Eddie Montgomery Steakhouse
Eddie Montgomery’s Steakhouse is a mid-sized restaurant, sports bar, and concert venue located in Haradsburg, KY. Sound Image was selected to provide audio, video and control system design/build services. The majority of the design services were provided by Michael Fay.
This property has a three tiered, multi-zone sound system. The system can shape-shift between being a soft backgound music system, to a game-day, medium-loud, audio-for-video system, to a high-powered concert system, which is capable of supporting major label touring artists.
The concert system features JBL 4887 powered line arrays for the main stage, and JBL ASB6128 and EAW SP1000zP subwoofers. The subs are mounted under the front of the stage and steared to independently fire to the left, right and center of the room.
The FOH mix console consist of a Digidesign Profile/MixRack system. Infrastructure wireing was installed to support both monitor and record console splits. Because the Profile worksurface is located in a control booth on the second floor, the MixRack is connected to a WiFi network so that a tablet computer can be used to adjust mix levels while walking around the room.
The video system consists of 23 LCD displays of various sizes. All the displays are fed an HD signal from an AMX/Autopatch 48×48 component matrix switcher, which routes source signals from 20 satellite receivers, a DVD deck, a computer and a camera.
During concerts, the camera feed can be routed to any or all of the LCD displays. On game-days, a 13’ Da-lite screen can be lowered into position near the front of the stage and show any game that is routed to the 6,000 lm Sanyo projector.
An AMX control system, with five wired and wireless touch panels, provides user control over all the satellite receivers, LCD displays and the BGM music.
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