Meyer Sings at Yuong-Sang Church

Yuong-Sang Presbyterian Church, a Korean-language Presbyterian church outside Philadelphia, recently augmented its active music program with a new sound system based around Meyer Sound Mina line array loudspeakers.
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Horsham, PA (May 21, 2012)—Yuong-Sang Presbyterian Church, a Korean-language Presbyterian church outside Philadelphia, recently augmented its active music program with a new sound system based around Meyer Sound Mina line array loudspeakers.

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Designed and installed by Dave Brotman, owner of Coatesville, Pa.–based systems integrator DBS Audio Systems, Inc., the system includes a new Allen & Heath iLive digital console and custom-painted left and right arrays, comprised of six Meyer Mina loudspeakers flown under a 500-HP subwoofer on each side. Five UPJ-1P VariO loudspeakers are spaced along the rear of the sanctuary as balcony delays, and six MM-4XP loudspeakers are recessed in the stage steps to provide front fill and lower the perceived audio image.

The Meyer Sound loudspeaker system installed at Yuong-Sang is self-powered, therefore requiring only two additional items to complete the setup: a Galileo loudspeaker management system with one Galileo 616 processor and a 48V, DC MPS-488HP power supply for the MM-4XP loudspeakers. has also been installed.

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