Boom, Belgium (December 20, 2012)—A new Community audio systems was recently installed by communication and integration specialist, Tevean nv, at the Heilig Hart (Sacred Heart) church in Boom, Belgium.
With capacity for up to 700 people and contemporary architecture, the large open space was a highly reverberant environment. Community Entasys three-way, full-range, column-line-array systems were chosen; as the system is used for music and small concerts, in addition to its prime function of speech reinforcement, compact dual 12-inch Community VLF212 subwoofers were incorporated to extend the low frequency and add bass performance.
Tevean installed a Symetrix Solus 8 open architecture 8x8 DSP with control via a Symetrix ARC-2e menu-driven wall panel remote. A variety of Clockaudio and Mipro ACT-5 wireless microphones meet the fixed and portable requirements of the church.
Mario Clabots, managing director of the equipment supplier, M-Pro, commented, "The client and visitors are very pleased with the excellent audio quality, wide coverage and sound levels the system provides. It achieves very high intelligibility right to the back of the church and delivers the ideal solution for both speech and music."
Community Professional Loudspeakers