I have been asked to help a very small church ( 100 members) in establishing a sound system.
The budget they have is $1500 but they can go up to $2000 max. I have read from many websites that list church systems are very expensive (due to the mixers etc).
RequirementsThe room where the church meets seats 100 - 125 people. The room has high ceilings and generally has good acoustic qualities (they have not used any mics, the speaks just had to talk very loud)So they need: 1.) 2 or 3 mics (1 for the speaker), (another 1 for the keyboard), 1 additional incase they need it for something else upfront
2.) a speaker system with i would guess 4 speakers in the main room
3.) a speaker in a hallway outside the room
4.) a speaker in a room in the basement (where kids practice)
QuestionsWhat equipment should i get?
some people say i just need to buy a reciever
some say a mixer and amplifier.
Also, the room they use is rented so they are not really allowed to drill or make anykind of drastic changes to the room -- so i had suggested (stupidly maybe) that wireless speakers would be a good idea-- but do you think 6 wireless speakers will be possible. I mean i dont even know if i should buy a reciever or a mixer.
Isn´t this thread a bit old? I mean, the guy who made the original post has probably already installed the stuff - 5 years is a lot of time.
Good quesiton. It showed up as being recently changed, and I didn't look at the OP date.
I was surprised to see my post in this thread because I didn't immediately remember posting it.