Audiocenter system is installed at Thai- Singapore International School, Bangkok recently.
Right at the front, above the stage, was the main FOH speaker system. This is an Audiocenter horizontal line array system, consisting of 12 units of Audiocenter VHLA12-MKII line array modules, 4 per side, arrayed to cover the length of the hall consistently and 2 per side as delay hang. At 770W AES and max SPL of 133dB per unit, this system is way more than powerful enough for the hall, so the system has a lot of headroom. With a horizontal dispersion angle of 120 degree and vertical arraying, we made sure the sound is not only loud enough if needed but also covers the hall very well.
For the low frequencies, 6 units of Audiocenter K-LA218 subs was installed under the stage in the Line Configuration. Compartments were made under the stage just to house these six subs, so that these big cabinets were hidden. In each of these K-LA218 subs are a pair of 18” drivers with 4” voice coils, and with 1600W AES, churn out more than enough bass with lots of headroom. Together with the top line arrays, the system was able to produce high SPLs all the way to the back with much headroom left.
For the stage, 4 units of Active Audiocenter WM212-DSP dual 12” stage monitors were supplied with intended placement 4 in front.
This audio system of Audiocenter was the perfect system for Thai-Singapore International School, as it fits and surpasses all their technical specification and audio quality requirements well within their modest budget as a school and not some high-end venue.
Thank you Thai-Singapore International School for selecting Audiocenter as your audio system of choice.