Budapest, Hungary (January 9, 2006)–A Butterfly line array was recently sold to Arton by Zaj Discotechnika, Outline’s exclusive Hungarian distributor for years. The system, which recently debuted in the stylish setting of the Budapest Opera House, comprises 16 Butterfly CDH 483 Hi-packs and eight Victor Live subwoofers, all powered and controlled by T Series digital amplifiers and Genius 24 processors.
Pictured with part of the Outline Butterfly CDH 483 line array system are (l-r): Gàbor Làzàr, Zaj sound technician; Guido Noselli, Outline president/CEO; and Tamàs Ditzmann, Arton owner.The owner of Arton, Tamàs Ditzmann, commented, “The first time we used the system–to learn how to install and use it–was a great experience. In just an hour, we achieved a sound that was more than reasonable, and that same day obtained very impressive results from the system. All the experienced sound engineers were satisfied with the new system. The Butterfly system’s real debut was on November 14 at a dance festival staged in the Hungarian State Opera House. The results were excellent, and the Opera House’s head sound engineer appreciated the Butterfly as an extraordinary, high-standard sound reinforcement system. Some of the dance productions had live musicians, and others used pre-recorded music, but the system worked excellently with both. We measured a difference of just 4 dB between the front row and the seats farthest from the stage, but the subjective difference was even less.”