WTD Guide To 2-Way Line Array Speakers
If your worship space might be in need of line array speakers, here is info on eight models that can help you toward making the right decision.
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It was more than three years ago that Worship Tech Decisions, now Worship Tech Director, had offered guidance on line array speakers. In this five-page PDF, WTD is offering data on eight different two-way units, with each including a minimum of one woofer and one tweeter. If you are interested in three-way units, there is a separate five-page PDF reviewing seven models in that download.
This five-page PDF offers a sampling of two-way line array speakers available on the market, including models from Adamson, Alcons Audio, dB Audiotechnik, Electro-Voice, EM Acoustics, Grund Audio, JBL and Renkus-Heinz.
As noted recently, when it comes time to decide on which model or models to consider, a good place to start would be to review the performance requirements in your church and discuss them with your AV consultant/integrator.
When considering what sort of speaker system you would want to install or upgrade to in your worship space, oftentimes the benefits of line arrays make it the best option available. Deciding on whether to go with line arrays versus point source speakers requires understanding the limitations and physics that apply to each type of speaker. The aspects one has to consider when deciding on a set of speakers begins with knowing which speakers meet your needs in providing adequate clarity, low distortion and having the ability to provide adequate and various sound levels.
I hope you enjoy this glance at eight high-quality two-way line array speakers.
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