Electro-Voice NEWSLETTER | North American Edition - May 2017

Welcome to the May 2017 edition of our Electro-Voice newsletter. Have fun and enjoy reading!

The Electro-Voice editorial team
EV and Bosch provide "heard, but not seen" sound solution for Houston gallery
Southwest Building Systems designed the system to meet gallery requirements for high fidelity and intelligibility with minimal visual impact. The EV equipment list includes EVID Compact Sound models hidden amidst ceiling elements to create a calm, welcoming ambience throughout the gallery. A Bosch PLENA matrix provides wireless control of all audio zones in the installation via an iOS app.
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Toronto's Revival Bar revitalizes its sound with X-Line Advance
An X1 line-array loudspeaker system upgrade has given this 400-capacity venue a competitive edge in the Toronto live entertainment scene. X12-128 subs and TG-7 amplifiers with RCM-28 modules complete the all-EV installation. The installation was performed by Mississauga-based integration firm PURE AV, with the system being designed by Clint Alves of SoundSoft Productions, Toronto.

"There's a lot of competition in live entertainment, and quality of the sound system is one thing that sets one venue apart from another," notes Revival Bar general manager Mathew Saturnino. "We wanted a system that would sound great, with really good, tight sound output within the room. We did a lot of research, and the X1 seemed like the perfect fit - newer technology that would give us a very good competitive edge."
Historic Orpheum Theatre in Minneapolis upgrades with EV
A new EV sound system at the Orpheum completes the long-term renovation of three downtown Minneapolis venues by the Historic Theatre Group. The equipment list includes EVH horn-loaded and XLD line-array loudspeakers and provides precision zoned coverage for the 2,600-seat proscenium theater. IRIS-Net software enables easy networking and control via TG-5 amplifiers with RCM-28 modules.

"I'm thrilled with this system," says Steve Olson, Operations Director for the Historic Theatre Group. "Everything has really exceeded what we thought we could achieve with he budget we had. The system's clarity and intelligibility are excellent. It's what we've come to expect from Electro-Voice."
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