Orlando, FL (August 11, 2006)–Like many churches these days, Faith Assembly of God in Orlando recently completed an entire renovation of its sanctuary, bringing its worship space up to modern times. As part of that effort, it had a brand-new audio system installed, centered around an Electro-Voice XLC line array loudspeaker system.
Faith Assembly of God Church in Orlando, FL now sports a new EV XLC line array loudspeaker system.Encore Broadcast Solutions of Winter Springs, FL specified and sold the system, which was installed by Ricky Johnson of Pro Audio Solutions. The new P.A. features two main arrays of eight XLCi127+ boxes powered by a dozen P3000RL amplifiers running EV IRIS software.
“We’ve had great success with EV equipment in houses of worship,” said Encore’s Jeff Cameron, “because EV takes the time to help us educate the customer about exactly what they’re purchasing, how it works, and why it’s right for them. These systems are a considerable expense and there are lots of other brands of line array on the market. We organized a demo in the sanctuary at Faith Assembly, and EV line array specialist Monte Wise flew down to put the rig through its paces and answer any questions. Of course, they demo’d other manufacturers’ line array offerings too, but the XLC was the right one from day one. Rob was very impressed by the high level of manufacturer involvement in the whole demo process, as well as the XLC’s sonic performance in their space.”