New York, NY - Milan, TN-based Internally Sound has completed a number of house of worship installs using the JBL Professional VRX portable line array system.
Combining tradition with new technology, Internally Sound installed a high-quality audio/video system in the First Baptist Church in Jackson, TN. "This is a very traditional-looking church, with a traditional organ, while incorporating more modern guitar and drum sounds," said Phil Jenkins, co-founder of Internally Sound. "It was the perfect contrast of utilizing the latest in audio to maintain the time-honored qualities of the church."
Powered by Crown CTs Series amplifiers, the 800-seat First Baptist Church was outfitted with 11 JBL VRX932LA models. Hung from the ceiling, a cluster of four is directed toward the front of the church, with clusters of three on each side and one in the back. Additionally, JBL SRX712M portable PA speakers are used as stage monitors.
Another installation by Internally Sound, First Baptist Church of Milan, TN, features five VRX932LA speakers hung in a center cluster, with two more in the back of the main PA cluster facing the choir, along with one VRX918S subwoofer. The Crown CTs-powered system also includes SRX712M models for monitors and a dbx DriveRack 260 EQ and loudspeaker control system.
Lastly, Woodland Church in Jackson, TN is one of the latest houses of worship to feature a VRX sound system. A smaller church with a traditional shape, Internally Sound arranged a hanging cluster of four VRX932LA models from the ceiling. Additionally, two JBL Control 25 speakers flank the choir section, while another two were built into a piano and organ rail. The system is also powered by Crown CTs amplifiers, and features a dbx DriveRack 260 EQ and loudspeaker control system.
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