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EAW Arrives to New York MOMA

The New York City Museum of Modern Art recently installed a new sound system in their Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, based around EAW’s Digitally Steerable Array (DSA) monitors. 4/08/2004 8:00 AM Eastern

The New York City Museum of Modern Art recently installed a newsound system in their Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, based aroundEAW’s Digitally Steerable Array (DSA) monitors (pictured).

New York-based consulting firm Cerami Associates worked with SPLcontractors to design and install the 400-seat auditorium’s newDSA rig, which was augmented by a portable EAW KF Series linear arrayto address specific musical program needs, according to the SPL SeniorProject Engineer Bruce Manning.

The original, Kennedy-era analog design gave way to a Cobranet-basedsystem, which will facilitate interconnection with the museum’ssmaller Uris Auditorium.

Grace Rainey Rogers Auditorium, opened in the late 1950s, hosts awide-ranging and eclectic roster of performances, lectures and seminarson a near-nightly basis. For more information, visit www.eaw.com.

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