In June of 1981, the parishioners of Saint Brendon Church dedicated their brand new sanctuary in Youngstown, Ohio. The building’s beautiful, ornate architecture, meticulously planned color schemes and soaring ceilings have brought joy and pride to the congregation. While the room’s four second reverb time made for a majestic choir and organ sound, the drums and guitars of the church’s contemporary services were a challenge to tame. And for sermons and spoken word presentations, the intelligibility factor was more than a little problematic. The church needed a solution that would cut through the mud without impacting the room’s aesthetics.