E-V Hangs in Tulare Center

The Tulare Union High School Auditorium (Tulare, Calif.) has been carefully restored to its former glory, with one particular improvement: a new Electro-Voice sound system featuring Xi series loudspeakers, remote-control Precision Series amplifiers and a full complement of E-V microphones.
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The Tulare Union High School Auditorium (Tulare, Calif.) has been carefully restored to its former glory, with one particular improvement: a new Electro-Voice sound system featuring Xi series loudspeakers, remote-control Precision Series amplifiers and a full complement of E-V microphones. The school contacted Jerry Liles at Sound Contracting to design and build the sound system; other decision-makers include Bill Ingram and Ray Barrett. The group worked with Skip Godwin (of Electro-Voice rep PA Sales), and installed Xi2123 full-range and Xi2183 subs for the main P.A. in an L/C/R configuration. The system works double-duty as a single-switch P.A. for speech and assemblies, and is integrated with a Midas Venice console and Klark Teknik FOH equipment. The system made its debut with a performance by the Count Basie Orchestra.

The Tulare Union High School Auditorium (Tulare, Calif.) has been carefully restored to its former glory, with one particular improvement: a new Electro-Voice sound system featuring Xi series loudspeakers, remote-control Precision Series amplifiers and a full complement of E-V microphones.

The school contacted Jerry Liles at Sound Contracting to design and build the sound system; other decision-makers include Bill Ingram and Ray Barrett.

“We worked with Skip Godwin [of E-V reps PA Sales] to design a system that both met their budget and precisely addressed their performance requirements,” Liles says. “We installed Xi2123 full-range and Xi2183 subs for the main P.A. in an L/C/R configuration. The system works double-duty as a single-switch P.A. for speech and assemblies, and is integrated with a Midas Venice console and Klark Teknik FOH equipment for concert-quality control and capability when they need it."

The system made its debut with a performance by the Count Basie Orchestra.

For additional information, visit www.electrovoice.com.