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  • 1 June, 2015

    Fallstudien

    Umgestaltung des Colosseums

    In diesem Artikel, der ursprünglich im Film Journal International veröffentlicht wurde, wird untersucht, was nötig ist, um einen Veranstaltungsort mit 4.000 Plätzen jedes Jahr auf der CinemaCon in das größte Kino der Welt zu verwandeln.

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  • 8 May, 2015

    Fallstudien

    QSC complete audio solution at Estonian Pavilion-EXPO Milano 2015

    Estonian company RGB Baltic installed a complete QSC audio system for the Estonian Pavillion at EXPO Milano 2015.  The Q-SYS controlled audio system includes a variety of Acoustic Design surface and flush mount installation loudspeakers: AD-S82-s and AD-S52-s for the ground floor, AD-C42T-s for the first floor and AD-S32T-s for the second floor, plus AD-Ci32-s for the restrooms. The loudspeakers are powered by CX an PL3 series amps over Dataport.  There is also a mobile PA system with TouchMix-16 mixers and K-Sub and K12 loudspeakers and monitors. The ground floor background music system is programmed to be used as a delay speaker system when there is a performance on the stage.  An iPad user interface provides all required control functions for the operator. Here is a gallery of the installation together with some shots of the user interface layouts.

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  • 29 April, 2015

    Fallstudien

    Dynamo Stadion in Georgien mit QSC

    Im Vorfeld des Spiels Deutschland gegen Georgien musste das Dynamo-Stadion in Tiflis, Georgien, eine komplette Überholung seines Soundsystems vornehmen. In Zusammenarbeit mit dem georgischen Partner Mifasi hat PAXT Ltd. ein umfassendes Q-SYS Netzwerk-Audiosystem für das Stadion entwickelt und in Betrieb genommen. Wie bei allen Q-SYS-Systemen ermöglichte dies eine große Anzahl von Kanälen und eine nahezu grenzenlose Audioverarbeitung und -routing. Der Produkt- und Technologiespezialist von PAXT Ltd, James Martin, reiste nach Tiflis, um bei der Programmierung des Q-SYS-Systems zu helfen, und Mifasi und die Mitarbeiter des Stadions vor Ort. Die Tontechniker verfügen nun über ein System, das speziell auf ihre Bedürfnisse zugeschnitten ist, und haben die Möglichkeit, das gesamte System von einem Computer oder einem iPad aus zu steuern, wobei für jeden eine eigene Benutzeroberfläche erstellt wurde. An den Core waren zwölf CXD4.5Q Endstufen für das Hauptstadion angeschlossen...

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  • 8 January, 2015

    Fallstudien

    South Point Hotel erweitert das Q-SYS Netzwerk im gesamten Resort

    Costa Mesa, CA (January 8, 2015) — South Point Hotel, Casino and Spa, located south of McCarran Airport on the Las Vegas Strip, recently completed their new bowling facility specifically designed for professional bowling tournaments and competitions. The new facility is part of a larger project that also includes two new equestrian arenas located below the bowling center that serve as overflow for their existing main Arena and Equestrian Center and direct access to 1,200 air-conditioned horse stalls. South Point chose Q-SYS™, QSC amplifiers and loudspeakers for their new addition based on their previous experience with QSC products and the ability to integrate all the audio systems across the entire property.  “This is a fairly large facility and we have a lot of different kinds of events that come through throughout the year,” Jason Lein, South Point’s production…

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  • 30 October, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Trinity Sound Company setzt auf Q-SYS

    Costa Mesa, CA (October 29, 2014) - Building for the future is a trademark of Southern California-based Trinity Sound Company and when it comes to larger scale audio installations, Trinity Sound Company’s go to network audio solution is the QSC Q-SYS™ network audio platform. Two recent Trinity Sound Company installations that utilize Q-SYS are found at Vineyard Church of Anaheim Hills and Yucaipa Christian Church which have both benefitted from using Q-SYS as their sound system’s foundation.  In both cases, system owners cited the Q-SYS’ ability to grow as the needs of the congregation grow and centralized control as key requirements.   “As a company, we have been incorporating Q-SYS into many of our designs because of the Q-sys’ powerful processing capabilities and flexible options,” says Devin Devore at Trinity Sound Company.   “With predictable and consistent…

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  • 9 October, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Q-SYS™ Netzwerk-Audioplattform spielt eine wichtige Rolle bei der jährlichen Knott's Scary Farm Veranstaltung von Knott's Berry Farm

