The Oak Room Arts Centre, which has amazing acoustics anyway, has now got a PA system. Formerly a church, the main hall is designed to carry sound and the addition of a PA system gives more control over the sound and allows music and voice to fill the room.
The system is designed to take up to 32 instruments and microphones all controlled by a mixing deck and amp. The main speakers and bass bins are mounted on the balcony and the sound travels around the building to give a superb surround sound. In addition there will be no feedback problems when microphones are used. There is also a monitor speaker at the front of the stage.
This is a real step up for the Oak Room Arts Centre and it means that bands, discos and live music events can use the equipment which is all set up for the room. It is a quality system and available for use.
Sue Searle, the owner of the Oak Room says “I am delighted with the system and it will prove to be a real asset to the Oak Room Arts Centre. The sound is AMAZING!”
- Peavey 2600 Amp
- Behringer Mixing Deck – Eurotrack UB2442FX – Pro – 32 channel
- Sony CD player
- Sony mini-disc player/recorder
- Behringer Ultra Curve Pro
- Wharfdale Pro Powered Stage Monitor
- Peavey Front of House Speakers HyS 2 x2 – mounted on the balcony
- Black Widow 18″ Bass Bins x2 – mounted on the balcony
- Radio Microphone – Audio technica ATW-T52
- SM 58 Microphone Cabled Mic
- Behringer Ultravoice XM 8500 Cabled Mic
- 4 Mic Stands
- 1 Guitar Mic Stand