Adding powerful sound to its striking visual displays, Art Aquarium collaborated with HIBINO Corporation to enhance its exhibit with a state‐of‐the‐art HARMAN Professional audio solution. Established in 2007, Art Aquarium has exhibited all across Japan and overseas at places that communicate history and culture, including Nihonbashi Mitsui Hall, Kyoto’s Nijo‐jo Castle as well as the 21st‐Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa. “The client wanted a high performance audio solution that would provide as much power and clarity as possible. After careful consideration, our team designed and installed an integrated HARMAN Professional audio solution made up of JBL Professional speakers, Crown amplifiers and BSS signal processors,” said a spokesperson at HIBINO. “We were confident the HARMAN solution would cover the museum’s needs and exceed their expectations.” The system features an array of JBL Control Contractor 20 Series speakers, including Control 23‐1 and Control 25‐1 loudspeakers as well as Control SB‐2 subwoofers. The compact speakers deliver a rich sonic character with wide, consistent sound dispersion across the venue, while the subs deliver authoritative, accurate low end. Further adding pristine sound to the exhibit, HIBINO installed JBL AC18/95 and AC28/95 two‐way loudspeakers and ASB6118 high‐power subwoofers. For unmatched power and reliability, HIBINO powered the system with Crown DCi 8|300N, DCi 8|600N, DCi 4|600N and CDi 4|1200BL amplifiers. To ensure pristine sound and optimum performance, the system also includes BSS BLU‐160 signal processors with BLU link and BSS EC‐V volume controllers.
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