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Harman finds its muse

Harman finds its muse

Harman finds its muse


The Ara Muse Hall is a concert venue in the Jeju National University which hosts a diverse range of performances from concerts to dance shows. TechData and Daegwang Media have joined forces to upgrade the hall’s audio equipment with a JBL sound system from Harman Professional Solutions.

‘The Jeju National University required an audio solution that could provide breathtaking sound output and clarity for a variety of events,’ said Hyun Su Park, sales representative at TechData. ‘However, there were budget constraints involved in the project and the entire system could not be replaced. Therefore, the overall solution had to be designed and installed in consideration of existing products, which consisted of the front-fill, centre-fill and subwoofer, among other equipment. We decided that the JBL VTX system would be the best solution, as it would be compatible with the existing setup and would deliver extensive coverage to most of the seats.’

JBL VTX V20 line array loudspeakers were chosen for their output, balanced frequency response and coverage. A JBL S25 subwoofer was also installed which uses dual 15-inch drivers to extend its low frequency output to 26Hz. Crown I-Tech 12000HD amplifiers powered the system, while the Soundcraft Vi2000 digital mixing console controlled it.

‘The project at the Jeju National University called for audio systems that could deliver incredible performance and versatility,’ said Ramesh Jayaraman, VP and GM of Harman Professional Solutions at APAC. ‘It was a pleasure to collaborate with TechData and Daegwang Media on a project that required a prudent and practical solution, especially keeping in mind the technical factors at hand and we would like to thank the team for delivering a splendid solution.’

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