    Buena Park, CA, (October 9, 2014) - For over 40 years, Knott’s Scary Farm has provided guests with the largest and most haunted theme park experience via their annual Scary Farm event.  For this year’s celebration, Knott’s is using dual redundant Q-SYS Core 500i processors to manage sound effect prompts and audio distribution needs in five of the park’s themed walk-through mazes.  The use of technology and audio has always played an important role in creating and enhancing any entertainment experience helping guest get closer to the action and Halloween Haunt is prime example. “One of our goals with our Knott’s Scary Farm haunted attractions is to transform our guests from simply being observers to becoming interactive participants in the experience,” says Lawrence McCoy, Audio Specialist, Entertainment Design, Knott’s Berry Farm.  “With Q-SYS we have the precision…

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  • 13 August, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Nevada Smith's Sports Bar erzeugt mit QSC einen realistischen Stadion-Sound

    New York, NY (Aug 12, 2014) – Nevada Smith’s, a Manhattan mecca for fans of European soccer, contracted design-install firm AV/NY to install a high-tech, audio-visual system for its relocation to 100 Third Avenue, just a block north of its former 20-year home. The new multi-million-dollar megapub features QSC K Series active loudspeakers and AcousticDesign in-ceiling loudspeakers driven by RMXa Series amplifiers throughout, delivering larger-than-life audio quality experience to match the two massive projection screens and numerous flat-screen HD displays installed throughout the venue. “It was important for us to design a system that made Nevada Smith’s fans feel like they were right in the football stadium,” says Daryl Kral, a former Broadway sound engineer and owner of AV/NY. “During our initial meetings it was evident that Nevada Smith’s wanted to go big,…

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  • 18 June, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Schloss aus dem 19. Jahrhundert in Connecticut wird mit neuem QSC Audiosystem modernisiert

    Branford, CT (June 17, 2014) — Bill Miller’s Castle, a sumptuous, 24-acre wedding, corporate meeting and special events facility located east of New Haven on Connecticut’s central shoreline, recently completed a major upgrade to its installed sound system. Design and integration of the venue’s new multipurpose sound system was provided by KJR Engineering of Middletown, Ct and features 38 AcousticDesign™ and AcousticPerformance™ loudspeakers installed in 23 zones powered by CXD and CX amplifiers, all controlled by a Q-SYS™ Core 250i network audio system. Built in 1880 and maintained by the Millers—a family of renowned gymnasts, acrobats and dancers—since the early 1960s, this picturesque building was initially converted into gymnastics and dance studio before becoming what was then the first discotheque in Connecticut, the “Sugar Shack.” The present-day Bill Miller’s…

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  • 12 June, 2014

    Fallstudien

    EightyTwo Lounge eröffnet mit QSC Soundsystem

    Los Angeles, CA, (June 11, 2014) — QSC K Series and AcousticDesign™ Series loudspeakers are delivering tunes to the gamers at EightyTwo, a new 4,000-square-foot classic video arcade and pinball bar that recently opened in L.A.’s Downtown Arts District. EightyTwo—a reference to 1982, the peak year of the golden age of arcade games—features a DJ, a dance floor and video games in one room with pinball machines in another room, with the  sound system controlled by a Q-SYS™ Core 250i integrated platform. EightyTwo features more than 40 period arcade games from the 1980’s, such as Donkey Kong, Ms. Pac-Man, and Space Invaders from the personal collection of Scott Davids, who co-owns the venue with Noah Sutcliffe. Across the 1,700-sq.-ft. outdoor patio is a roomful of vintage pinball machines supplied by “Pinball Molly” Atkinson, owner of the Pins and Needles arcade in Echo…

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  • 12 June, 2014

    Fallstudien

    QSC verhilft Casino-Sanierungsprojekt zu beträchtlichen Einsparungen

    Melbourne, Australia, June 2014 — When the Crown Spas complex in Melbourne, Australia decided to upgrade their audio systems, Digital Living, a Melbourne based AV integrator, was contracted to do the work.  In the process, Digital Living helped Crown Spas save an estimated 15 to 20 percent on the project by installing a QSC Q-SYSCore 500i processor at the heart of the system. In addition to the cost-effective and powerful integrated Core 500i processor, the Crown Spas complex audio upgrade also utilises 22 QSC TSC-3 touchscreens and 15 QSC CX254 four-channel amplifiers. The Crown complex, located on the south bank of the Yarra river, is renowned for incorporating one of the largest casinos in the world, as well as three hotels, luxury shopping facilities, several nightclubs, a cinema, various restaurants and two spas, including the five-star Crown Spas. The brief for…

