Any tips for adding subs to the worship center? We currently have speakers hung from the ceiling above the podium and recently added a two speakers (one on either side of the stage) to fill the sides better. **soundroom is to the left of the left stain glass window unit. (Horrible placement. We can't hear well in there).
As with any audio upgrade, you want to do an analysis and use a model to determine the best coverage, etc. That said, I've seen and upgraded this kind of room on many occasions and enough to know that what I'm seeing speaker-wise isn't going to cut it---so why just put subwoofers up that might only make the coverage issue worse? Even more importantly, until you treat your walls acoustically you're going to have one heck of a frequency nightmare. Okay all of that said in this kind of space loa array
, you're heading down the right path if you look at a long-throw subw
oofer, something like a Danley TH118 as opposed to horn-loaded subwoofers---and mounted at the very center of the ceiling. This would use physics to fill the space above and around the congregation loa caf
. I typically fly my subwoofers and above the congregation, it gives a more even coverage and tuning throughout the room at 250Hz and below.