Bowling For Audio Systems

El Segundo, CA (October 14, 2004)--Be Media of El Segundo, CA designed and implemented the audio, video, lighting, and control blueprints for Lucky Strike Lanes’ two So Cal locations, and is currently nearing completion on similar projects in Denver, Louisville, and just outside of Detroit. With a house DJ on staff, plus a number of large-scale, high-definition video sources, each of the sites relies upon audio systems served by a wide range of components from QSC.
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El Segundo, CA (October 14, 2004)--Be Media of El Segundo, CA designed and implemented the audio, video, lighting, and control blueprints for Lucky Strike Lanes’ two So Cal locations, and is currently nearing completion on similar projects in Denver, Louisville, and just outside of Detroit. With a house DJ on staff, plus a number of large-scale, high-definition video sources, each of the sites relies upon audio systems served by a wide range of components from QSC.

In the 1920s and 1930s, bowling alleys were the sophisticated social centers of their time," co-owner Steven Foster said. "In the last couple of generations, however, they became a blue collar, downscale phenomenon. But all good things are cyclical. What we're doing with bowling is making an age-old experience accessible within a new context."

Be Media chose six selections from QSC's CX Series (four CX254s, one CX404, and one CX204V), along with a pair of PLX Series offerings (one PLX2402 and a PLX1602) to meet each facility's power amplifier needs. Loudspeakers in each location are also from QSC, with 29 eight-inch AcousticDesign AD-S82 enclosures serving VIP sections, and a pair of five-inch AD-S52 cabinets used for reception areas. At the bar, a half-dozen AD-S82H enclosures provide accompanyment for the late-night cocktail crowd.

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