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  • 7 May, 2014

    Fallstudien

    QSCbei Urban Turban in Auckland

    Auckland, New Zealand, May 2014 — AcousticDesign loudspeakers from QSC, driven by GX3 and RMX850 amplifiers, have been installed at a stylish new bar/restaurant in the Wynyard Quarter, a recently redeveloped harbourside area in New Zealand's second city, Auckland. The splendidly named Urban Turban wears its Mumbai influence on its sleeve, offering fine Indian cuisine and beers and a high-quality sound system in a top people-watching spot on the waterfront. Local AV contractor Halogen Audio was asked to install some loudspeakers for the restaurant's external pavement areas. As a long-standing user of QSC products, and mindful of the restaurant's north-facing waterfront location, Halogen's Rick Senekal chose models from the QSC AcousticDesign series for their durable construction and ability to endure constant exposure to the wind, sun, salt air and water. After a short…

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  • 7 May, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Oklahomas Pioneer Cellular Event Center mit QSC

    Weatherford, OK (May 1, 2014) — Southwestern Oklahoma State University (SWOSU) recently held a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the grand opening of its new Pioneer Cellular Event Center, a 93,000-square-foot multipurpose sports and event facility which was constructed at a cost of approximately $20 million. The new venue features a 4,000-seat arena equipped with a 360-degree QSC WideLine Series Line Array System driven by PowerLight 3 Series amplifiers, AcousticPerformance loudspeakers to provide monitoring in the control booth, and a Q-SYS™ Core 250i integrated system platform which handles signal processing and distribution. AVL Systems Design, LLC, a design-build firm located in Edmond, OK, supplied and installed the QSC Audio equipment as part of an integrated audio, video and control system at the venue. “We installed 48 of the WideLine WL2082-i arrays,” says Marc…

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  • 6 May, 2014

    Fallstudien

    Torontos neues Ripley's Aquarium setzt auf Q-SYS™ Core 500i

    Toronto, ON, Canada (April 27, 2014) — Located at the base of the iconic CN Tower in Toronto, the state-of-the-art Ripley’s Aquarium of Canada opened earlier this year. The new high-tech building, shaped like a multi-faceted shell, features an open window on the roof above the main entrance, which represents a window to the aquatic world. The facility’s new sound reinforcement and paging systems feature a full complement of QSC loudspeakers and amplifiers, managed by a Q-SYS™ Core 500i integrated system platform. The Q-SYS system centralizes the control of all background audio content throughout the new aquarium and represents the first large-scale installation of the processor to feature the optional MTP-128 playback engine, which expands the system’s capabilities from the standard 16 tracks to 128 tracks. At 135,000 square feet (12,542 square meters), Ripley’s…

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  • 31 October, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Q-SYS steuert Nervenkitzel im Dark Hour Haunted House in Plano

    Sinsheim (31. Oktober 2013) - Das neue Dark Hour Haunted House in Plano, Texas, ist das jüngste Mitglied der milliardenschweren Spukhausindustrie und verfügt über ein umfangreiches Mehrzonen-Soundsystem von QSC Audio, das von zwei redundanten Q-SYS Core 500i Prozessoren gesteuert wird. Der Hightech-Spuk umfasst drei erschreckende Bereiche - die Herrschaft der Toten, den Hexensabbat und die Voodoo-Rache - die alle mit einer Vielzahl von QSC Audio Aktivlautsprechern der K, KW und KLA Serie sowie AcousticPerformance und AcousticDesign Lautsprechern ausgestattet sind, die von Endstufen der CX und PowerLight 3 Serie angetrieben werden. Während der gesamten „Dark Hour“-Attraktion, die auf einem Friedhof beginnt, sich durch das Spukhaus fortsetzt und in einem Voodoo-Themenbereich endet, verstärkten Q-SYS und eine Reihe von QSC Lautsprechern den Grusel und Nervenkitzel mit Spezialeffekten und Raumklang. Das gesamte Audio...

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  • 22 October, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Roser Community Church installiert QSC Audio Q-SYS™ Core 500i und TSC Touchscreens

    Anna Maria, FL (October 22, 2013) — Located in Anna Maria, a retirement community of just over 1,800 situated on a barrier island at the mouth of Tampa Bay on Florida’s Gulf Coast, Roser Community Church recently upgraded its sound system that incorporates a Q-Sys™ Integrated System Platform featuring a Core 500i. The system, installed by Creative Sound Solutions, LLC of Cape Coral, FL, is optimizing the performance of a single powered loudspeaker and enabling easy operation of the entire audio system via a custom iPad user interface and the TSC-3 and TSC-8 Networked Touch Screen Controllers. “The church is in a retirement community, so the system is simple enough that anyone can use it,” comments Jacob Broadway, Sarasota Office Manager at Creative Sound Solutions, who added that the church’s new Q-Sys system is programmed for two modes of operation: auto-mix and…

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  • 14 October, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Lea County Event Center in New Mexico wird mit QSC WideLine System modernisiert

