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A-Works installs Nexo GEO into Korean auditorium

A-Works installs Nexo GEO into Korean auditorium

A-Works installs Nexo GEO into Korean auditorium

Korea:

Nexo distributor A-Works prosound has installed a GEO M12 mid-size line array system into a new auditorium, owned by billion-dollar network marketing company Atomy.

Following a four-way shoot-out competition last summer, A-Works won the contract with its demonstration of Nexo GEO M12, paired with MSUB18 subs, and extended by a delay system of ID24 point source cabinets. Regular GEO M12 Production company and GEO M12 user Plan24 oversaw the shootout system, which was tuned by engineer So-Yong Lee from Prof Sound Korea.

The auditorium at Atomy’s HQ in Gongju is used for small concerts, education, internal events and the Atomy Corporation’s annual awards ceremony. L-R arrays of eight GEO M12 modules per side, with a three-module hang in the centre, cover the auditorium, with 12 18-inch MSUB bass units flown above the centre of the stage. Four ID24 compact cabinets beneath the stage provide near-fill. Around the auditorium, a total of 34 white ID24s comprise the delay system. For stage monitoring, A-works chose Nexo’s new P12 point source speakers, and the system is driven by NXAMP4x4Mk2 amplifiers.

Jinhee Kim from A-works prosound completed system design using Nexo’s NS-1 proprietary modelling and simulation software. Coordination of both the initial demo and subsequent installation were overseen by Sung-Ho Lee, general manager of A-works prosound.



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