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Turbosound for Prestigious Indian School

Turbosound’s switchable active/passive two-way TCS-122/64 speakers and TXD-218 dual 18” subwoofers have been installed in one of India’s most prestigious private schools.

Three pairs of 60°h x 40°v dispersion TCS-122/64 are on FOH duties in St Helena’s Girls School in Pune, Maharashtra. Two pairs are affixed to each side of the stage in the school’s new auditorium, with a further pair centre stage to cater to the front rows.

In addition, two Turbosound TXD-218 dual 18-inch front-loaded subwoofers have been placed in each corner of the stage providing full bandwidth down to 30Hz with excellent front to back rejection.

Stage monitoring is handled by four Turbosound Milan M15 powered two-way loudspeakers, which deliver 450W of power from a lightweight injection-moulded package.

The Turbosound equipment was supplied by Mumbai-based Narain Pro Audio Lighting, and installed by Pune-based Yash Audio Visual.

“The school’s newly opened auditorium is dedicated to enhancing musical performances”, said Narain Pro Audio’s Director Manoj Motwani. “We needed a sound system that would enhance the natural acoustics afforded to this structure and sound fantastic for music and speech, and also as a 7.1 Dolby digital/DTH compatible cinema.

“With Turbosound’s TCS-122/64 on FOH we achieved an even coverage of the auditorium over the first 60ft with only 2dB variation, and long throw capabilities of up to 106dB SPL at 80ft. The result is stunning audio quality throughout the auditorium.”

“The core arrayable models in our TCS contracting series are offered with rotatable dispersion pattern options, including 90°x60°, 90°x40° and 60°x40°,” says Turbosound’s head of marketing Martin Reid, “and this gives the installer the widest possible choices to ensure that coverage of the room is optimal.”





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