New FCC Frequency Changes May Make Your Church Microphones Illegal to Operate
In your house of worship, perhaps the last thing you worry about is wireless microphones. You have them as a tool for your church audio system, and your only concern is that they work correctly. But there's an FCC ruling from July 2020 that you may not know about, and it might affect your system.
How does this ruling affect church audio systems, and what do you need to do? Please keep reading below to learn more.
Create a More Engaging Environment for Your Congregation
A house of worship is more than just a place of religious practice and prayer. Whether in a large city like Philadelphia or a small town in Pennsylvania, churches, synagogues, mosques, and congregations of all faiths are part of the social fabric of their communities. Leaders of every congregation want to create an inviting, welcoming experience where people engage in their community.
What does that have to do with something as seemingly mundane as a church sound system? Plenty, as a bad audio experience might make people tune out of the service or avoid going entirely. Keep reading below for three ways a sound system upgrade can help.