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format digital mixing console for front of house. The Vi6 features 96 channel inputs and 35 outputs, and using its well-known user inter- face - the Studer Vistonics II - it covers all aspects of the auditorium’s diverse audio requirements. Thanks to the intuitive nature of the console, the Vi6 is user friendly for both visiting sound engineers as well as the in-house audio team.


Rajan supplied AKG microphones and headphones for various ap- plications at Nautanki Mahal. Models include the K240 Studio Mk2 headphones, handheld transmitters such as D5 and C5 DHT 700, transmitters in the DSR 700 Series and GN50 and CK80 podium mi- crophones. Rajan said: “The advantage of the Harman products over the competition is we have all the microphones from AKG, all the processing with BSS and dbx, Crown amplifiers, JBL VerTec system and we are able to sync everything with the HiQnet software so one guy can check everything sitting at his desk.” Even the cabling was supplied by Hi-Tech, and it was all manu- factured by Klotz. The equipment included two 19-inch MultiLink systems, 400 metres of LSCF840P speaker cable, 235 metres of PS15P48 poly cable, 90 metres of V48SAV3E00 adapters and 10 metres of V48SAVIE00 analogue adapters. Rajan continued: “Cables make a lot of difference, we have snakes and surround cables here, everything is Klotz. Kamal Mahtani supported well.” The Culture Gully is home to 16 restaurants representing different


parts of India, each one provides a different cuisine and a differ- ent type of music. Each restaurant has its own music, as does the main boulevard, shops and entrance foyer of the Culture Gully. JBL Control 24CT ceiling speakers were installed in the restaurants and other public areas. They are designed for medium volume music with their 24W transformer and have a low distortion, smooth natural fre- quency response and excellent coverage at 150º. They are supplied with back-cans, grills, and brackets for easy installation, a very useful feature for the Hi-Tech team, as they installed almost 200 individual speakers throughout the Culture Gully and its restaurants. The speaker system comprises 28 zones, which are centrally man- aged and locally controlled by restaurant staff. Signal processing is taken care of by a BSS Soundweb London BLU-160 signal proces- sor with digital audio bus and a BSS Soundweb London BLU-120


“A key reason that Harman was chosen was due to the product quality. As a company with a rich experience in audio installations in India,


Hi- Tech is proud to have


been a part of this dream project.”


I/O expander with digital audio bus, which provide communication and integration between 28 inputs and 28 outputs. Crown’s CTS 8200 and CDI 4000 power amplifiers power the ceiling speakers. Harman continue to dominate the audio specification at the IIFA Buzz Bar, which is located within the Culture Gully. The venue is an Inter- national Indian Film Academy branded bar. A total of 28 JBL Control CRV loudspeakers with a unique contemporary curved design were installed at the bar. The Control CRVs offer a number mounting op- tions and a range of configurations, providing a variety of solutions in terms of coverage, appearance and mounting. This was a favourable advantage as it allowed Hi-Tech to distinguish between the different zones - a quiet area, and a louder party atmosphere area - when car- rying out the installation. Hi-Tech also supplied JBL EON 510 ultra compact 280W 10-inch portable speakers, JBL PRX 518S compact 18-inch portable subwoofers, a Crown XTi 4000 for amplification and a BSS audio mixer.


Ankush Agarwal, Marketing Manager, and Harman Professional India said: “The installation at Kingdom of Dreams is definitely a prestigious project for Harman India. We are witnessing tremendous opportunities in the Professional Audio market in India and given the increased traction in the infotainment market, we are confident that the Harman range of equipment and systems will be best suited for large scale installations and live sound projects of world class


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