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Mahajak relaxes with JBL at Let’s Chill Music and Restaurant

Mahajak relaxes with JBL at Let’s Chill Music and Restaurant

Mahajak relaxes with JBL at Let’s Chill Music and Restaurant


A new audio system has been designed by Mahajak for Let’s Chill Music and Restaurant located in Pak Kret in the Nonthaburi Province. The systems integrator was tasked with providing clear sound for both music and vocals and suitable for a variety of applications, selecting cabinets from JBL Professional.

The Let’s Chill Music and Restaurant is a stylish outlet designed to provide guests with a relaxing atmosphere and serves a variety of food and beverages. In addition to this there is also a private Karaoke zone that can be used for meetings and parties, with the largest room accommodating up to 20 people.

Additionally, the restaurant comprises a stage used for concerts and live performances, as well as a 300-seat open-air service area. The new audio system onstage can reportedly deliver sound to all areas of the restaurant via a main loudspeaker system comprising JBL Professional VTX A8 line array loudspeakers together with VTX B18 subwoofers. JBL CBT1000+1000E and CBT70J-1+70JE-1 delay loudspeakers were installed in the middle of the room in order to enhance the sound, while power for all the cabinets comes from Crown VRACK 4X3500HD and 12000HD amplifiers. A Soundcraft Si Performer 3 console was also installed for audio mixing, with external wireless control possible from an Apple iPad. The new audio system supports both live music and DJ booth performances, and Shure QLXD24/SM58 microphones support activities at both the stage and DJ booth.

“The customer is extremely satisfied with the sound system that we provided, especially the outdoor stage area,” commented a spokesperson from Mahajak. “We are proud to be involved in this project. This will be the most up-to-date sound system in this area.”

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