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Meyer Chosen for Delaware Church Upgrade
For a house of worship known locally as "the most rockin' church in Delaware," choice of a sound system is key. This April, the Glasgow Reformed Presbyterian Church made their choice and installed an all-Meyer system based around Self-Powered UPA-1P loudspeakers. The system was designed and supplied by Acoustic Works of Arlington, Virginia.
When the church in Bear, Delaware decided to replace their old system, Minister of Music Chuck Betters knew he needed reliable equipment that could handle the dual demands of vocal intelligibility and musical reinforcement for Glasgow's congregation of 1500. The obvious answer? Meyer Sound's compact powerhouse, the UPA-1P.
"The UPAs cover everything," said Michael Johnson of Acoustic Works. "With a minimum of equipment, the system includes under balcony, center fills, and upper balcony." Acoustic Works' system comprised 4 - UPA-1P Self-Powered loudspeakers, 2 - 650-P Self-Powered subwoofers, 6 - UPM-1 loudspeakers, and one DS-2P.
"Meyer loudspeakers are easily the most natural and transparent cabinets I have ever heard. They easily provide the coverage we need while utilizing a full contemporary band. The 650 P's add powerful low end punch."