How One Church Does In-Ears On the Cheap

Trevor McMaken from Church of the Resurrection in Wheaton, IL shares his search for affordable in-ears:

Unfortunately, an Aviom system for IEMs can be really expensive—too expensive for many small and medium sized churches to afford. We just quoted one for our church at $ for 8 channels. To transition each of those channels to wireless is another $.

So we came up with a simple way to take a step toward IEMs without breaking the bank, while we save up for the full system. The mix is still created at the mixing console and share by a group of musicians—we used this just for our drummer, bass guitar, keyboards, and electric guitar—but it did cut down on our stage volume drastically. I thought I’d share it with you in case you find yourself in a similar situation. Here’s what we got:

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