The main room at Crash Mansion LA sports a sizable McCauley Sound PA.Los Angeles (March 10, 2008)--Yet another icon of New York City nightlife has headed west, but for once, it’s not some trampy tabloid celebrity. Instead, it’s the popular club Crash Mansion, which has taken over and transformed the site previously known as Myron’s Ballroom. Now the cleverly titled Crash Mansion LA is making a splash, hosing both live bands and DJs--and making sure all its patrons can hear both via a sizable McCauley Sound rig.
The 8000-plus square foot Crash Mansion has The Crash Lounge, The Foyer Gallery and the Main Room. With three separate rooms to accommodate events and parties of all kinds, Crash Mansion LA’s sound and light overhaul was reportedly designed for flexibility.
With a stage large enough to accommodate major acts, the club needed to add some serious sound reinforcement. McCauley SA422-2 full range loudspeaker systems were installed both as side fills for the stage and in a center cluster near FOH for both monitoring and as multipurpose coverage for DJ events. “They’re doing their job in a really big way.” said Ian Ingram of Whump Sound, the firm that installed the new system for the club.