Capital, MHA Move To Martin MLA

Audio providers Capital Sound and MHA Audio both recently chose Martin Audio’s Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Array system for the companies’ various live events.
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Senior personnel from Martin Audio and Capital Sound, with part of the new MLA system. Left to right: Simon Bull (Martin Audio), Martin Connolly (Capital Sound), Anthony Taylor (Martin Audio), Keith Davis, Ian Colville and Paul Timmins (Capital Sound)
New York, NY (August 10, 2012)—Audio providers Capital Sound and MHA Audio both recently chose Martin Audio’s Multi-cellular Loudspeaker Array system for the companies’ various live events.

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Capital Sound is a British rental company that designs sound stages for bands including Take That, The Killers and Stereophonics. “Unlike line arrays, MLA calculates and controls each individual transducer throughout the array to create a uniform sound field across the length and breadth of the audience area,” said Capital Sound technical manager Ian Colville. “Parameters that have traditionally been difficult to predict and control—SPL variation, frequency response and coverage cut-off—can be accurately defined in the prediction software and re-calculated, if necessary, ‘on the fly.’”

MHA Team Photo Caption (left to right) Dave Collela, John Lee, Dave Rittenhouse, Bruce Nelms, Mike Scarfe (owner)
As part of the growth of MHA Audio, a professional sound system and production management provider, the company purchased the MLA System 36 (24 MLA enclosures and 12 MLX subwoofers) to fulfill the company’s busy schedule of live events. “MHA Audio is excited to offer the MLA System to our clients. The MLA’s ability to create a uniform response through the listening area, control coverage and its unparalleled sonic quality sets a new standard of excellence in professional audio far beyond anything that is currently available,” said MLA owner Mike Scarfe.

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