Missions India put it’s faith in RCF and Acoustic Control!
Acoustic Control was commissioned by Missions India headquartered in Thiruvalla Kerala to equip their KV Cherian Memorial hall with a new PA system. The hall had been constructed circa 1960 and would benefit from a new PA system that could be used for the many meetings and training sessions that the hall hosts on an almost daily basis.
With the prime focus of Missions India’s funds being for the welfare of the underprivileged of India, it was clear from day one that we had to put together a no frills system that would get the job done and work as hard as their missionaries day and night for many years to come.
The Sound engineers and Consultants at Acoustic Control set about designing a system that was both simple to operate, rugged and specifically one that would suit the hall and provide clear Speech and music. RCF speakers with a DBX Driverack for speaker processing, a Soundcraft mixer with AKG microphones completed the system, not to mention the cabling and custom brackets fabricated by Acoustic Control’s in house engineering department to ensure that it all came together perfectly.
The KVCM Hall with its new sound system was immediately put to the test with the 50th annual conference held in October hosting more than 3500 participants!
Here is what Mr. George Cherian, General Secretary of Missions India had to say about the new system. ” We are extremely happy with the new system that has been deployed. During the 50th Annual conference we had about 3500 participants from almost every state in India and there was not a single complaint on the audibility, from any place in the auditorium. Earlier, it was either too loud in some areas or inaudible in others. The speech was crystal clear and the music during worship sessions was uplifting. The professionalism that the Acoustic Control team demonstrated during the installation stage is commendable and their systematic approach towards projects is something that we can learn from.”