Moohak Church Installs Adamson SpekTrix

Seoul, Korea (July 5, 2006)--Last year, Moohak Church built itself a new facility in Seoul, Korea that was named by the Korean Association of Architects as one of the most beautiful building structures of 2005. In the center of it all is a new Adamson SpecTrix PA that was added after the fact however.
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Seoul, Korea (July 5, 2006)--Last year, Moohak Church built itself a new facility in Seoul, Korea that was named by the Korean Association of Architects as one of the most beautiful building structures of 2005. In the center of it all is a new Adamson SpecTrix PA that was added after the fact however.
Moohak Church in Seoul, Korea recently installed an Adamson SpecTrix PA system for its new worship facility.Earlier this year, Pastor Chang Keun Kim, chief sound engineer Young Ho Ho and sound engineer Keun Hyung Park decided that their existing sound system just couldn't handle the requirements of a modern church. After a shootout, an Adamson system was chosen; Adamson Korean support Acoutek installed 18 SpekTrix, four Spektrix Waves and two SpekTrix subs for the main left and right arrays, while 10 CB-1s were placed for under balcony and side fills, and a pair of MX10s provided monitoring on the stage for the pastor.

There were a few areas that caused difficulties and had to be taken into consideration with the installation. The ceiling height of 82 feet caused a problem with the previous conventional speaker installation, so the Adamson true source line-array and a pair of SpekTrix Wave 15 degree boxes at the bottom of each array were used to cover the last row of the high balcony as well as the front row of the orchestra seating.

All speakers in the installation are powered with Lab.gruppen and controlled with XTA's DP226s with Adamson presets. The church's sound engineers and Acoutek are working on several custom presets to cover various events taking place at Moohak.

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