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iLive-T for Cambridge Community Church

Mercury AV has supplied an Allen & Heath digital mixing system to Cambridge Community Church, where it will be used to manage FOH and monitor sound. The installation entails multiple MixRacks being connected via MADI.

Mercury AV has supplied an Allen & Heath digital mixing system to Cambridge Community Church, where it will be used to manage FOH and monitor sound.

The church’s iLive system comprises an iDR-48 MixRack and iLive-T112 Control Surface for monitors, together with an iDR-16 MixRack and a second iLive-T112 Surface at FOH. The two MixRacks are connected via MADI, which provides a 64-channel bi-directional audio link between monitors and FOH. An iDR-32 MixRack has also been supplied for use with a laptop for smaller external events.

Rich Harris from Cambridge Community Church considered two other competitive products but opted for iLive after witnessing a demo at Mercury AV.

Ian McDonald, director of Mercury AV, commented: “iLive is an incredibly flexible system. Digital signal distribution is one of the key benefits of using digital mixers and with Allen & Heath’s iLive-T Series, this benefit is an integral part of the system.

“In a standard system, we could have simply put the MixRacks on the stage and used CAT5 cable to link to the control surface at FOH via ACE. However, the Church needed a more complex set-up, involving a digital mic split to enable the mics to be routed to both FOH and a separate monitor mixer. The network option card slots in the MixRacks enable this to be done easily and cheaply using two Allen & Heath MADI cards and some standard BNC cable.”

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