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Potters House church clinches KV2 Audio revamp

Jon Chapple 18 December 2014
Potters House church clinches KV2 Audio revamp

KV2 Audio equipment has been installed in the Potters House Christian Fellowship’s flagship UK church in Leyton, East London.

Housed in a former cinema and bingo hall, the previous system was struggling to accurately transfer the message from the worship leaders to the congregation.

A pair of ES 2.6 2×15” subwoofers, along with the dedicated EPAK 2500 amplification and control units, were housed inside two large decorative alcoves on either side of the stage.

Four of KV2 Audio’s compact passive ESD 6 2-way 6” speakers were installed under the balcony and specified in white to blend in with the ceiling, along with a pair of ESD 15s for the upstairs balcony seating area.

Jason Campbell, sound engineer for Potters House, said: “It was a pleasure for me to see the project come to fruition from start to finish and to give my church a sound system that matches the grandeur of the venue and offers so much warmth and clarity.”

(James Groves)

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