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Heh-heh, well I was brought up in the church … don’t recall anyone drinking wine before church. ‘Course then there’s sharing Communion, but a ml of grape juice never did much (physically) for me 😉
The sanctuary of this particular church was designed by an acoustic engineer. There is no balcony. It’s unequivocally the best sounding venue in the islands, the Community Theatre doesn’t even come close. Opera singers can run you out with volume with no sound reinforcement whatsoever, and things sound great wherever you sit.
But for us on Sundays, we do need some sound reinforcement. Further, I keep getting asked about recording the whole service, but mic placement is an issue at present. If we had 14 wireless mics available, like the system I mentioned could have, it could be accomplished without pulling wire to a few unnoticeable spots and still have plenty left for the leadership teams.
I have a Logitech webcam with wonderful stereo mics (and 1080p capture, 720p streaming video). It’s USB2. If I could even get just the sound into a tiny stereo wireless device, I’d be happy for the moment because I could easily clip them onto something out of sight. FM won’t do, there is no adequately quiet frequency in the FM BCB here.
Could I build one with high fidelity capability? Is there a circuit or a kit somewhere? What about a wireless USB device like wireless keyboards and mice, except for audio, and with greater range?