Kwang Mying Church adds Adamson
KOREA: Eidim Audio Visual has completed a major installation at the newly built Kwang Mying Church in Seoul. Eidim was contracted by Kwang Mying to design and source all audio, lighting and large format display needs.
The Kwang Mying Church’s new complex features five floors with the main sanctuary seating 5,500 worshippers in the basement level. The main sanctuary is used for traditional worship service with sermon, praise with full band and a choir, and various styles of high SPL live concerts; it also doubles up as a multi-purpose non-worship performance center.
Added to this, the church has three worship halls, lobby and a dining room on the main three floors, and a small chapel on the fourth.
Eidim was familiar with Adamson systems after a demo held in California a few years ago in which Adamson supported a show, held in one of Eidim’s then up-coming projects. The system was later installed into the sanctuary in question.
Based on the initial experience Eidim selected Adamson speakers for Kwang Mying, and they were installed in the main sanctuary along with a DiGiCo D5 desk, and new Shure UHf-R and Sennheiser UHF5000 series microphones. Power and processing needs were covered by Lab.Gruppen and Dolby Lake respectively.
The church was looking for a 100dB consistent SPL throughout the sanctuary for everyday use, and ended up with a reprted distribution of 110db+ for events wanting more volume. The main system features an all Adamson lineup with six Y10 enclosures, four SpekTrix 5-degree enclosures as under hang, and with two flown T21 Subs per side. Four SpekTrix enclosures are used as a centre fill due to the room’s extensive width and 10 CB1 cabinets as under balcony fills and delays. On the stage are 10 10MX monitors.
The system was sold through Adamson’s exclusive Korean distributor Sound Solution.