Based in Muscat, Yamaha partner Pulse Information Technologies LLC was contracted to install high quality sound reinforcement systems at the complex.
“As well as the requirement for high audio intelligibility at court hearings, the number of microphones meant that the speaker solution had to be very precise, to avoid feedback,” says Hitesh Bhimani, divisional manager at Pulse Information Technologies. “We conducted live demonstrations of the products and the complete solution for the client’s representatives. Thanks to the excellent reproduction qualities and class-leading performance, they chose the Yamaha system.”
He specified a system of four Yamaha VXL1B-24 line array speakers in each courtroom, with an MG20XU mixer managing the inputs from eight gooseneck, two tie clip and two low profile boundary microphones. Identical systems are installed in all six courtrooms.
“The VXL line array speakers were chosen because of their great sound quality and coverage, which meant only four units were needed to ensure everyone in the courtroom will hear every word, clearly and in excellent quality,” says Abhishek Agarwal of Yamaha Music Gulf FZE.