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Farnborough Leisure Centre

We have now serviced the sound system in Studio 2 at Farnborough Leisure Centre and replaced the two blown speakers with IMG Stageline PAB-586 units to almost the existing speakers – IMG used to supply these in black or white but they are now only available in white

While on site we carried out a check of the Studio sound system, resetting and adjusting a few settings reading for classes later today

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Fareham Methodist Church

We have just fully updated the sound system at Fareham Methodist Church providing a wireless lectern and 3 other wireless microphones, a Class D digital two zone amplifier and a versatile 10 input mixer. Future expansion is catered for with two spare antenna outputs on the aerial distributor so that more wireless mics can be added when required

The existing Toa loudspeakers and  Current Thinking loop amplifier were all kept for re-use in the new system as they all high specification devices

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Calthorpe Park Sports Day, Fleet

This year we covered an even larger area with sound for the Calthorpe Park sports day – events started soon after 9am and finished around 3pm

Using yagi aerial we achieved a better radio link than before and provided a system with 12 Toa horns being driven by NJS amplification and Intimidation wireless equipment

A great day of friendly competitiveness

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Woking Crematorium annual Remembrance Service

The first Sunday every July we supply the sound system for this wonderful day at Woking Crematorium. This is the UK’s oldest crematorium and it is fitting that this memorial service is so well attended every year

As usual the weather was grand – a flight of white doves, members of the British Legion, Girl Guides, The Salvation Army, a choir and a string quartet made for a great atmosphere

We used around 15 microphones, 750 watts, 35 loudspeakers and much cable to provide sound around the gardens

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Lasham Gliding

The home of  gliding in the UK wanted sound systems for their flying displays and we are very excited to be involved with the club at Lasham Airfield

The first system was delivered yesterday ready for the events in August – the rest of the systems will be delivered in good time so that communication with the far side of the airfield is possible

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National Rifle Association, Bisley

When the National Rifle Association needed multiple wireless mics in a hurry we pulled out the stops and applied for their OFCOM license that day. The IMG Stageline fixed site TXS-686 range fitted the bill and we installed within a few days of getting the order

We had agreed to re-site a couple of the existing loudspeakers in the famous Bisley Pavilion but found they had been incorrectly installed and wrongly connected so we also corrected these issues before handing everything over to the NRA

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