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Rocky Hill High School Upgrades Auditorium Sound


Rocky Hill High School is a four-year public high school in Rocky Hill, Connecticut, USA. Rocky Hill’s dedicated auditorium seats 500 and is used for yearly musicals, band and choir concerts, dance recitals, faculty meetings and outside events.

However, the auditorium’s dated sound system, suffered from poor sound quality and feedback issues. Last year, the school contacted John Pizzoferrato of CMI Sound Systems. John installed a pair of Community Entasys 220 loudspeakers, one on each side of the stage, and a pair of Community VLF-208LV subwoofers in recessed pockets under the stage. He added an Ashly DSP and a pair of Ashly amplifiers, while reusing the school’s existing mixer and microphones.

John said: “Now, they can walk across the stage with a lapel mic and not have feedback." The school was initially reluctant to cut holes in the stage for the subwoofers, but John said: “The subs really enhanced the fullness of the sound and the VLF-208LVs only needed small cut-outs so the school is happy with the appearance.”  

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