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HDDS In Seattle

When building the new Middle Eastern restaurant, Mamnoon, located across the street from Seattle’s Melrose Market, owners Racha and Wassef Haroun opted for a High Definition Distributed System (HDDS) from ISP Technologies to provide the venue with sound.
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Seattle, WA (December 18, 2012)—When building the new Middle Eastern restaurant, Mamnoon, located across the street from Seattle’s Melrose Market, owners Racha and Wassef Haroun opted for a High Definition Distributed System (HDDS) from ISP Technologies to provide the venue with sound.

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Mamnoon features a total of 18 HDDS SM650 biamped wall speakers, including two above the take-out window, 16 throughout the interior of the restaurant and two subwoofers, all controlled by three separate volume level zones that are each controlled by a Master Control Module. All the speakers are self-powered, receiving low-level input via a CAT 6 networkk cable from the Master Control Module.

The HDDS SM650 features a 6.5” woofer, a 5/8” tweeter and a 5/8” super tweeter powered by a 30 watt RMS amplifier. They have a 12” woofer, powered by a 220-watt RMS power amplifier.

ISP Technologies
www.ispproaudio.com