Updating The System At A Tenterden Church

As Old Barn Audio have been in the industry of producing great sound for many years, we are beginning to get calls from customers who are now requiring updates and upgrades to their systems, that were originally put in over 15 years ago. So when we were contacted by St Johns Church in Tenterden in Kent, we were only too keen to help.

Updating The System At A Tenterden ChurchThey have requested we go in, to install some wifi mixers and a Crown XLS1002 amplifier, as well as to tidy up the wiring and the system in general. This is an upgrade from an analogue system to a wireless digital system.

Old Barn Audio always do their best to work with all customers, new and old, in a professional, courteous and efficient way.

If you are responsible for sound within a church environment then please get in touch with Old Barn Audio. Either by calling 01892 752246emailing us or please fill in the contact form and someone will be in touch.


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