An Adamson Point Series system has been installed in Werretalhalle, a performance and community centre in Loehne, Germany.
The hall, which seats 250 people and 450 standing without seating in place, hosts corporate events, trade shows, lectures, live sound performances, and canned dance parties.
The system design for the hall features two vertically-mounted Point 15s as the main left and right PA, a horizontally-placed Point 12 as a centre-fill speaker, as well as two Point 8s wall-mounted below the main speakers for near-fills. For low-end extension, two Point 215 (manifold double 15”) subs were installed underneath the raised stage.
Facility director Dirk Hinke explained the process of choosing a system: “We had been looking for an economic and visually discreet PA system to cover upwards of 100 annual events of various styles, and many of them of fairly high calibre," he said. "After a lengthy search and several system demos we found ourselves in front of the Adamson Point Series. The demo was still going on when the collective of our house and freelance technicians, including myself, decided that our ears and minds were set; the Point series was to be the system for Werretalhalle.”
The compact installation line of loudspeakers employ the same large diaphragm compression drivers found throughout Adamson's touring product range, which was crucial in helping the team make their decision.
All 12" and 15" models incorporate Adamson's Advanced Cone Architecture on their proprietary Neo-Kevlar LF transducers. The 8" LF transducer is also a proprietary Neo-Kevlar design for smooth integration. The Point 15 and Point 12 are available with 40?x20? and 60?x40?rotatable waveguides for maximum flexibility, and the smaller Point 8 loudspeaker is available with a 90?x60? rotatable waveguide with its height matching the width of other Point Series products, allowing for smooth integration into point-source.
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