Nexo Planted In Palm Valley Church

Palm Valley Church in Mission, Texas recently built a new, 2,500-seat facility that includes a Nexo Geo line array system.
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Mission, TX (June 10, 2011)--Palm Valley Church in Mission, Texas recently built a new, 2,500-seat facility that includes a Nexo Geo line array system.

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Mankin Media Systems (MMS) of Franklin, TN designed and built the facility. Mankin Media Systems Projects Director, Stephen Roberts, said, “The church was exploding in attendance and were confident in their leap to a new building in order to gain more seating capacity. What they described to us, though, was a mission to not just gain seating capacity but to build a facility designed to engage their audiences for miles around.”

The service is contemporary worship with acoustic drums, electric guitars, bass, keys, acoustic guitars, piano and vocal team. Bringing that to the parishoners is a Nexo Geo S12 line array system. “MMS was able to demo the Nexo S12 system for the client, and they loved what they heard, and the price point,” says Roberts.

The complete Nexo system includes 12 Geo S1210 boxes, an RS15 sub, one NXAMP 4x1, two NXAMP 4x4s, and six PS8 stage wedges. Volunteers typically run the audio system, and were trained by MMS on the entire system.

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