When the proposal was approved, Prince completed the final design, with the assistance of CAD drawings by Pro Sound's Craig Compton. Meyer Sound's design services department also assisted in modeling the system using the MAPP Online acoustical prediction program. According to Prince, the clarity and accuracy of the MAPP Online plots also helped move the church leadership toward the Meyer Sound system. "Another vendor proposing an alternate system used modeling as well," he explains, "but the church leaders were far more impressed by the way MAPP Online presented itself. It was so much easier for them to understand exactly what was going on."
The system as installed by Pro Sound comprises left and right clusters of MSL-4s, covering the main balcony areas and main floor sides, with a center cluster of two DF-4 Dedicated Downfill loudspeakers for the middle of the main floor. A pair of UPA-1P Compact Wide Coverage loudspeakers covers the extreme sides of the horseshoe-shaped balcony, and two USW-1P Compact subwoofers handle the deep bass. Underbalcony coverage is provided by nine UPM-1Ps, with two additional UPM-1Ps providing front fill. The flown loudspeakers took advantage of Meyer Sound's custom color matching, and the MSL-4s and DF-4s were easily mounted using QuickFly rigging.