HOUSES OF WORSHIP
Audio Solutions for Worship
Due to the nature of the design and build of Houses of Worship, they often include lots of hard surfaces producing an acoustically challenging environment. Their impressive architecture can also be subject to protection in the case of listed building status, therefore, minimal if any disruption to the aesthetics is required.
K-array loudspeakers make a perfect solution for creating minimal impact on the surrounding aesthetics; the option to colour customize with RAL allows these already discreet and compact speakers to blend seamlessly into their environment making them almost invisible.
But there’s no sacrifice on audio quality, the narrow vertical coverage of K-array’s slim column speakers minimizes the sound spill towards the ceiling and the floor, thus increasing the intelligibility in highly reverberant environments.
Or if you’re looking for something less permanent, portable solutions from both KGEAR and K-array offer ideal solutions for temporary installations. These high-performance audio systems are suitable for all sound reinforcement needs across small and large venues.
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