Harman enhances British School Jakarta
Wednesday, 18 August 2021
british-school-jakarta2IMS outfitted the left and right sides of the stage with JBL JRX215 loudspeakers
Indonesia - To provide premium sound for the performing arts, PT Inti Megah Swara recently equipped British School Jakarta’s theatre with a comprehensive array of Harman Professional audio solutions.
Established by the British Embassy in 1973, the British School Jakarta (BSJ) is an international school in Greater Jakarta that educates children from around the world. Because the performing arts are an important part of the school’s culture, BSJ required a dedicated audio system for its theatre. BSJ hired PT Inti Megah Swara (IMS) to install a complete Harman Professional Solutions sound reinforcement system.
For sound reinforcement in the school’s main theatre, IMS outfitted the left and right sides of the stage with JBL JRX215 loudspeakers. IMS equipped the stage with JBL IRX112BT powered speakers to provide clear and accurate monitoring for performers. Additionally, IMS installed JBL Control 16C/T ceiling speakers and Control 19CST in-ceiling subwoofers to ensure balanced full-range coverage throughout the space.
The JBL loudspeakers are powered through Crown XTi 2002 and CDi 1000 amplifiers. To enable staff to easily achieve professional-sounding mixes, IMS outfitted the theatre with Soundcraft Ui12 remote-controlled mixing consoles.
“We were thrilled to receive such positive feedback from the customer,” said G. Amar Subash, director of channel management & audio solutions, Harman Professional Solutions. “Theatre brings students together to experience new perspectives and explore creativity. To provide students with these opportunities, British School Jakarta required sophisticated audio systems to produce remarkable performances in its theater. We would like to thank our partner PT Inti Megah Swara for maintaining a standard of excellence in all aspects of the installation, and for using our products to deliver superior audio experiences for the school and its patrons.”

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