Kavulek specified Meyer Sound speakers—a total of 32 MSL-4s and 24 600-HP subwoofers—with four MSL speakers and three subs at each of the eight positions. “For this piece and for this hall, we needed loudspeakers that are very directional so that the sounds, which are projected, sound very natural without being changed too much in color by reflections,” says Kavulek. “For such a piece, all the loudspeakers must be of the same model. Otherwise, the color ...
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