St. Louis, MO (January 26, 2017)—Delmar Hall, a 750-capacity concert venue in St. Louis, opened last fall with a VUE Audiotechnik PA, Midas consoles and more. To keep it all tied together, FOH engineer Tiffany Hendren opted to have ProCo Sound cabling installed.
For the install, Hendren worked with an RHC rep to design a range of custom cabling solutions including a custom snake/split that was built to spec, XLR and speaker cables built with color-coded rings for easy identification and a range of Ethernet cables were installed between the stage and front of house. ProCo drop snake boxes were also utilized throughout to reduce the amount of cabling needed and to declutter the stage.
“I worked over at The Pageant prior to Delmar Hall and ProCo cables were always our go-to because of their durability and reliability; some of the cables at The Pageant are at least a decade old,” says Hendren. “For this install, it was a no-brainer that using ProCo cables would be in our best interest because if they have held up at to the wear and tear of The Pageant, they would certainly exceed expectations in a smaller space.”
Delmar Hall’s equipment set-up also includes a VUE Audiotechnik al Series Line Array PA system and a-Series monitors, Midas Pro2 and Pro2C consoles and monitors at FOH, the full line of Heil Sound microphones, a Martin lighting console and a range of Chauvet lighting fixtures above the stage.