Spokane, WA (June 1, 2012)—After church leaders at South Hill Seventh Day Adventist Church in Spokane heard Summit Ridge Christian Fellowship bring a portable system into South Hill’s worship space, they contacted Kyle Anderson, president of AGI Professional to devise a similar system. The end result is a new system based around Fulcrum Acoustics loudspeakers and Powersoft amplifiers.
The AGI team put together a new system consisting of two Fulcrum Acoustic CX1295 12" coaxial loudspeakers mounted on the upper stage front at one-third intervals. Low ended was provided by two Fulcrum Acoustic Sub215 dual 15" vented subwoofers placed at floor level at the front of the stage. The system is powered by one four-channel Powersoft M50Q DSP+ETH amplifier.
Anderson utilized channels one and two for the mid/highs and sub on the left and channels three and four for the mid/highs and sub on the right. Anderson noted, "Because the amps are rack-mounted and located rear stage right, the FOH engineer can easily monitor and control them from front-of-house."
"It took the church hearing another service in their sanctuary to realize how out-of-date their system was," concludes Anderson. "Because the Summit Ridge church system was designed for the South Hill sanctuary – which is their temporary home until the new building is completed – the church knew what they were getting even before it was installed. Everyone is thrilled with the end result."