Church Gets The Worx

Greensboro, NC (March 3, 2008)--Christian Heritage Church in Greensboro recently updated its aging sound reinforcement system with a number of new pro audio items. Orangeburg, SC-based Templeton Sound Systems oversaw the facility upgrade, which included WorxAudio Technologies loudspeakers.
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Greensboro, NC (March 3, 2008)--Christian Heritage Church in Greensboro recently updated its aging sound reinforcement system with a number of new pro audio items. Orangeburg, SC-based Templeton Sound Systems oversaw the facility upgrade, which included WorxAudio Technologies loudspeakers.

"From the congregation's viewpoint, one sees a single loudspeaker cluster over the stage and the compact floor monitors on each side of the pulpit," said Michael Templeton, the sound company's president. The Templeton Sound installation crew flew the M80X5-P loudspeaker cluster front and center over the stage at a height of 20 feet, while below, the TL.218SS-P sub sits recessed beneath the stage front and center, aligned with M80X5-P overhead.

To provide a suitable monitor system for the church's 100-voice choir, Templeton Sound installed a M80i-P line array system mounted directly to the rear of the M80X5-P loudspeaker cluster and angled down at the choir so that it is not visible to the congregation. Also used for monitoring are two WaveSeries 8M loudspeakers, positioned on each side of the pulpit, that are used as floor monitors.

Pastor Stephen Phillips offered this assessment of the church's new sound system, "We are very pleased with the sound quality and the level of service we've received throughout the process." Similarly, Matt Spivey, the church's sound technician says, "Our room is very wide and shallow, which creates several obstacles, but the WorxAudio M80X5-P provides equal coverage throughout the room from a single source. Nothing that we listened to came close to this system."

Templeton Sound Systems
www.templetonsound.com

WorxAudio Technologies
www.worxaudio.com