WorxAudio System Takes Jumping Run to Church

Greensboro, NC (December 22, 2006)--Jumping Run Church in Eastern North Carolina recently opened a brand new sanctuary. Pastor Lawson turned to Winterville, NC-based Sound Advice to install a sound reinforcement system revolving around products from the WorxAudio Technologies catalog. The installation in the 500-seat facility took place from mid-September through the end of October.
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Greensboro, NC (December 22, 2006)--Jumping Run Church in Eastern North Carolina recently opened a brand new sanctuary. Pastor Lawson turned to Winterville, NC-based Sound Advice to install a sound reinforcement system revolving around products from the WorxAudio Technologies catalog. The installation in the 500-seat facility took place from mid-September through the end of October.
The WorxAudio Technologies TrueLine line array system installed at Jumping Run ChurchAccording to Carol Evans, CEO and founder of Sound Advice, the company flew left and right loudspeaker clusters consisting of four WorxAudio TrueLine V8i line array elements plus a single TrueLine TL215 subwoofer per side. For monitoring support at the front, Evans selected two models from the WorxAudio Wave Series product group. The Sound Advice crew flew two 8Ai loudspeaker enclosures to serve as overhead monitors, with one each behind the two main line array clusters. Additionally, four WorxAudio 12M floor monitors are routinely placed into service. Power for the loudspeakers is provided by QSC RMX Series amplifiers.

Other key components of the new sound system include an Allen & Heath GL2400-32 mixing console at front of house, and a number of wireless microphones. The praise band uses Audio Technica ATW-3141 handheld wireless microphones and ATW-3110 receivers, while Pastor Lawson uses Countryman E6 Isomax ear set microphones for himself and guests. For playback of canned program sources, there is a Denon DN-T625 combination CD/cassette tape player that facilitates RS-232 remote control via the AMX control system installed in the facility.

"The new system has added yet another element of vibrancy to the church's services," reported Evans, who noted that Lawson was particularly impressed with the fact that he could walk anywhere he wanted to without concern about feedback or bad sound. In summing up his appreciation for the new sound system and the work performed by the Sound Advice team, Pastor Lawson jokingly said, "With this system, I can preach until I'm 90 years old!"

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