Bowling Green, KY (February 2, 2010)—A visit to church recently led to the installation of JBL loudspeakers at the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky.
Exceptional Sound LLC. recently designed and installed a new 5.1 surround sound system complete with nine JBL loudspeakers inside the Chevrolet Theater at the National Corvette Museum. JBL loudspeakers were requested by the museum’s facilities manager after he heard them at his community church
Exceptional Sound, LLC selected a series of two AM6200/64 and one AL6115 loudspeaker, with four AM6215s for front LR and rear LR and two ASB6128 subwoofers under the stage. The job took five-days.
“The JBL speakers proved to be the perfect solutions for this project,” said Laran Philpott, owner of Exceptional Sound, LLC. “Each speaker allowed us to place them either vertically or horizontally depending on the space requirement which made them really easy to fit; and the quality of sound that comes with each speaker just can’t be beat.”
The Museum called Exceptional Sound back for another system in its new conference center. Philpott and his team again turned to JBL for the installation, ultimately choosing two AM4215 main speakers, two MRX512M monitors, 10 Control 25 AV surface mount loudspeakers for delay and an ASB6118 subwoofer for full, even sound throughout the space.
“We have been using JBL for years and we absolutely love all of their products,” Philpott said. “We use JBL for every church and theater installation that needs high-quality sound at affordable prices.”
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