Grandville, MI (October 23, 2006)–Resurrection Life Church, a house of worship founded in Western Michigan in 1967, recently had Acoustic Dimensions of Dallas to develop a new audio blueprint for its entire property, with installation and custom engineering services supplied by Holland, Michigan-based Parkway Electric. It was not small task, as its campus has a 200,000-square-foot building including a 4,200-seat sanctuary surrounded by numerous nursery/youth ministry rooms as well as a chapel, café and bookstore. QSC AcousticDesign loudspeakers were used in a number of spaces.
A 40-foot-wide region traversing the entire rear of the sanctuary receives full-range coverage from several AcousticDesign AD-S82 compact, surface-mount loudspeakers. Mounted discretely amidst support structures and architectural elements, the optional white cabinet finish of these loudspeakers allow them to blend into the aesthetics of the space.
“The AD-S82 meets every possible need that can be presented in a situation like this one, whether it’s audio quality, coverage, aesthetics and mounting, or any combination thereof,” explained Gary Zandstra, director of sales and marketing for Parkway Electric. “There aren’t too many single packages out there that can provide such a comprehensive solution, and this makes our lives as contractors a whole lot easier. The AD-C52ST loudspeakers are simple to install, and they offer a sound quality that’s on par with premium ceiling loudspeakers that aren’t priced nearly as attractively.”
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