DMX

Case Study: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Complete redesign and installation of Theater One and Two event areas and interfaces to exhibits


Opening Ceremonies

DMX supplied all technical aspects including a five-camera remote television control center and pool feed to all news media, power generation, television lighting, Diamond Vision outdoor television screen 20 x 28 feet and sound reinforcement systems for an audience of 30,000 people, including The President, Vice-President, Members of Congress, and visiting dignitaries from eight different countries.


Theater One (The Meyerhoff)

Consisted of two - dual 35/16mm film projectors with change over, four channel DOLBY surround sound, video playback with rear booth high intensity video projection, recording console interface, live sound reinforcement console, audio processors equalizers and speakers, production intercom, and infra-red assisted listening systems. A multi room distribution system to other theaters and exhibit areas was also incorporated.


Theater Two

Consisted of two - dual 35/16mm film projectors with change over, four channel DOLBY surround sound, video playback with rear booth high intensity video projection, live sound reinforcement console, audio processors equalizers and speakers, production intercom, and infra-red assisted listening systems. A multi room distribution system to other theaters and exhibit areas was also incorporated.


Interactive Workstations

Designed and supplied headphone systems for touch screen interactive computer stations.


Case Study: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Complete installation of the new sound system for the Concert Hall renovation.

Renovated in 1997, the Concert Hall is the largest performance space in the Kennedy Center, seating 2,442. This state-of-the-art facility, which originally opened in 1971, sets new standards for accessibility and sound with a high-tech acoustical canopy, accessible locations on every level, and new seating sections (onstage boxes, chorister seats, and parterre seats). The 11 famous Hadelands crystal chandeliers, a gift from Norway, are repositioned to clear the field of view from the second tier center. Behind the stage, the organ, which has 4,144 pipes and is a gift from the Filene Foundation of Boston. Its console is portable, and all of the pipes are functional.


DMX installed a complete new performing arts sound system for The Kennedy Center Concert Hall. The system consisted of an elaborate L/C/R system with preset "fly" points and motor control clusters. Each of the three clusters is storable in a preset motor location. This allowed the facility to remove the clusters, or store them for different events in the facility. An elaborate series of on-stage inputs create a flexible system that can be configured for any event that may desire to use the stage.


Separate systems for each of the four balconies, on-stage balconies and presidential suite allow complete control over every aspect of the system to provide the audience with the best audio experience.

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