The new Student Union facility, named Trappan (The Stairway), was opened in a refurbished former 19th century spinning mill, and features a restaurant, caf_, pub, and a main hall with a stage for musical performances.
In order to ensure that Trappan’s audio specification matched its facilities, a Yamaha distributed audio system was installed by _ke “Myggan” Wennersten of PADAB Ljud & Ljus AB, Sweden. _ke is a senior and successful Yamaha contractor in Scandinavia, with a huge number of projects behind him.
A DME24N Digital Mixing Engine, with four PC9501N and one P7000S power amplifiers drives a range of the critically acclaimed Yamaha Installation series speakers including four IF2115W/64 mid/highs, two IF2115W/95 mid/highs and four IS1218 subs, the system is installed in Trappan’s main hall.
The system is designed to provide sound reinforcement for live music, conferences and DJs. As well as the main system, it also sends signal to loudspeakers in a small bar behind the main hall, plus a bigger pub on a lower floor. There are also audio inputs located in the big pub, which can be broadcast through all the system’s loudspeakers, as well as in the permanent DJ booth.
_ke Wennersten comments: “I have being working with Yamaha products for over 10 years and our relationship has always been excellent. I know I can trust the equipment completely.
“Yamaha has a wide range of products and all are of very high quality with regard to both sound quality and reliability,” he continues. “In addition their customer service is second-to-none, from pre-sales through to aftercare. These factors make Yamaha a very reliable and trustworthy partner to work with, which is of great value to both us and our customers.”