    Hobbs, NM (October 14 2013) — The Lea County Event Center, located in Hobbs, NM in the southeastern corner of the state, has upgraded its installed sound system to QSC WideLine-8 line arrays powered by  CX Series amplifiers. The multi-use venue, which can seat more than 10,000 people, hosts a diverse program of commercial, industrial, community, social, sports and entertainment events throughout the year. In order to accommodate such a wide variety of events and to meet the venue’s budget, Casey McGrew, Senior Consultant at Tarpley Media Systems in Lubbock, TX, specified three hangs each of 10 WL3082 arrays together with four WL212-sw subwoofers and twenty three matching CX Series amplifiers to power the system. “We covered almost 300 degrees with the three QSC arrays,” said McGrew, who specified a mono summed configuration, with the entire array covering a floor area…

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  • 19 September, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Historisches kanadisches Hockey-Heiligtum wird mit Q-SYS™ Netzwerkinfrastruktur wiedereröffnet

    Toronto, Ontario, Canada (September 19, 2013) —Toronto’s historic Maple Leaf Gardens was gutted in 2010 and the interior completely rebuilt over the last few years, reopening as the Mattamy Athletic Centre (MAC) at the Gardens and featuring a brand new audio network infrastructure driven by three QSC Q-Sys™ Core 1000 processors and more than 32 QSC amplifiers to power the loudspeakers. The multi-purpose, four-story building now houses a 70,000-sq.-ft. Loblaw’s food store at street level with Ryerson University’s new 222,970-sq.-ft. sports facilities, including an NHL-sized ice hockey rink, multi-purpose courts and other amenities, on its upper levels. Originally built in 1931 and known as Canada’s “Cathedral of Hockey,” the venue is revered as the historic home of the Toronto Maple Leafs team, and was added to the Canadian Register of Historic Places in 2009. The…

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  • 12 September, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Q-SYS auf der Dub Stage

    The Dub Stage, eine der Top-Audio-Postproduktionseinrichtungen in Hollywood, hat sich für den Support von Audiosignalverarbeitung und Routing für QSC Q-SYS entschieden.  Q-SYS ist eine vollständig digitale Audionetzwerk- und Signalverarbeitungsplattform, die vollständige Flexibilität und Kontrolle über komplexer Audiosysteme ermöglicht. Ursprünglich für anspruchsvolle kommerzielle Audio-Installationen entwickelt, kann Q-SYS nach oben oder unten skaliert werden, um kostengünstig Systeme fast jeder Größe, einschließlich 5.1, 7.1, 11.1, 13.1 und MDA (Multi-Dimensional Audio) Kino-Audio-Formate zu realisieren. Die neuen immersiven Kinosound-Formate haben zwar die Möglichkeiten von Sounddesignern und Mischern erweitert, aber sie haben auch die Komplexität der Postproduktionsumgebung erheblich gesteigert. .  Noch vor wenigen Jahren wurden Filme nur in den Formaten 5.1 oder 7.1 abgemischt.  Heute, da die Umstellung auf digitales Kino...

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  • 23 August, 2013

    Fallstudien

    "The Ted" Arena der Old Dominion University wird auf QSC umgerüstet

    Norfolk, VA (August  23, 2013) — The multi-purpose Ted Constant Convocation Center at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA, colloquially known as “The Ted,” has undergone  a comprehensive upgrade with an end-to-end installed sound system from QSC for its tenth anniversary. The audio system overhaul at the arena, which seats 8,639 for basketball games, comprised of two separate QSC WideLine-8 line array systems as well as AcousticDesign™ Surface Mount and Ceiling Mount loudspeakers powered by PowerLight™ 3 and CX Series amplifiers, with a Q-Sys™ Core 500i  handling all signal distribution and system processing. “We’ve been a longtime supporter of QSC and their product lines,” says Jeff Hathaway, Audio-Visual Systems Designer, who has worked for Onyx AudioVisual of Chesapeake, VA for 20 years. “QSC offered us an integral solution for everything from speakers to…

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  • 13 August, 2013

    Fallstudien

    Q-SYS Integrated Core erschließt neue Märkte in Schottland

    London, UK, (August 13, 2013) — Since the launch in early 2012 of the QSC Q-Sys™ Core 250i, Scottish audiovisual integrator Black Light has designed and installed several QSC audio routing and processing systems based around this latest addition to the Q-Sys product family. Recent Core 250i-based Q-Sys installations carried out by Edinburgh-based Black Light have ranged from simple systems in which the Q-Sys Core manages and routes audio to loudspeakers and amplifiers from third-party manufacturers, to projects comprised solely of QSC equipment. One such recently completed installation is the new PA system at the Dundee Ice Arena in Scotland, where the integrated Core 250i serves audio to two loudspeaker arrays, each comprising two KLA12 Active Line Array elements and one KLA181 subwoofer. The KLA arrays are positioned over the ice rink and are the main PA loudspeakers…

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