An Aviom personal monitor mixing system (AN-16i input module, AN-16D Pro 1×8 A-Net Hub and the blue A-16II personal mixers) has been installed at Houston-based church Fellowship of the Woodlands. Harold Rubens, the church’s director of audio, says that the Aviom equipment has helped reinforce the church’s sound integrity and ability in delivering a true worship experience for its 14,000 parishioners.
“Converting 16 channels of audio and transmitting them through a Cat-5 cable directly to the band produces a much clearer and defined sound for the musicians, who can then adjust their mixes as they see fit,” Rubens explains. “This helps them keep on key and in sync.”
The church has installed a total of 17 Aviom personal mixers. Nine of the mixers are housed at its main auditorium, while the other eight are used for its “Venues” showcase of remote worship services with visiting praise teams that transport performances and messages over high-definition video.
For more information on the mixing system, visit www.aviom.com.