Fuzion Far East (FFE) has completed an impressive installation of NEXO’s new GEO M10 mid-size line array in a brand-new educational establishment, the Brighton College Bangkok, which aims to be the leading English-curriculum school in Thailand.
Sharing the aims and ethos of Brighton College UK, one of England’s top co-educational schools, the newly-opened Brighton College Bangkok is the result of a collaborative partnership with the Ocean Group, a highly respected Thai company, led by the Assakul family. The school is housed on an iconic 20-acre campus, and includes a fine purpose-built auditorium with state-of-the-art facilities for music, art, dance and drama.
High ceilings and glass walkways characterise the Performance Arts Centre, a key part of the campus which houses a 620-seat theatre, dance studios, rooms for musical instruction and practice, art and design rooms, Mac suites and a traditional photography darkroom.
FFE recommended the newly-released GEO M10 line array for the PAC auditorium, designing a low-profile flown system which uses L/R arrays each with 3x GEO M1012 and 1x GEO M1025 enclosures, below a single 15” MSUB. Additional subbass support is delivered by 2x NEXO RS15 cabinets hidden from view.
Front fill is provided by another new NEXO product, the super-compact ID24, with 4 of these small speakers along the front of the stage. Each unit is partnered by another ID24 which faces into the stage to provide monitoring. The entire system is powered and processed by just 1x NEXO NXAMP4x4 and 3x NXAMP4x1s.