MK Light Sound chooses D.A.S.
For this Project, MK Light Sound chose DR Series enclosures
D.A.S. Audio's Slovene distributor, MK Light Sound d.o.o., recently completed the installation of a D.A.S. sound system in Ljubljana, a city of rich cultural wealth and home to a clear example of Renaissance, Baroque and Art Nouveau, among other styles; the admired, multi-purpose "Festival Hall" ballroom at "The Baraga Seminary" House, built near the Navje Cemetery between 1936 and 1941.
For this Project, MK Light Sound d.o.o. chose DR Series enclosures, an ideal mobile and fixed sound reinforcement system for small and medium-sized applications in clubs, halls, worship centres, schools and corporate events, thanks to the optional ceiling and wall mount accessories, which significantly broaden the possibilities for fixed applications. In this case they used 14 self-powered DR-112A units along with four Sub-18HA units, essential when the application requires low frequency reinforcement. D.A.S. Audio's wide variety of versions allows for multiple configurations with or without the need for additional amplifiers.
The famous ballroom is located inside a semicircular treasure designed by Joze Pleènik and modelled on the Roman Coliseum and Sant' Angelo Castle. The central section of the building was converted into a ballroom by architect Anton Bitenc in 1956. Since then, an impressive staircase with columns and ornamental sculptures leads into the room, known for its versatility as it is often used as a conference and exhibition centre. MK Light Sound d.o.o. also installed a D.A.S. Audio sound system at the new outlet that the popular perfume stores, Droguerie Mark, recently opened in the heart of the city of Nova Gorica.