Portsmouth, VA - The Virginia Sports Hall of Fame and Museum has installed a new SLS loudspeakers system in its new 125-seat multi-media theater. The 5.1 surround speakers are designed for clear and superior sound quality throughout the museum's intro theater, which plays a pre-recorded show every half hour.
Randy Vaughn, president of AE Systems (formerly Ambassador Enterprises) and president of NSCA, worked with the design team, spearheading the audio design and installation. "We recommended the SLS HT1800 series because we knew it would give the complete theater experience. The sound detail is amazing, especially with the incredible bass and high end."
The HT1800 series consists of five HT28R speakers and two PSS12 subwoofers. The HT28R is a dual-woofer version of the HT8R and is recommended for use when high output is a requirement. The additional 8-inch woofer makes the HT28R well-suited for commercial sound or larger home theater installations. The PSS12 provides a ground-shaking bass, powered by a built-in 300-watt amplifier. The 12-inch subwoofer has a very smooth and flat response to well below 30 Hz. Complete with a selectable and defeatable crossover, low and high level inputs, and feed-through connections, the PSS12 produces warm and musical low frequencies.