Salesian College Grows Their Audio

Salesian College in Farnborough is a historical boys school, going back to the start of the 1900s. Originally opened by Salesians, this small school had the full backing of the ecclesiastical authorities of the Diocese of Portsmouth. Over the years the school has grown into a high quality Catholic grammar school for boys aged from 11 to 18 years with a Co-educational Sixth Form.

Old Barn Audio have worked with the Hampshire college before and were contacted to replace and upgrade the audio system within the school.

Salesian College Grows Their SoundIn total we installed:

This amplifier and control system upgrade with associated microphones has given the college an excellent quality upgraded audio system.

If you run a school or have been tasked with finding a sound & audio installation company who specialises in school sound installations, then please get in touch with Old Barn Audio. Either by calling 01892 752246, emailing us or please fill in the contact form and someone will be in touch.

 

 

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