Tulsa Expo Square — A Case History
Listen to the audio for some astonishing facts about how KDM's Octasound speakers have completely won over the folks at Expo Square. With it's many large buildings spread over 240 acres, Tulsa Expo Square hosts over 400 events each year. The largest of these buildings – The Tulsa Expo Center – makes an excellent case history.How is that Possible?
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Take a look at any PA system being used for music in a large space. Almost without exception the mid and high frequencies are being produced by horns. The horn type speaker has a separate driver inside which produces the vibrations. The horn then amplifies and projects the sound. Think of how much louder a trumpet is in a small room compared to almost any other instrument and you'll see what we're 'driving' at. The trumpet also projects the sound forcefully compared to other ways of delivering sound vibrations. The bottom line is the horn is a far more efficient device giving you much more volume per watt of input signal every time.
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