The sanctuary at NC4 is 110 feet wide and 65 feet deep. This new equipment is an upgrade from the sound system they had been using for the past 18+ years. The stage faces the width of the room and the seats can be moved, enabling them to use the space in a variety of configurations.
The Horizon AVL team ultimately deployed 18 loudspeakers, with each hang comprised of three WorxAudio TrueLine V5 line array enclosures. These clusters were flown around the perimeter of the stage, with two clusters facing straight out toward the audience. There were also two additional clusters, each positioned over the front corners of the stage facing out toward the room’s rear corners, with the remaining two clusters positioned over the sides of the stage, with each hang facing the middle area of the opposing side walls. Horizon flew two WorxAudio TrueLine TL118S sub bass enclosures— with each enclosure flown over the right and left sides of the stage area behind the V5 line arrays.
Power for the WorxAudio TrueLine V5 line arrays is provided by the rack-mountable version of WorxAudio’s PDA-1000D power amp with Dante networking capability. The PDA-1000D is a 2-channel amplifier, rated at 500W per channel and 1,000W peak. The PDA-1000D also incorporates onboard DSP capability for loudspeaker management purposes.
Lighting was next on the list of items to upgrade. The space was originally outfitted with track lighting. With no way to dim the zones, Horizon AVL was contracted to upgrade their current house fixtures with dimming capability. The design turned into not only dimming the house lights but adding much-needed stage lighting for their services and special events. The stage now has a flown truss system with several LED fixtures and Chauvet Ovation 190 LED fixtures around the room for stage lighting.