QSC solution for famous Buddhist temple19 May 2008
Satisfying the need for discreet installation, Session Audio Research MD Eddy Huang and his team flew 12 WL2082-I enclosures and four WL-115sw subs in two hangs in the 500-capacity temple. 14 ISIS I-821H enclosures have been installed in the auditorium, with a further 14 I-282Hs situated in other rooms.
Amplification comes from QSC’s new PL3 series (powering the main system) and a combination of ISA and RMX series units (for the ISIS speakers). System processing is provided by QSC’s SC28 2-in/8-out digital system controller, supplied – like all of the QSC Audio components for this project – by the manufacturer’s exclusive Taiwanese distributor, ProSound Inc.
“The new system needed to demonstrate versatility as well as clarity, and it has effortlessly fulfilled the requirements,” said Alan Chang, QSC Audio’s Asia sales manager, pictured here to the right of Eddy Huang in the temple’s rack room.