Commercial Installed Sound
Flexible Space Utilization for a Variety of Events
“We have a number of rooms that are normally used separately, but for special events we want to be able to combine them by removing the partitions without having to change the sound system layout or equipment.”
This is a fairly common hotel banquet room or multi-purpose hall scenario that can be effectively served by the following system. Room A and Room B in the system example are normally used independently for meetings, parties, or other events, and are therefore equipped with audio systems that can be operated separately. The Yamaha MTX3 is a convenient matrix processor that can accept input from multiple audio sources and microphones and route that audio to specified speaker systems. The EXi8 is handy when you want to increase the number of available microphone inputs, for example. DCP4V4S control panels installed in each room can be set up to allow remote control of microphone level and on/off switching, that are flexibly set as required with the MTX-MRX Editor software. When the partition is removed and the rooms are combined to form one larger space, an appropriate setup that has been pre-programmed using the MTX-MRX Editor can be recalled via a single button, instantly setting up the system for central control.
MTX Series matrix processors are equipped with flexible processing functions that are essential to a wide variety of applications.
XMV Series multi-channel power amplifiers combine Class-D efficiency with features designed specifically to benefit commercial installation sound systems.
The VXS Series lineup features two full-range models and two subwoofers, allowing you to choose the optimal model for a particular application and, if necessary, combine it with a subwoofer for venues that require a stronger bottom end.
The VXC Series offers three different woofer sizes, allowing you to choose the speaker that is most suitable for your venue.
- Multisports Center in Ville de Vaudreuil-Dorion (Canada)