Belleville, FL (December 31, 2014)—Souls Harbor First Pentecostal Church in Belleville, FL has been an integral part of its community for the last 70 years, serving nearby towns and offering multi-language masses to reach everyone who visits. Recently the church got an audio upgrade—a process that involved working with Sanctified Productions of Jennings, LA, to install ISP Technologies pro audio gear.
Souls Harbor needed new sound in its sanctuary and contacted Sanctified’s owner, John Hollier, to assess the situation. A key issue was that the church has low ceilings, which can preclude line arrays from being used.
Hollier choose the ISP Technologies LT2XF with the Beyma driver—a 3-way active speaker system with high output and low distortions. The LT2 speakers are designed to be flown and can be used standalone or with subwoofers; when used without subwoofers, a special woofer with larger excursion capabilities and lower resonance for higher output at low frequencies is used.
Designed for flying with small vertical dimension and slanted top to maximize sight lines, the LT2 has a dispersion of 90° horizontal by 70° vertical, so the three-way full range cabinets filled the space, and no digital processor was needed. At 1,000 watts each, the cabinets provided the intensity Souls Harbor First Pentecostal Church wanted.