After 12 years of planning, Mary Queen Catholic Church was ready to finish off their new, 1600 seat capacity building with an upgraded audio system. The marble and granite altar and center aisle combined with the cathedral ceiling posed a significant acoustical challenge.
A ribbon driven line array audio system overcomes the hard surfaces and perfectly covers the nave.
The audio system is controlled by a brand new digital console and has Biamp digital equalization.
The nave received a brand new professional microphone system.
Low profile professional speakers extend audio into the chapel and narthex.
Some parishioners were able to understand the homily for the first time in the new building after the upgraded system was installed.