by Jak Daragjati

As practicing Catholics, my family and I always make it a point to give the Lord 1 hour every Sabbath.

Well, almost always.

I am human.

Being a parent who loves to travel, not to mention journey to see my competitive children play their sport of choice, I visit many churches in many states while trying to “Keep Holy the Sabbath.”

Admittedly, it’s not always easy to be a nomad Catholic but, thanks to Google, I always find my way.

Sometimes it feels like a chore. But then I get to experience some of the most magnificent architecture of the country’s finest churches, old and new, and the hard work is worth it.

When you get to visit as many churches as I have – especially having the background I do in church sound – you start thinking: “It’s true that no two churches are created equal.”

This is especially true when it comes to technology needs, including the audio systems.

Over my 15+ years as an audiovisual integrator, I have noticed three

key differences that make every house of worship unique. Each of these factors affects the audio needs of the church.

(It also affects video and even more advanced technology, including WiFi, streaming, and AV control, but I will get to those in another article.)

I recently shared my thoughts on why no two churches are created equal – and why no two church sound systems should be designed the same, either.

Worship Leader published the piece on their website, where we believe it will help praise leaders, audio/video technicians, music directors, and technology directors determine their church’s specific technology needs and help them find a professional integration firm that can meet those needs.

If you’re shopping for a new church sound system, you should never settle for a cookie cutter design.

Read the Worship Leader article to find out why No Two Churches Are Created Equal.

Then contact JD Pro to find out more about how we can design and install the sound system your house of worship deserves.