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Acoustic Solutions equips Derby Cathedral with KV2 systems

Founded in 1943, the Cathedral Church of All Saints – better known as Derby Cathedral – is one of Derby’s most beautiful and historic sites and holds many monuments of Derby’s and Derbyshire’s past.

An important spiritual and cultural hub for the city and surrounding areas, the Cathedral hosts no fewer than 18 services per week – that’s two or three services daily – plus special and seasonal services to celebrate important events in the religious calendar. The Cathedral recently turned to specialist consultant and integrator, Charles Brown of Acoustic Solutions to upgrade their audio solution to bring it into line with modern requirements.

Brown specified and delivered a comprehensive point source system from KV2 Audio. Brown is something of a reference when it comes to installing audio solutions in churches and cathedrals throughout the UK and is often the first port of call for houses of worship looking to upgrade or renew their systems.

Derby Cathedral was no exception. “The pandemic was a catalyst for change for many churches as they were forced into live streaming in order to continue to connect with their congregations,” explains Brown. “I’ve installed over 40 live streaming systems in churches across the UK as a result, and it was whilst advising Derby Cathedral on this topic that it became apparent that their current loudspeaker system was less than adequate for the job.”


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