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Church Sound Tour: Hope Community Church System Project
The theater-style sanctuary offers a concert-caliber sound system to support dynamic worship services as well as dramas and other productions
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A view of the worship sanctuary at Hope Community Church, served by a dynamic audio system. (Take our Photo Gallery tour of the facility and system.)

Church Sound Tour: Hope Community System Project (13 photos)
Inside the system developed to provide dynamic sound reinforcement at the 1,500-seat worship sanctuary at Hope Community Church in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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Hope Community Church began worship services in 1994 with about 30 people in attendance.

Less than 12 years later, the Raleigh, North Carolina interdenominational church celebrated the grand opening of a new worship campus that accommodates an average of more than 3,500 congregants every Sunday.

In addition to a 1,500-seat worship sanctuary, it offers a chapel, café, numerous classrooms, youth rooms and more, each with discrete audio systems (and, in many cases, video/lighting systems as well).

The theater-style worship sanctuary is the centerpiece of the campus, hosting dynamic services as well as dramas, concerts and other productions. It offers a concert-caliber sound system to match, developed under the guidance of Bob Blair, co-principal of ASP Integrated Systems, an AV contracting firm based in Raleigh.

Take a walk through Hope Community Church and its new sound reinforcement system with our Photo Gallery tour.

For More Information About The Equipment Utilized For This Project:
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Yamaha
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