The Doonsan First Methodist Church is situated in Deajeon, the fifth largest city in South Korea. The newly built church, which accommodates up to 2,500 people, is built like a modern theatre. It has been equipped with state-of-the-art technology including a large flat screen for relaying sermons, as well as a high quality Fohhn sound reinforcement system.
The main sound system comprises two line arrays, each consisting of twelve PT-9 loudspeakers, plus two bass arrays each containing eight PS-4 subwoofers, flown on the right and left side of the altar and stage area. AT-10 speakers have been installed as front fills, with eight XM-4 wedges used for on-stage monitoring. At the back of the second gallery are two rooms for mothers and children in which AT-05 speakers have been installed.
A highlight of this impressive installation has been the ability to apply Fohhn Beam Steering to the bass arrays, using Fohhn Audio Soft. This has enabled their beam characteristics to be perfectly adapted to suit the room acoustics.
Meanwhile on the seventh floor of the 10-storey tower block are six small worship rooms, each of which has been equipped with two AT-40 loudspeakers. Sets of four AT-10 have been installed in the childcare rooms on the third floor. The entire system is powered by Fohhn DSP amplifiers.
Congratulations to Stagenet, Korea on this successful installation!