by Heather J. Davis On 05/22/2015
FRANKLIN, WISCONSIN – MAY 2015:
Franklin High School in Franklin, Wisconsin recently seized the opportunity to build a proper fine arts auditorium, both for use by its rapidly-growing student body (currently 4,300 students) and for use by the larger Franklin community. The new 25,000 square-foot, 850-seat auditorium propels the school to the cutting-edge of live performance technology and infrastructure, not the least of which is an impressive Danley Sound Labs sound reinforcement system. An exploded left-sum-right configuration of Danley SH-60 full-range loudspeakers deliver point-source fidelity and imaging, while two beefy Danley TH-212 subwoofers ensure that all low-end content is appropriately moving, figuratively and literally. Four Danley SM-LPM molded loudspeakers serve as high-fidelity stage monitors.