Design, Installation and Project Management

Houses of Worship

The Sound Analysts team have 30 years experience in designing and installing sound systems in churches of all sizes and denominations. Our projects team have been behind some very high profile installations. In 2014 MD, Andy Callin collected an award on behalf of clients for the Best Installed Sound Project at the Pro Sound News Awards for the new auditorium sound system in the Royal Albert Hall. In 2018, the venue decided to create a new sound department and bring previously sub-contracted elements in-house. Andy was part of the decision making team selecting the manufacturer for this prestigious and high profile installation. It’s not size that matters though! It’s about getting the right solution for the job.

We provide professional advice on all aspects of installed PA and hearing assistive systems, ranging from simple speech reinforcement applications to fully processor controlled solutions in venues of all sizes. We’re able to guide clients through the myriad of choices, using our experience to provide the best value for the customer and the solution that delivers the best listening experience.

Case Studies

‘Everyone is delighted with all you have done to make our church more welcoming’

Gilly Powell, Church Warden
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A complete sound and visual system

The ’60’s’ style building presented some unique challenges, in particular the 180 degree layout of the main worship space with fixed tiered seating.

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Total audio coverage for speech and music

The original 80’s sound system designed primarily for speech comprised of an inflexible control system powering a couple of column speakers – a very typical scenario.

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A very contemporary approach to a traditional worship setting

A system delivering crystal clear speech and music playback with clarity and dynamics

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‘The system sounds fantastic and the quality has exceeded my expectations’

Kevin Agnew, Vicar
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