreet as possible to preserve the integrity of the building.
- Discrete, digitally steerable beam forming loudspeaker columns, specifically designed with acoustically challenging spaces in mind.
- A multitude of comprehensive, yet easily controllable digital consoles and personal monitoring systems.
- Loudspeaker SPL distribution heat-mapping.
- Acoustic treatment solutions and design.
- Friendly technical advice, support and design assistance.
Installation Line Array
Renkus-Heinz offers the CF/CFX Modular Point Source Array Series, designed for power, portability and versatility, they provide an ideal solution as a portable system or a permanent installation in small and mid-sized venues. With the flexibility to be flown, ground-stacked or pole-mounted, these speakers offer the performance and pattern control of a line array, with the clarity of a point source system in a compact, sleek and affordable design.
The CF/CFX Two-way Loudspeakers are perfect for use virtually in any application where size is a critical issue and outstanding sonic performance is required. Featuring a 6.5" or 8" heavy-duty woofer and an extended range titanium HF drivers, they are ideal for fills, delays, distributed/playback systems, portable, compact and full-range sound reinforcement.
The CF/CFX Subwoofers are heavy duty and come equipped with titanium HF drivers. They are ideal for use in both install and portable applications where high-output, low frequency content is required.
MC² offer the T Series high-performance amplifiers featuring MC² Audio’s complementary Class AB bipolar topology and the unique MC² Audio current driven floating drive stage designed for the fixed installation market.
The T Series includes conventional analogue level controls to help deliver the cleanest sound available, coupled with ultra-high standards of reliability.
Radial Engineering offers a range of Interfaces which act as the liaison between various pieces of equipment and ensure the signal is transferred from one device to the other without introducing noise, distortion or artifact of any kind.
The ISO Series are high performance line-level isolators for professional touring, sound installation, broadcast and studio use delivering exceptional audio and quality vocal range.
The SGI Series are guitar line drivers and routers that can be used to manage guitar signals to and from wireless systems, pedalboards and amplifiers and to route guitar signals around a stage, in the studio or in a large venue while delivering the very best signal quality.
Related Case Studies
St Anne of Few Cables
The Church of St Anne in Aigburth, Liverpool dates back to 1837 and is a National Heritage Grade II Listed building. Built to offer Christian worship for the occupants of the 'large houses' built at the time in the area, as well as local farm-workers, St Anne's congregation grew quickly and additions to the building followed in 1853 and 1913. Still a growing church, St Anne's sits at the heart of its community offering not only a contemporary place of worship but also a space for a wide range of activities and musical performances. Modern day churches are often multi-purpose venues that require the best in AV provision - where new-builds can take this into account during the design process, listed Victorian buildings regularly present all manner of interesting challenges.