Adlib and Coda add to Liverpool Philharmonic Hall refurb
April 8, 2015 3:21 PM
Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is in the midst of a 13.8m refurbishment, which aims to bring the historical hall up to contemporary standards.
Adlib won the contract do design and supply a new audio system that would enable the venue to hold concerts and events including classical, opera, folk, rock, pop and roots, comedy, speeches, conferences, and private events throughout the year.
Adlib chose Coda Audio's VIRAY installations for the job.
Flexibility and multi-functionality were crucial requirements, said Adlib's Roger Kirby. Coda's VIRAY is coherent, it has a high output and looks elegant.
The installation includes 14 flown Coda ViRAYs, three Coda SC2-F base extension units, three Coda SCP sensor-controlled subs, four Coda TiRAY front-fills, eight Coda G308s and a Coda LINUS platform for power and control.
The installation was completed within a tight window of opportunity and we have already experienced many advantages of the main system, said Liverpool Philharmonic's technical manager Richard Curtis.