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Let Your Ceremony Be Heard Part Two

Earlier I wrote about buying my own sound system so that I would no longer be dependent upon venues or DJ's to make certain that ceremonies would be heard by everyone. I have now used the system in multiple venues throughout the summer and fall, both inside and out and with wedding as large as 300 guests. I have been truly pleased with its performance.

I love the system for many reasons:
     It is completely portable and rechargeable – no need to worry about power supplies or long,       intrusive  extension cords.
     Set up is simple and takes me five minutes.
     The sound quality is excellent.
     The system is discreet and will not appear in your wedding pictures – only a lapel mike for me,     nearly invisible against a black robe or dark suit and a lapel mike on the end of my book.
     Readers use my book and the lapel mike on the end of my book picks them up.
     Everyone at your wedding will hear every part of your ceremony including your vows.

The best evaluations have come from guests at weddings who tell me that it was the first time that they have heard the bride and groom’s vows and how much that added to their enjoyment of the wedding. Also numerous venue coordinators have asked me for the specifics of the system and at least one is buying one to have for all their weddings.Even DJ's with thousands and thousands of dollars invested in their systems have been impressed

Having my own sound system has been an excellent investment for me and using it for your wedding ceremony costs you nothing. Let's give it a try.

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