Houses of worship present unique challenges for sound reproduction, including excessive reverberation, specific building requirements, and a variety of uses. When you choose Bose® sound for your house of worship, you get products and technologies that deliver the reliable performance you seek with the simplicity and versatility you need.
We provide products and engineering support to a network of select dealers, trained and authorized by Bose to guide your audio project from a well-planned start to a gratifying finish.
You'll find Bose sound systems in thousands of houses of worship around the world—from small temples to large cathedrals, from main worship rooms to schools and fellowship halls.
The advantages of a Bose sound system:
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This expansive worship center serves some 9,000 members and has a 1,000-seat main sanctuary with soaring ceilings.Read the full case story Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church - Video
The 1,300-seat multipurpose room in this New Jersey church required a flexible, high-quality sound system for spoken and musical presentations.Read the full case story Tabernacle Baptist Church - Video
This historic circular church features 18,000 stained-glass windows—a world record.Read the full case story
Restoration work on this cathedral added a highly reverberant wall coating. Resulting sound problems lasted more than seven years.Read the full case story