Salvation Army Preston wins battle with audio

The Quest HPI110 system has found its way into many a house of worship. The design mission for the HPI110 was high voice intelligibility in difficult acoustic environments. This system has made friends around the world for ease of installation and pragmatic design approach. The 110 may look completely different to a “normal” loudspeaker but it’s not cosmetic. Everything about this system reflects the “back to the drawing board” approach to problem solving.

This was not lost on Preston Citadel’s selection process and after looking at all the offerings, they selected a pair of HPI110 speakers in a center cluster installation. System foldback is two Quest QAS200i powered speakers.

From the first Sunday in the newly renovated Citadel, the Quest PA was a great and much appreciated improvement and greatly appreciated.

Another house of worship that has won the battle for intelligible audio.

Salvation Army Preston Citadel - A fortress of clear soundSalvation Army Preston Citadel - A fortress of clear sound

Natural sound for the band and no feedback on open microphonesNatural sound for the band and no feedback on open microphones

Preston Salvation Army church.Preston Salvation Army church.

HPI110 QR3 on bracketHPI110 QR3 on bracket

HPI110 a lightweight combination that is easy to installHPI110 a lightweight combination that is easy to install

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