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Microphone Care & Maintenance | Church Sound Clarified

Microphone Care & Maintenance | Church Sound Clarified

Welcome to part three of our three-part Church Sound Clarified series. No matter what kind of system you have in your place of worship, maintenance and care are core elements of making the most of your investment.. For more information on how we can help enhance presentations at your place of worship, visit our Worship…

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Mixing Consoles & Live Events | Church Sound Clarified

Mixing Consoles & Live Events | Church Sound Clarified

Welcome to part two of our three-part Church Sound Clarified series. A well-designed sound system can make the difference between a congregation that hears a message and a congregation that understands a message. We hope this series will help you learn steps that you can take right now to increase understanding. For more information on…

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Microphone Selection & Placement | Church Sound Clarified

Microphone Selection & Placement | Church Sound Clarified

Welcome to part one of our three-part Church Sound Clarified series. A well-designed sound system can make the difference between a congregation that hears a message and a congregation that understands a message. We hope this series will help you learn steps to increase understanding that you can take right now. For more information on…

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Wireless Microphones: A Primer from Shure

Wireless Microphones: A Primer from Shure

Selecting frequencies and choosing compatible microphones are key decisions for success with wireless technology. All the other components in the sound system must also be considered: things like mixer inputs or speaker types and positions. Singing, speaking, playing instruments: each of these has individual sound characteristics. Our experience from hundreds of systems will help you…

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Image Size vs. Audience Eyes – Is your flat panel display too small?

Image Size vs. Audience Eyes – Is your flat panel display too small?

Flat panels continue to grow and, in many cases, are becoming suitable alternatives to projection systems. Pick the wrong screen size, however, and your audience may be unable to make out the details. As of this writing, the largest flat panel displays are up to 170-inches with similarly large price tags in the 6-figures. Compare…

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