Established in 1946, the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, (opens in new tab)(NASM), in Washington, D.C., has been undergoing a variety of renovations.
NASM’s transformation includes the reimagining of 23 galleries, brand-new exhibits, and updated presentation halls. To accurately transform the user experience, the NASM chose to install a custom K-array (opens in new tab) sound system that would create a deeply immersive and sonically impressive environment—a truly "out-of-this-world" experience for visitors to the exhibit.
[SCN Installation Showcase 2022] (opens in new tab)
To achieve all required audio needs and maintain museum aesthetics, K-array provided the following to power the exhibits:
- 74 KP52, three KAN200+8, four KK52, two KV52 speakers, and four KY52 speakers
- Seven KTR26 and two KU44 subwoofers
- Eighty-three KA02, two KA14, two KA34, and one KA104 amplifiers