St. Louis (March 8, 2004)–Ironman Sound Industries, a St. Louis-based production company owned by Bob Horner, recently provided audio for the opening of the Lewis and Clark exhibition at Missouri History Museum, using a Nexo PS8 system. The invited audience at the opening included the Mayor of St. Louis City, Francis Slay, members of the Osage Tribe, and other state and corporate ambassadors.
Horner used his Nexo PS8 system for the event, noting, “We’ve owned PS8s for over two and a half years now, using them for many events larger in scope than we could have ever imagined appropriate for such a small box. We used 10 boxes for the opening of the Lewis and Clark exhibit. When the governor, mayor and other high profile figures are involved, it has to be perfect. The PS8 with its asymmetrical horn makes it very easy to get the proper coverage while avoiding the problem spots in difficult rooms–like a marble museum wall. The boxes also sound great with little EQ. This PS8 does have its limits but we have found that we can have a much smaller truck for the majority of shows that go out in any given week.”
ISI’s clients include many museums, parks, colleges, schools, private institutions, political organizations and corporations,
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