JBL transports audiences to China’s past
Wednesday, 12 February 2020
tang-dynasty-legendCelebrating the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China
China - Qinhuangdao Jiayun Electric Appliance Co recently deployed a complete JBL Professional audio system for the theatrical production Tang Dynasty Legend Songzhou • Wengcheng, put on by the Songpan County Party Committee and County Government.
Located in the Ngawa Tibetan and Qiang Autonomous Prefecture of Sichuan Province, modern-day Songpan County includes the site of the ancient city of Songzhou. According to legend, in the year 632, Tibetan emperor Songtsen Gampo attacked Songzhou after being denied a marriage alliance with the ruling Tang Dynasty of China. Although the Chinese managed to repel the invaders at Songzhou, the Tibetan emperor was eventually allowed to marry princess Wengcheng, in an event often referred to as the “national marriage” of the Han and Tibetan people.
To commemorate the 70th anniversary of the People’s Republic of China, the Songpan County Party Committee and County Government staged a large-scale theatrical performance of these events called Tang Dynasty Legend Songzhou • Wengcheng. To give the production a sense of immersion, Harman distributor Qinhuangdao Jiayun Electric Appliance Co chose to deploy JBL VLA Series loudspeakers and Crown amplifiers.
Qinhuangdao Jiayun Electric Appliance selected JBL VLA-C2100 two-way line array loudspeakers for the show, which deliver full-range sound via dual 10-inch Differential Drive woofers and a trio of 1.5-inch D2415 high-frequency drivers.
To amplify the system with as much power and clarity as possible, Qinhuangdao Jiayun Electric Appliance deployed eight Crown CDi Series amplifiers and four Crown XLS 2502 models.
(Jim Evans)

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