Broken Hill SDA church sound Options
I would like to provide a number of options. Click on an option for more
Whole hog: Splendid quality. In the $10,000+ price bracket
High quality: Professional, Higher quality. $2000+
Acceptable quality: An attempt to reach professional
quality using cheaper components and taking advantage of 'packaged' products
like powered mixers. A few options, $1000 - $2000
This would be the top-of the line system. It would probably help to have
an acoustic engineer assist with design, selection and installation. There
would be high quality Bose speakers. Prices would be above $10,000
This would be a fairly 'standard' professional installation. Prices would
be above $2,000
These acceptable quality options are an attempt to reach high quality using
cheaper components and taking advantage of 'packaged' products like powered
mixers. This means cheaper components with a minimal reduction in quality.
These options are not 'cheap' or low quality. I will not consider low quality
components, they would result in a system similar to the present one.
This option consists of minimal cost components with maximum suitability.
Combined packages, such as the Yamaha EMX 620 are included.
EMX 620, rrp $770
Prices would be around $1300 (current estimate only for complete
system, as at September 2000)
Prices would be in the range of $1000 to $2000
This would be a minimalistic upgrade. It requires more research to find
exactly which components are the weak spots. This conclusion may recomend
one of the above options. A minimalistic upgrade may call for hard-to-find
components. I think this option would be asking for trouble, however I
have seen some such systems work. Feasability study needed.
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