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Worpswede Music Hall driven by Powersoft

David Davies 22 December 2011
Worpswede Music Hall driven by Powersoft

Situated in the north-east Bremen village of Worspwede, the 550-capacity ballroom of the Music Hall has hosted performances by John Mayall, Al di Meola and Robert Cray, among countless others.

The sound system of the Music Hall is managed by Joerg Mohr and Raymond Hassfeld, who recently undertook a revamp of the venue’s amplification spec.

“When we had to decide which amplifiers were best suited to replace our old gear, we started looking for great-sounding amps,” said Mohr, “but also for something that was going to be technically future-proof. For that reason we needed something with internal DSP functionality, as well as remote control and monitoring capabilities.

“Powersoft amps fitted the bill perfectly. We were simply amazed by the output these guys can fit into a 1 RU! And this is not only referring to the K3s that we use for the FOH PA, but also for the M50Qs that are driving the floor monitors. Eight monitor channels at a maximum power of 1.250 watts in 2 RU only. How cool is that!”

“The quality, functionality and green-conscious design of Powersoft products were only part of the story. The great support from the guys at Trius Vertrieb in Ibbenbueren really completed the positive experience.”

Image: Fritz Dressler

www.powersoft-audio.com

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