Remote Parishioner Are Using In-Ears to Better Hear Worship Bands & Services

As streaming services have become the "new normal," CTM sees a major uptick in sales of their CE320 universal earphones.

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June 11, 2020

It turns out that worship leaders and praise & worship bands aren't the only ones using in-ears nowadays. Remote parishioners are turning to the technology in order to better hear the streaming services.

It makes sense. In-Ears were developed to separate frequencies and to allow for critical monitoring. So for anyone listening from home on any connected device, they can hear the services uninterrupted regardless of any background noise. And they can hear it with pristine attention to detail.

According to Cesar Milano, founder of Clear Tunes Monitors, "now every time the worship band is streaming, everybody that is tuned in can appreciate each and every detail."

Read more on how CTM is supporting worship teams and communities around the world.

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