Houses of worship can give system integrators some major acoustics headaches, with high ceilings and hard surfaces conspiring to erode intelligibility. Many worship services combine speech with live and recorded music and video presentations. Although some houses of worship are lucky enough to have highly skilled audio-visual engineers on the team, many rely on less experienced volunteers or self-operation by the person conducting the service.
Church sound systems


CloudPower installation amplifiers all feature comprehensive DSP, giving the integrator a full toolkit of system management resources to tame the acoustics and maximize intelligibility for every member of the congregation. CloudPower can be controlled and monitored remotely, allowing the integrator to keep an eye on their clients’ systems while cutting out unnecessary site visits. The integral OLED screen and rotary encoder also allow easy level and muting of outputs direct from the front panel. 


Case Studies

St Cuthbert's, North London

Noiseboys Technologies installed a pair of CloudPower CP704 amplifiers as part of a complete audio system overhaul at St Cuthbert’s church in Wood Green, North London. This busy church incorporates live music in its services and the space is used in different configurations to accommodate a variety of events and meetings. CloudPower’s integral DSP allowed the integrator to create a series of speaker setup presets that non-technical users can easily recall from the simple front panel interface.  

Laptop running CloudPower IntelliCloud WebUI

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  • 4 channel Class-D amplifiers
  • 350W – 3000W per channel
  • Fully integrated DSP
  • Secure remote control/monitoring in the cloud
CloudPower amplifiers installed in equipment rack at St Cuthberts Church