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What did we do?

Amplifier 1
Amplifier 1

Amplifiers were placed on any flat surface when we performed our walk-through

Amplifiers 2
Amplifiers 2

Amplifiers were placed on any flat surface when we performed our walk-through

Floor Pockets
Floor Pockets

The floor pockets were home-made and were also used for cable storage, leading to cable degradation

Floor Pockets
Floor Pockets

With the cables removed, the DIY nature of the pocket is revealed

Mt. Tabor Audio-Before
Mt. Tabor Audio-Before

A summary of what we walked into

Amplifier Consolidation
Amplifier Consolidation

The first thing we did was consolidate the amplifiers into a rack; this is a DIY "rack" the church wanted us to use

Wireless Frequency Coordination
Wireless Frequency Coordination

We also added 4 channels of wireless and re-coordinated the current and new wireless systems to work without interference

New Digital Audio Mixer
New Digital Audio Mixer

The volunteers were concerned about learning new equipment so we specified a digital audio mixer with familiar analog audio controls to ease their worries and learning curve

New Floor Pockets
New Floor Pockets

We installed professional floor pockets, increased their total channel count capability and left room for their system to grow

Mt. Tabor Audio-After
Mt. Tabor Audio-After

A summary of what we did for Mt. Tabor Adventist Church

While this might seem like a simple and small audio system upgrade, it was far from it.  This project involved organization and clean-up of existing wiring and equipment, while replacing the floor pockets with expanded input/output, a new digital audio mixer, additional wireless microphone units and a new hotspot monitor.