DasanSR, Powersoft’s distributors in South Korea, have reported a number of recent fixed installations in which the Italian company’s advanced, processor-controlled K series amplifiers have been specified to power and monitor EAW loudspeaker systems.
With 3,000 members, the Chungju Central Full Gospel Church decided to build a new chapel in June this year. Installation company Loggins turned to the K series to drive a powerful EAW KF740 comprising 16 line array elements in the main worship hall.
Five K10 DSP+AESOP were assigned to the low frequency, three further K10’s power the midrange and three K3 DSP+AESOP run the HF. Two further K10 DSP+AESOP devices are assigned to the separate SB1001 subwoofers. A number of Powersoft M28Q, M30D and M50Q HDSP+ETH, as well as two K2, two K3 and one K10 power amplifiers have been assigned to various EAW speakers throughout the house of worship.
Located beneath the chic Club Vanguard, at the Ramada Seoul Hotel, Club Muuto issituated in Korea’s leading multi-cultural district — with its technical infrastructure designed and installed by DasanSR.
The venue itself had requested K Series Powersoft. Stated Im Jinwoong, Director of Club Muuto, “I have used most leading brand amplifiers in the past but I chose Powersoft based on my experience in matching top loudspeaker brands with these amplifiers. I also prefer Powersoft because of the purity of the sound, while the K series is well known for its high output from chassis that are light, and compact, and require less power consumption.
Seogwipo Art Center, which opened in June 2014, contains a large, 802-seat auditorium and a smaller 190-seat venue, as well as a separate art gallery and an outdoor venue.
In the main venue a number of EAW loudspeakers have been specified, powered by a dozen of K2, K3 and K10 amplifiers.
In the smaller venue, four EAW JF26’s serve as the main L/R system, powered by four Powersoft K2, while a pair of JF10’s form the centre image, driven by a further pair of K2; a K3 powers the pair of EAW SB625zP subs and wedge monitors.