Allen & Heath brings Joy to Oshwal Religious Centre

QU-32 Digital mixer is welcomed into Nairobi community with open arms.

Posted 9th September 2016


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Oshwal Community Centre is situated in Nairobi, Kenya. Established in 1984 the centre is a haven for members who are there for religious activities. Accommodating approximately 4000 people, the Oshwal offers a host of other social activities which include seminars, plays, concerts and many other recreational activities.

The centre was in need of an upgrade to its audio equipment, wanting to move from an analogue mixer to a more advanced digital mixer with a full range of features. Through Sound Creations, the Paxt Ltd distributor for Allen & Heath in Kenya, they decided to proceed with an Allen & Heath QU-32 38 IN / 28 OUT digital mixer, this was purchased alongside an AR2412 audio rack, AR84 audio rack and AH7000 80m CAT5 cable. The Centre also invested in other equipment to enhance audio audibility, including Shure wireless mics and KRK monitors.

Oshwal Community Centre decision to acquire the Allen & Heath QU-32, was based on its ability to operate with either an analogue or digital stage box, the flexible control options and apps, and its ease of use.

Mr George, LeadSound Technician at Oshwal Community Centre said, "The sound quality is very good. There has been no issue since installation of the mixer. I now have more and better mixing options".

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