Dance studio sound systems require high-quality music reinforcement with good bass. The existing audio system in the Christiana Cultural Arts Center featured older, small loudspeakers, and a paging amplifier. Aside from the poor audio quality, the system was difficult to use. They needed better sound, easier control, and connections for a laptop or phone. They also needed headset wireless microphones for the instructors so they are not only heard in the studio but also on their virtual classes.
Our design team took measurements of the studio and noted the acoustics of the room. Working within the school’s budget, they came up with a solution around JBL’s control-series loudspeakers. We specified two loudspeakers per dance studio and included a mixer that would allow for independent or combined use of the audio system. We also specified wireless packs with multiple headsets so each instructor would have their own microphone, and only share the bodypack.
- JBL Control29 AV loudspeakers
- Crown XTi-series amplifier
- Alesis mixer
- Shure wireless microphone system
- Middle Atlantic rolling rack
The new dance studio sound system has been a huge improvement. The music is crisp with deep bass. The wireless microphone system connects to both the loudspeakers and laptops for virtual learning, and with the split design, each studio can operate independently, or combined.
In addition to this project, our team also installed a new audio/video system in the gallery and second-floor performance space. Check the project out here.
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