Nigerian Church, Daystar Christian Centre upgrades to Allen & Heath iLive

Daystar Christian Centre in Ikosi, Lagos, has upgraded its audio system to an Allen & Heath iLive digital mixing system.

Posted 14th February 2011


Nigerian Church, Daystar Christian Centre upgrades to Allen & Heath iLive

Mr Funmimiyi Adedeji and Mr Donald Adedokun with iLive-T80

The installation was managed by Lagos-based rental and installation company, PF Syztems, who originally installed a 40-channel Allen & Heath ML3000 VCA console at FOH with a 40-channel GL4000 at monitor position when the church was first opened 3 years ago.

PF Syztems has an iLive system, comprising an iDR-48 MixRack and iLive-T112 Control Surface, in its rental stock and due to the excellent service provided by that system, they recommended that the church should upgrade to an all-digital A&H system, arguing that the church would get the best value for money compared to other digital desks. The latest installation at Daystar consists of an iLive-T80 surface, iLive-T112 at FOH, iDR-48 and iDR-32 mix racks.

PF Syztems’ engineer/consultant, Olushola Aremu, comments:

“I recommend iLive desks to every FOH and monitor engineer. The iDR-48/iLive-T112 system is a great digital system to work with; it’s user-friendly, portable and is a particularly good mixer for monitor mixing. The fact that you can control the entire mix from a Notebook via a wireless network makes it so flexible. Setting it up is very fast and easy as Allen & Heath has done a good job in removing the many complications involved in setting up digital desks. Also, using the iLive plug-in cards for audio networking such as MADI, EtherSound and ACE, offers a good alternative to the transformer splitter, when multiple mix racks are employed. “

Tim Pollard of Paxt who supplied PF Syztems said …”we have found then very reliable and offer a high quality and very affordable mixing surface for worship applications’, ‘the new digital ilive offers cutting edge technology in an affordable package’.

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