New York, NY (Aug 12, 2014)—Nevada Smith’s, a long-running megapub in Manhattan, recently moved a block north of its former 20-year home. Its new multi-million-dollar space sports, which occupies three floors and a mezzanine, includes two full-service bars, a separate wine bar, and a VIP room, also sports a massive QSC audio installation to provide sound through the venue.
QSC K Series active loudspeakers and AcousticDesign in-ceiling loudspeakers driven by RMXa Series amplifiers throughout, delivering larger-than-life audio quality experience to match the two massive projection screens and numerous flat-screen HD displays installed throughout the venue.
“It was important for us to design a system that made Nevada Smith’s fans feel like they were right in the football stadium,” says Daryl Kral, a former Broadway sound engineer and owner of AV/NY. “During our initial meetings, it was evident that Nevada Smith’s wanted to go big, offering their customers the best sound system and the biggest screens New York City has to offer.”
“In the large entranceway, we used QSC powered K8 eight-inch two-way speakers and the powered dual-12-inch KSubs built into the wall in order to deliver the initial ‘wow’ factor,” Kral reports.
In the main bar area, there are six powered K10, 10-inch two-way speakers yoke-mounted high along the walls and either side of the 25-ft. automated drop-down projection screen. A quartet of KSubs are hidden in the bar and tiled columns below the four 52-inch HDTVs. “The K Series loudspeakers deliver an aggressive full-range, high-fidelity sound that meet our demands perfectly,” says Kral, who used the same loudspeaker compliment in the venue’s other viewing rooms.
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