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speakers. A mid-sized member of the MILO family of speakers, the curvilinear arrays are typically flown in a configuration of 10 left and right, with eight in the centre. Though this is flexible up to a maximum hang of 22 speakers, if desired. Each speaker is driven by an onboard 4-channel amplifier, which produces 3,020W of total output power. The field-replaceable amplification and processing electronics module includes TruPower limiting to extend the life of the drivers and hold long-term power compression to less than 1dB. It also incorporates Meyer Sound’s Intelligent AC power supply, which automatically adjusts for any line voltage worldwide and provides both soft turn-on and transient protection. Meyer Sound’s 600-HP offers extremely high output from a compact subwoofer that is compatible with MICA. The 600-HP’s QuickFly rigging provides straightforward integration with MICA cabinets. In this case, five are rigged directly to the left and right MICA hangs. The left and right speaker hangs address the audience, whereas the centre cluster covers the entire hall - including the stage. As well as the eight MICA units, this centrally positioned cluster consists of seven CQ-2 speakers for side and down fill, a UPA-1P for down fill and two CQ-1 speakers for coverage of the chorus balconies behind the stage. Auxiliary fills include seven UPJuniors recessed into the stage lip and four more for balcony fills, as well as two more CQ-2 speakers for stacked left / right front fill.


The Galileo loudspeaker management system - optimised by profes- sional audio expert, Bob McCarthy - is made up of three 616 (six inputs and 16 outputs) and one 408 (four inputs and eight outputs). Designed as the perfect complement to Meyer Sound’s self-powered loudspeakers, the Galileo system includes array compensation for M Series array products, presets for Meyer Sound loudspeakers of vari- ous sizes and types, and digital implementations of popular features


developed by Meyer Sound over the years for its acclaimed analogue processors, including air absorption compensation filters and equalisa- tion.


Kristján Magnússon continues: “We work mainly with high-end equip- ment, and fortunately, for instance, Meyer have a wide selection for us to choose from, so it’s easy for us to find something that will suit almost everybody, in terms of specification and budget.” To increase the flexibility of the hall, the speaker arrays can be withdrawn through gateways in the over-stage canopy and out of the auditorium. This option is utilised during classical, unamplified perfor- mances, including those by the Icelandic Symphony Orchestra. Lift Turn Move motors are installed so that additional lighting, trusses, speakers and stage equipment (from Wagner Biro) can be moved. Eight LTM 1 Tonne LoadGuard Hoists and four 500kg LoadGuard Hoists make this possible. Each unit is fitted with dual phase encod- ers with separate load cell, for feedback to an LTM programmable hoist control and monitoring system. The control features an IBEX 24-channel programmable hoist controller and three LTM Guardian 8-channel controllers.


Eldborg features a concealed announcement system, consisting of Tannoy Q-Flex and ceiling speakers. The system is used when the flown speaker clusters are not in use. The Midas and Klark Teknik digital network system consists of four networked Midas PRO9 live audio systems with Midas DL431 mic splitters, Midas DL371 audio system engines, I/O boxes, a Klark Teknik DN9696 hard disc recorder, Klark Teknik DN9650 network bridges and connected via AES50, plus analogue- Square ONE mic splitters. It encompasses provisions for FOH, monitoring, broadcast and recording. Within Eldborg, the system has 96-channels of inputs wired from


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