The Brett Building, a new teaching facility at the University of Liverpool, underwent an audio upgrade.
According to a statement by Martin Audio, the Brett Building is “an acoustically awkward cylindrical shaped building,” and required a specialized, consistent audio solution. As a result, the university opted for Martin Audio’s DD6 Differential Dispersion technology enclosures.
The solution setup included seven DD6 units, each of which are controlled and processed by BSS Soundweb London BLU-101. The units were spaced equidistant around the room to cover the audience area “with a slight graduation level towards the back of the room.”
The Brett Building will be used as a conference and exhibition space, and will utilized by senior members of the university and MBA students.
Pure AV technical director, Richard Lister, said the solution works well in the space and that the University of Liverpool is happy with the results.
“The Martin Audio DD6’s were perfect for the job,” he said in a previous statement. “With each of the speakers receiving its own channel of amplification fed from the DSP, the sound is fully optimized and the client is over the moon.”