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Sound and AV system for medieval church

Latest technology enhances sound and audio visual offering

The Church of Saint Bartholomew, Kirby Muxloe, has a busy congregation with a wide variety of activities including social events, home groups and support for mission partners.

SES Technical are currently providing a considerable enhancement for this vibrant community with the ongoing installation of a cutting edge sound system, along with a brand new audio visual (AV) setup.

Complete system specification

A variety of high quality components have been installed by SES, including

ZED-14 desk by Allen & Heath

The ZED-14 for live sound and recording

The ZED-14 is ideal mixer for small bands, solo performers or AV applications. Its comprehensive feature set, compact size and fine lines combine to make it one of the best small mixers around. Provided with configurable USB audio in/out makes it easy to capture stereo recordings, 6 mic or line inputs, 4 stereo inputs with EQ, there are an incredible 157 controls on the front panel of the ZED-14.

Further information at the Allen & Heath website »

About the Church of Saint Bartholomew

The oldest parts of Kirby Church were built in around 1300, although there was a church on the same spot from 1168.

Saint Bartholomew’s in Kirby Muxloe near Leicester, is a small medieval church which was restored in Victorian times. It is around 70 foot long with a simple nave, chancel and sanctuary. Much of the building is of white sandstone and gravel with some granite and stone rubble, but the north wall of the nave was rebuilt in 1848-50 in blue Derbyshire stone. Most of the furnishings and internal decoration date from after the restoration of 1848-50.