Eclectic Clubs & Bars’ South Pacific-themed Lola Lo venues are providing much happy talk amongst students in eight of the UK’s major towns and cities. Ensuring that the music Tikis along nicely in two of them are Yamaha / Nexo audio systems.
The significant student populations of Bournemouth, Brighton, Cambridge, Edinburgh, Lincoln, Norwich, Oxford and Reading are all enjoying the Polynesian beats of Lola Lo. DJ equipment, the audio system and effects lighting at the Brighton and Reading venues were supplied and installed by SSE Installations from its base in London.
The sound rig uses the popular combination of Nexo Geo S1230 and RS15 for the main dance floor, with PS10s and PS8s for the seating areas and VIP Room. The system is powered by NXAMP4x1 and NXAMP4x4 amplifiers, with system processing management by a Yamaha DME24N digital mixing engine. Volume control for each area is provided by a combination of CP1SF and CP4SF, single and four-fader remote panels.
“The specification was used very successfully at Lola Lo Brighton, so the client knew exactly what they were getting in the Reading installation and how it would sound,” says SSE Installations director Emma Bigg.
“The Yamaha DME24N is the best processor for these venues, as it combines a high number of I/O channels in a very compact package. Another advantage is that we can use MY series Ethersound interface cards for the connections between the unit and amplifiers in the digital domain. This ensures consistently good sound quality and enables us to remotely monitor the system, via the venue’s network. “