TechDataPS Co Ltd has collaborated with ALL THAT SOUND to equip the YeonCheon Sureul Art Hall with a state-of-the-art HARMAN Professional audio solution, to “heighten the sound quality of live performances and elevate the audience experience”.
Located in Yeoncheon-gun, Gyeonggi-do, South Korea, the Yeoncheon Sureul Art Hall is a cultural facility that offers a variety of performances, including small plays, musicals and solo concerts. The venue houses both a 580-seat grand concert hall and a smaller 166-capacity concert hall. Organisers wanted an audio system that evenly transmitted sound, achieved a sound pressure deviation of +/- 3 dB for over 90% of the audience and provided impactful performances for shows of all genres. To achieve this, the venue was equipped with JBL Professional, Crown and Soundcraft audio solutions.
The installation team installed a range of JBL solutions – including VTX V20 and VTX S25 line array speakers, VTX M20 stage monitors, AC18 two-way speakers, 308P MkII studio monitors, Control 28-1 indoor/outdoor speakers and Control 24CT ceiling speakers – to supplement the venue’s existing JBL VT4887A line array loudspeakers. This solution provides total coverage with clear, smooth sound throughout the facility and a sound pressure deviation of just +/- 2.5 dB across all seats.
For amplification, the team chose Crown I-Tech 4X3500HD, Crown DCi 2|300N and Crown DCi 4|300N power amplifiers, whilst a Soundcraft Vi series digital live sound console was selected to ensure “comprehensive, crystal-clear coverage”.
Organisers at the YeonCheon Sureul Art Hall reported that TechDataPS both faithfully repaired the venue’s existing system and accommodated the unique infrastructure.
“A venue like YeonCheon Sureul Art Hall requires cleverly designed audio solutions to make an impact on the audience,” said Amar Subash, VP & GM, HARMAN Professional Solutions, APAC. “We would like to thank our long-time partner TechDataPS for taking innovative approaches to integrate the entire audio solution and successfully completing the project.”