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Rosemeadow Catholic Church

Our Lady, Help of Christians - new construction Project Manager, David Logan explains: “The objective was to deploy the latest technology in a discreet manner, in-keeping with the architecture and feel of the Venue - and deliver it in a user-friendly format” he said. The P.A. People installed audio, av, cctv services for this new church facility

By |2020-11-14T10:15:16+00:00April 24th, 2019|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

Ryde Uniting Church AV upgrade

… increased coverage, superior sound The P.A. People was recently involved in the AV upgrade of Ryde Uniting Church. There was a need for a better system that was easier to use and provided increased coverage and superior sound quality. The solution included a system which featured different modes, such as ‘simple’ and ‘event’. The

By |2020-11-01T07:06:47+00:00July 3rd, 2017|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

Strathfield Uniting Church full AV upgrade

… Sydney church receives full AV upgrade Strathfield Uniting Church recently underwent a full AV upgrade; the new audio system includes a ‘simple mode’ and an ‘event mode’. The simple mode allows the minister or presenter to turn the system on - ready to use - at the push of a button, for a simple

By |2020-11-07T02:42:59+00:00June 6th, 2017|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

St John’s Anglican New AV system

St John’s has been in Darlinghurst since 1849, making it the first Christian presence in the area. The sandstone church has a unique design which The P.A. People Installed Systems team were careful to preserve with the recent installation of the new AV system. The previous system had seen a good few years of service

By |2020-11-14T23:02:34+00:00November 14th, 2016|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

St John’s College, The University of Sydney, NSW

The electro-acoustic challenges of traditional stone Christian churches are many. Originally designed to disperse the sound of choirs and organs while filling their vaulted spaces with light, they rarely interact well with modern microphones and loudspeakers. In addition, their age and heritage status often makes incorporating wiring and any visibly modern technology physically and aesthetically

By |2020-11-07T11:05:13+00:00November 14th, 2016|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

St Michael’s Baulkham Hills

The unique architecture of St Michael’s Church in Baulkham Hills resulted in a challenging project for the Installs team. The Church is constructed in an octagonal layout with a pitched roof that meets in the centre. The existing system didn’t work effectively due to poorly placed speakers causing unusual reflections and unclear audio. The solution

By |2020-11-07T23:56:07+00:00August 25th, 2016|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

St Mary & St Merkorious Coptic Orthodox Church

The audio system at St Mary & St Merkorious Coptic Orthodox Church was in poor condition due to environmental elements such as dust clogging up the components. The current system was also not secure with controls readily accessible within the church. In response, The P.A. People Installed systems team replaced the mixers with a Yamaha

By |2020-11-08T00:20:02+00:00August 24th, 2016|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

New AV systems – Presbyterian Theological College, Sydney

…The P.A. People updates Christ College Christ College is an affiliated College of the Australian College of Theology. With heritage aspects to the project, The P.A. People approached this task with the experience of 40 years working on traditional buildings that date back 150 years. With the re-build of College facilities, there is now a

By |2020-11-08T03:28:40+00:00March 17th, 2015|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

St Jude’s, Randwick, NSW

The electro-acoustic challenges of traditional stone Christian churches are many. Originally designed to disperse the sound of choirs and organs while filling their vaulted spaces with light, they rarely interact well with modern microphones and loudspeakers. In addition, their age and heritage status often makes incorporating wiring and any visibly modern technology physically and aesthetically

By |2020-11-08T05:02:38+00:00September 14th, 2014|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments

Intelligibility and Ethereality – Two Approaches to Sound in Heritage Churches

Projects: St Jude’s, Randwick and St John’s College; The University of Sydney The electro-acoustic challenges of traditional stone Christian churches are many. Originally designed to disperse the sound of choirs and organs while filling their vaulted spaces with light, they rarely interact well with modern microphones and loudspeakers. In addition, their age and heritage status

By |2020-11-15T01:28:58+00:00September 2nd, 2014|Churches & Houses of Worship|0 Comments
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