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St Stephen Walbrook is situated in the heart of London. Rebuilt by Christopher Wren around 1672, following its destruction in the Great Fire of London.
Buildings have stood on this site since Roman times. 'Walbrook' comes from the name of the stream that ran across London to the Thames. It was on the banks of the Walbrook that the Roman
buildings were first constructed.
Back to present times and Keystone Sound Systems were called in to install a Sound System for the Church. Again to be in keeping with the architecture of
the building. As all our systems are designed with this in mind this was nothing out of the ordinary. With being situated in the centre of London the Radio Microhone system
had to use Licensed frequencies to stop unwanted interference from adjacent systems.
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