-- One of the oldest churches in Germany was recently equipped with a new sound reinforcement system
-- Built around equipment from DYNACORD and Electro-Voice, the installation is flexible and designed to accommodate a wide variety of events
-- The acoustic design and its implementation were the work of Barowski AG
The evangelical-Lutheran Church of Saint Jacob in Nuremberg is one of Germany's oldest places of worship.
Sovereign Grace Church in Marlton, NJ is the latest in a growing list of houses of worship to be equipped with loudspeakers from the new installation-dedicated Electro-Voice EV-Innovation family – EVA (Expandable Vertical Array), EVF (front-loaded), and EVH (horn-loaded).
"30 years ago most churches had an organ, a piano, a microphone on the pulpit, and a pair of column loudspeakers," says Chuck Walthall, whose Pensacola, Florida design and consulting practice covers both acoustics and technical systems.
Since launching in 2009, EV-Innovation loudspeakers from Electro-Voice have become among the company’s most in-demand products for permanent installation, thanks to their unique combination of audio quality, versatility, and value.