Church chooses Meyer Sound
KingsGate Community Church in Peterborough, UK installed a Meyer Sound loudspeaker system in its new 70,000 square foot building. The M2D line array is designed to serve the 1,200-seat auditorium regardless of the type of function, which can range from bands to educational seminars.
Designed with Meyer Sound's MAPP Online Pro acoustical prediction program, KingsGate's audio system features left and right arrays of four M2D line array loudspeakers, each topped with a single M2D-Sub subwoofer, and complemented with a centre-flown UPA-1P loudspeaker. Two UPJ-1P VariO loudspeakers and four UPM-1P loudspeakers are built into the front of the stage for coverage in the first rows, and 700-HP subwoofers mounted to the left and right of the stage provide low-frequency coverage.
Pete Charlton, media director of the church, said: "The system's versatility is quite important, as the auditorium also gets used by local schools and organisations for a wide range of events, from musicals and plays to seminars.”