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TECHNICAL INFORMATION


NAUTANKI MAHAL SOUND: 22 x JBL VT4888 cabinet; 8 x JBL VT 4882 subwoofer; 32 x JBL AC18/26 compact 2-way loudspeaker; JBL VRX915M monitors; JBL VRX932 LA-1 2-way line arrays; JBL AC28/26 2-way loudspeakers; 18 x Crown I-Tech HD digital audio power amplifier; 8 x Crown XTi 2000 amplifier; Crown XTi 6000 amplifiers; 4 x Crown I-Tech 5000 HD amplifier; 1 x Soundcraft Vi6 large format digital mixing console; AKG K240 Studio Mk2 headphones; AKG D5, C5 and DHT 700 handheld microphones; AKG GN50 and CK80 podium microphones; 2 x Klotz 19-inch MultiLink system; 400 metres of Klotz LSCF840P speaker cable; 235 metres of Klotz PS15P48 poly cable; 90 metres of Klotz V48SAV3E00 adapter; 10 metres of Klotz V48SAVIE00 analogue adapter


LIGHTING: Martin Professional MAC 2000 Wash XBs; Martin Professional MAC 2000 Washes; Martin Professional MAC 2000 Profiles; Martin Professional MAC 2000s; Martin Professional Atomic 3000 strobe effects; Jem Glaciator X-Stream heavy fogger; Martin Professional Magnum 2000 smoke effects;


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SOUND: 200 x JBL Control 24CT ceiling speaker; 1 x BSS Soundweb London BLU-160 signal processor with digital audio bus; 1 x BSS Soundweb London BLU-120 I/O expander with digital audio bus; Crown CTS 8200 power amplifiers; Crown CDI 4000 power amplifier


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SOUND: 28 JBL Control CRV loudspeaker; JBL EON 510 portable speakers; JBL PRX 518S portable subwoofers; 1 x Crown XTi 4000 for amplifier; 1 x BSS audio mixer


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audio standards.” Rajan concluded: “You have to hear it and see it to the believe it. For our region this is one of the biggest projects. It is an honour for us to be involved.”


The lighting set-up at Kingdom of Dreams is equally impressive. One particular highlight is the Martin Professional package. Inside Nau- tanki Mahal the Martin fixtures make up a large portion of the lighting rig. Lighting design fell to respected German LD Jerry Appelt, who also designed the lighting for the theatre’s debut show, Zangoora - The Gypsy Prince, often described as one the biggest Bollywood musical shows ever.


Jerry worked with the Martin India Liaison Office based in Banga- lore. Abhishek Guha of the Martin India office explained how Martin first got involved. He said: “We got involved in the project in 2008. The owners kept the project under the wraps for a very long time, however, fortunately they had exposure to Martin and were keen to use Martin from the start.” When Gagan and Viraf were ready for the lighting designs to be drawn up they turned to Jerry. He said: “It’s really a very multi-pur- pose space and therefore needed a flexible house rig to cover the various events. It was very important to have a reliable system and I know the MAC Series well. They are reliable workhorses and very flexible.”


The main rig included fixtures from the MAC 2000 Series fixtures - Martin MAC 2000 Wash XB, MAC 2000 Wash, MAC 2000 Profile and MAC 2000 Performance luminaires. Since its release over 10 years ago, the MAC 2000 Series has built up a reputation for superb performance and technical excellence, and over the years new prod- ucts have been added to the series. The MAC 2000 Wash produces a clean, even, soft-edged beam, a motorised zoom and rich CMY colour mixing supplemented with two colour wheels. However, the XB offers 40% more brightness in comparison to the original MAC 2000 fixture. Using a combination


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