Top college in UK opts for Expandable Vertical Array (EVA) sound reinforcement system from Electro‑Voice
- Queen Ethelburga's College equipped with new Electro-Voice sound reinforcement system
- Venue challenges solved with models from the EVA series, thanks to the large variety of dispersion angles available
- System designed by Pro Audio Centre of Leeds
Pro Audio Centre carried out extensive acoustic room simulations to find the ideal sound solution for the hall. Based on these, the perfect set-up proved to be an EVA system consisting of two hangs of four EVA vertical line array elements with a 90° by 20° dispersion angle on each side of the stage. “The speakers from the EVA series are discrete, smart and offer a great full range sound with linear, front-to-back coverage,” comments Richard Leadbitter, Manager of Pro Audio Centre. “Thanks to the large variety of dispersion angles available, we could tailor the system exactly to the needs on site. And thanks to the adjustable hang angle, we didn’t have problems with reverberation or feedback – even at high volumes.”
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Queen Ethelburga’s Collegiate was founded in 1912 and is an independent school for children aged 3 to 19 years old in North Yorkshire. The Collegiate comprises four schools including Queen Ethelburga's College and offers day, weekly and full boarding places. In the Daily Telegraph 2013 Top 100 Secondary Schools in the UK – which included all state and independent schools – Queen Ethelburga's College was ranked number 44.