Over 50 Years of working with Churches
Providing a complete solution for professional audio, induction loops, visual equipment, cameras and lighting solutions.
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We take time in each and every Church to provide you the right equipment to meet your requirements. We distribute multiple brands with a vast array of product, therefore we are able to provide the right solution uniquely for your Church.
Every Church is unique and we spend time with you and discuss options for you, we then present these providing you with all the information to allow for an informed discision. This includes projector, control, displays and wiring.
A very hot topic in present days. We have a vast knowledge of streaming options, utilising reliable easy to use equipment. From simple fixed cameras to multiple 4k videocapture, processing and output we can provide a solution that is tailored for your Church.
We provide an interior LED architectural or Worship area lighting solution. Using a host of leading, trusted manufacturers we are able to provide simple static or colour changing for ceilings, windows and platforms with simple ush button recall or full lighting control.
Previous Completed Church Projects
A very small selection of contracts we have recently completed, ranging from simple straight forward sound systems to fully
digital sound reinforcement systems with visual projection and cameras.
We have built a dedicated team of consciences installation engineers to respect your Church, whilst providing a system capable of meeting your needs.
We work hard to minimise the visual impact of any installation, including the choice of product installed but also the cable infrastructure
which is required to make the systems work.
St Marks – Dundela, Belfast
Located on the Holywood Road in East Belfast this Church is situated on Bunker Hill, an elevated position means it is highly visible from miles around. It was designed in red sandstone by the eminent Victorian architect William Butterfield - also responsible for Keble College, Oxford - in magnificent Gothic revival style. The 150ft high bell tower creates the impression of a large church. It is an extravagant building, reflecting deep devotion to God.
Meeting with a number of suppliers, the committee decided to award this prestigious contract to Rea Sound. Taking time to understand the very sensitive nature of the building and providing a solution which works with the minimum of visual impact was very important. We opted for the very powerful and ultra compact Martin Audio O-Line array, with an Allen & Heath Qu 16 digital console.
The main body of the Church has a 10m wide.
Molesworth St Presbyterian Church
A complete interior fit out was undertaken by the Church, stripping back to the bare brick. The end result was stunning.
We were very pleased to work with the Church AV committee, a team which had thought through all aspects of their technical needs.
Rea Sound came in and discussed these needs with them, we visited another Church to help visualise and hear the proposed speaker system and provided a solution. The audio is based on the Martin Audio Omniline speaker array, providing clarity throughout the Church. The Church opted for the Allen & Heath QU Console, one of the easiest to use and set up digital console on the market. Two projectors and under balcony screens provide for Easyworship software and the three cameras as required on these displays.
Holy Trinity Church
Holy Trinity was being re-fitted, sand blasted, re-painted - a
whole make over. As part of this the design team and Church
requested a new sound system be installed in keeping with the
The sound system needed to be discrete, yet powerful enough to cover all
areas of the Church. With this in mind we provided a tender for the Martin
Audio Omniline range and were pleased, after demonstrations, to be
awarded the contract. The digital matrix housed within the Vestry allows
for easy and automatic control of levels and microphones. The visual system
consists of 10x 32” LCD screens located on the main pillars of the church, as
per the specification. These screens can show live images from any of the
cameras or material from a computer / laptop.
Rea Sound Publications & Guides
A selection of Rea Sound publications and guides to help provide
you with more information