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Except for some piece-meal repairs over the years, since 1984 the
Memorial Auditorium (Pittsburg, Ks.) has had the same audio system. But
when patrons started complaining that the system was noisy and hard to
comprehend, the owners had to bring in rental systems for some visiting
However, due to city funding through a capital improvements plan,
technical director Jason Huffman and the rest of the theater management
were able to scratch the old system and bring the auditorium to the
current state of the art. MSM Systems (Lawrence, Ks.; www.msmsystemsinc.com) was brought in to design and
install the audio gear, which comprises a Yamaha M7CL-48 using CobraNet
digital transport (which reduces ground noise between the console and
amp room on the second floor, as well as lower costs of cable runs) to
feed QSC Basis signal processors and Nexo NX242, with 16 Nexo GEO S 8
line array speakers powered by three QSC PL380 amps (two for main L/R
and one for existing subs).
The main speaker system, arrayed in a stereo left/right pair,
comprises seven 5-degree vertical cabinets with a horizontal pattern of
either 80- or 120 degrees. One 30-degree horizontal with 120-degree
horizontal pattern cabinet provides downfill.
The theater only experienced two weeks of dark time for the
improvements, which included installing the sound system and moving the
front-of-house control booth to center of the floor.
"The system is very rider-friendly," Huffman says. "Our first concert
was Restless Heart; everyone from the band and their soundman to my
staff and the crowd were so impressed by the sound system and how it
MM4-XP Miniature Speaker
Only four inches square, the MM-4XP miniature loudspeaker from Meyer Sound is the
powered version of the company's MM-4. The MM-4XP has all amplification
and corrective processing onboard, and receives 48 VDC from an external
power supply on a 5-pin EN3 connector that also carries balanced audio.
The unit's high intelligibility and flat phase/frequency response is
well suited for limited space or where visibility is a factor (such as
fill and spot coverage), for installation in steps and other hidden
locations, and for stage-lip front-fill and as a small portable P.A. Its
4-inch driver is capable of 113dB max peak SPLs with a 120-18k Hz
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