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Bethany Bible Church recently upgraded the sound system in its main sanctuary. Scottsdale, AZ-based CT-Communications, a design/build firm specializing in the church market, performed the upgrade. CT president David Eriksson selected multiple self-powered loudspeaker systems from D.A.S. After making structural modifications to the sanctuary in order to support the weight of the system, the Arrow line arrays were installed – with two outer clusters and two central clusters positioned above the stage area.Each of the four clusters includes six Aero 38A modules – a self-powered, medium format line array that integrates a transducer complement consisting of dual 12-inch lows, dual 10-inch mids, and a single large format HF compression driver with a 1.5-inch exit. Each of the clusters is augmented by a single Aero 182A 2K arrayable subwoofer featuring dual 18-inch cone transducers with 4-inch voice coils in a ported enclosure.For greater LF extension, four D.A.S. Audio Aero 218A 2K subwoofers are positioned underneath the stage – two at each end. Another two 182A 2K subwoofers are located beneath the stage’s center – positioned between the two central line array clusters suspended overhead. The Aero 218S utilizes dual 18-inch cone transducers with 4-inch voice coils.At FOH, CT-Communications specified a 96-channel Digidesign Venue console in a 48-channel frame. Loudspeaker management and signal processing are handled by BSS Soundweb London BLU-80 and BLU-32 system processors.

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