Our friends at Tin Roof Detroit asked us to design an impactful outdoor sound system they could roll out to their patio. In general they wanted the most substantial system possible, but needed it to be a quick and easy setup. Given that Tin Roof is a bar/restaraunt and live music venue chain with 18 locations across the country, we were excited about the challenge. Consequently, we knew the solution we design here could be a blueprint for their other locations as well. Henceforth, we got right to our drawing board.
Overall we knew we needed to select weather-resistant loudspeakers that provided an exemplary acoustic performance. Furthermore, we knew we needed a loudspeaker with very low distortion at high SPL levels. Evidently the need for the system to truly be mobile meant we needed to fabricate custom carts. Based off the dimentions of the listening area and the storage area, we knew we needed to be able to easily adjust their height. So we drew up an idea, workshopped it with our fabrication team, and then got to work in the shop.
All things considered, we selected Community Professional Loudspeakers and subs. The IP8-1152WR96 2-Way 15” speaker top’s custom long-excursion LF driver delivers deep bass response and a balanced midrange in the most demanding applications. While the HF compression driver’s non-metallic diaphragm provides natural, transparent sound quality that accurately reproduces and complements any source. As well, the IS8-218WR is a compact, direct radiating subwoofer with large, balanced ports. This design provides optimal enclosure tuning and even air pressure distribution to the driver cone, reducing distortion and extending system longevity.
Not only do the carts make 240 lbs. a stack no problem to cart around, but these custom adjustable speaker carts fit through the doorways. And equally important, they extend to 9′ to throw to the back of the patio. In five simple steps, go from rolling carts to rock n’ roll. Two people can roll out these speaker carts and set up this system in less than four minutes. Go from a storage closet to a fully functional full-range PA system in the duration of a song. So to summarize, rock n’ roll!
- Project Management
- System Design
- Skilled Labor
- Logistic Support
How to setup in 5 easy steps
- Step 1 – roll out the carts
- Step 2 – extend outriggers
- Step 3 – extend vertical speaker mount
- Step 4 – lock with pins
- Step 5 – plug it in and turn it on
Ready to Rock!
Two people can set up this system in less than 4:00 minutes!
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I SERIES – Weather Resistant Solutions
For outdoor venues requiring enhanced weather resistance, I SERIES WR offers a wide selection of high-performance modular loudspeaker systems. First of all, they are housed in weather-resistant enclosures constructed of fiberglass-reinforced high strength composite PolyGlas™. Indeed they embody exceptional flexibility and discreet styling. . Above all, the I SERIES WR is built to last.
The I SERIES Point Source 800 loudspeakers provide exemplary acoustic performance. Additionally, they yield modular flexibility and elegant aesthetics for modern performance venues. This series includes a wide variety of arrayable, rotatable coverage patterns and a comprehensive selection of modular bracket systems that accelerate system design and system commissioning.
I SERIES Subwoofer 800 loudspeakers are designed to support the goals of systems integrators and consultants both acoustically and mechanically. As well, these subs provide a broad range of sizes and capabilities that can be specifically matched to the needs of any modern venue.
Delivering long-term performance and high-quality sound, Community Loudspeakers from Biamp elevate audio at the world’s foremost sports venues, auditoriums, recreation, houses of worship and performance venues.
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