Northridge, CA (March 4, 2010)--Nigeria's Ultima Limited has been using Harman Professional products on regional editions of the TV series Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and Project Fame.
For five seasons of Millionaire and two seasons of Project Fame, where 15 hopeful musicians, singers and dancers battle it out on a weekly basis to win the grand prize, Ultima Limited has used JBL loudspeakers, AKG microphones, Crown amplifiers and dbx processors installed by ET Quake Multimedia. Also included in the audio system is an array of other Harman Professional products, including various AKG microphones like the D5 and the WMS40 Pro Flexx; 20 dbx 266 XLs set up in the production room; and Crown XTi1000 amplifiers.
"We chose the JBL VRX928LA/918SP line arrays because of its compact size and accurate coverage," said FOH engineer Vincent Chime. "Bearing in mind that the system is purely for TV, we wanted something that could deliver excellent coverage, high SPL and had little or no visibility--and that's exactly what we got."
In addition to the JBL VRX928LA, VRX918SP, and VRX-SMAF speakers, AKG microphones, Crown amplifiers, and dbx processors, ET Quake Multimedia also installed a Soundcraft MH2-44 console and a number of Lexicon processors. With all of the Harman Professional products in place, system engineers were able to utilize Harman's HiQnet System Architect to plug and play the sound.
PAXT Limited provided the technical engineering assistance, sales management and shipping to the project. PAXT Limited is a UK-based specialist sales and marketing office for the Harman group of companies.
Harman International Industries, Inc.