Setting up a sound system is a great challenge for anyone. Pastor Davis first approached me about setting up the sound system at the new church in Graham, before its scheduled  opening 1 Jan 1999. “I was astonied until the evening oblation” as Daniel the prophet said. Thankfully, a very patient sound engineer in Missouri (…more)

 

There’s a lot that can go wrong with a  PA System. Here’s a few tips for the ‘big stuff’. Those things that we’re afraid of, that make loud noises and scare us to death. Not all problems are that way, some are just little annoying things; annoying enough to disturb a church service. Here’s a (…more)

 
Input

Input devices put audio signals into your sound system. One common method of inputting audio signals into a system is using equipment such as microphones, instruments, and various types of audio equipment. Quality microphones are expensive but they give you the best vocal tone quality, and less feedback (squeal)  from the speakers.Get the best Mic you can (…more)

 

Input devices put audio signals into the system. Signals go into the mixer input jacks and are then distributed as needed. The mixer blends all the signals together to produce one stereo audio signal that can be routed along many different paths. You can put signals to the system by either microphones or cables. Microphones (…more)