Church of the Natvity

Catholic Church located in Brooklyn, New York

Installations include CAMM DT-800 speakers, DT-400 speakers, Audio-Technica Engineered Series microphone, a bluetooth receiver and a control panel. 

A CAMM DT-800 speaker in the front nave provides a wide range of sound reinforcement, while the DT-400 provides the necessary fill going down the nave.

CAMM DT-800 and DT-400 speakers provide audio coverage throughout the nave.

An Audio-Technica Engineered Series microphone is used on the pulpit.

CAMM DT-400 speakers provide audio coverage in the nave.

 A Bluetooth receiver allows to external audio to be played through the sound system. A control panel allows for volume control and preset capabilities.

 
 

Immaculate Conception Church

Catholic Church located in Jamaica, New York

Installations include CAMM DT-800 speakers, CAMM DT-400 speakers, CAMM DT-1 monitor speakers, Audix MicroBoom and Audio-Technica Engineered Series microphones.

CAMM DT-800 speakers in the front nave provide coverage in the first pews and low frequency reinforcement. CAMM DT-400 speakers provide coverage down the nave.

CAMM DT-800 speakers provide low frequency reinforcement and speech intelligibility to the front pews.

CAMM DT-1 monitor speakers have been color-matched and utilized to provide sound coverage in the sanctuary.

CAMM DT-800 speakers are mounted in the front nave. Audio-Technica Engineered series microphones are used in the sanctuary.

The choir utilizes a combination of Audix MicroBoom and Audio-Technica Engineered Series microphones.

 

 

 

St. Finbar

Catholic Church located in Brooklyn, NY

Installations include CAMM line array speakers, CAMM DT-200 speakers, DT-1 monitor speaker and Audio-Technica Engineered Series Microphones

CAMM line array speakers provide audio coverage in the front pews.

CAMM DT-200 speakers provide audio coverage throughout the nave.

A line array speaker and DT-1 monitor speaker provide audio coverage in the front of the church.

The newly renovated worship space of St. Finbar.

An Audio-Technica Engineered Series microphone is mounted on the pulpit.

 

 

St. John the Apostle

Catholic Church located in Leesburg, Virginia

Installations include CAMM line array DT-800 speakers, DT-200 speakers, of Audix MicroBoom and Audio-Technica Engineered series microphones

A mixture of CAMM line array, DT-800 & DT-200 speakers provide audio coverage throughout the church.

CAMM DT-800 speakers are used to provide audio coverage in the transepts.

An Audio-Technica Engineered series microphone is mounted on the pulpit. A line array provides audio to the front pews and sanctuary areas.

A low-mounted line array provides audio coverage in the sanctuary and front pews.

A combination of Audix MicroBoom and Audio-Technica Engineered series microphones are used in the choir loft. A CAMM line array provides audio to individuals in the loft.

CAMM DT-200 speakers are used to provide audio in the nave.

: A view from the choir loft shows the DT-200 and line array speakers.

St. John the Apostle Church uses a mixture of CAMM speakers, Audio-Technica wired and wireless microphones, and Audix choir microphones for accurate and intelligible sound reproduction.

 

 

 

Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul

Catholic Church located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Installations include CAMM DT-800; line array; and DT-400 speakers, Audio-Technica Engineered Series wired and wireless mictophones, and Audix MicroBoom choir microphones.

A mix of DT-800, DT-400 and line array speakers are used in the cathedral.

A line array provides coverage in the front pews. The cantor uses an Audio-Technica Engineered series microphone at the podium. An Engineered series microphone is also used on the pulpit.

The Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Philadelphia.

DT-800 speakers are used in the side aisles and line array speakers are used to provide coverage in the front pews.

Audix MicroBoom and Audio-Technica Engineered series microphones are used in the choir loft.

The chapel uses CAMM DT-400 speakers to provide audio coverage.

Pope Francis, lead by the Cathedral Rector Fr. Dennis Gill, enters the Cathedral to say mass.