AUDICA MICROPOINT SPEAKERS PLAY
SUPPORTING ROLE AT V&A
Market-leading loudspeakers from Audica Professional have been used to create an enhanced atmosphere within a new exhibition at the V&A in London. A total of 41 Audica MICROpoint loudspeakers have been positioned strategically around The Fabric of India to create an ambience that is in keeping with the exhibition.
The Fabric of India is the first exhibition to fully explore the incomparably rich world of handmade textiles from India. Music composed by sound artist Jason Singh complement the spectacular objects on display. Audica MICROpoint loudspeakers were chosen due to their ability to deliver high quality sound despite their small size, which allows the speakers to discreetly blend into the background.
Richard Gainsborough, Business Development Manager at Audica Professional, said: “The MICROpoint has been designed to be the smallest possible loudspeaker to deliver high quality audio over a wide area, whilst the softly shaped design ensures it is aesthetically pleasing. We are pleased these loudspeakers will play a key role within this fantastic exhibition.”
Neil Toben, Project Manager at integrator Sysco, said: “Choosing the right speakers for exhibitions is not as straightforward as you think, you want quality sound but the speakers need to blend in so that the main exhibition has centre stage. The MICROpoint speakers from Audica are discreet but pack a quality punch when needed, which is ideal for special events like The Fabric of India.”