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Adlib selects discreet Bose system for Liverpool venue

Duncan Proctor 12 April 2016
Adlib selects discreet Bose system for Liverpool venue

The Club House is a newly opened multipurpose restaurant in Chavasse Park, Liverpool with New England-style décor and a Bose sound system selected by Adlib.

The venue is owned and operated by New World Trading Company (NWTC) and comprises a 200 capacity split level restaurant as well as bar, private dining area, beer tasting room, and outdoor area with a bar and BBQ, catering for an additional 400 covers.

The audio system chosen had to deliver in terms of coverage and audio quality as well as aesthetically inside and out. The venue required speakers that were as unobtrusive as possible, whilst still delivering a great audio experience for both background and live music. The size and layout of the building requires seven audio zones, all of which required quality sound, which can be easily managed by the operational team.

Adlib selected Bose FreeSpace 3 satellite speakers with concealed bass for the main restaurant space, with Bose FreeSpace DS100F in the private dining, and FreeSpace DS100SE environmental speakers for the external areas. Live music is key to the success of the venue, and the system had to be capable of delivering quality sound seven days a week from 11am to 2am, from both recorded music for quieter times, and live music – piano, guitar and vocals – during peak periods.

Steven Walter, the audio consultant from Genre Music, commented: “The Bose speakers have given us fantastic audio coverage in the restaurant, private dining room and outdoor spaces. I’m pleased to report that the project designers, PDI Imagineering, have been very impressed with how Adlib Audio and I have incorporated the audio system into their beautiful designs. I have had numerous comments from managers and musicians about the excellent quality of the sound.”

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