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Client requirement:

Kazbar Systems was engaged by Northbrook Park Country Estate to provide a live performance speaker system and installation with consideration to external noise leakage.

 

Northbrook Park Country Estate Wedding Venue

This is a stunning wedding venue based in Surrey. This beautiful, grade-II listed manor house was built
in the18th Century and is surrounded by dreamy gardens, and is located just outside of busy London.
They specialise in wedding ceremonies, breakfasts and receptions with a capacity up to 250 guests.
As any good wedding venue, they needed a user-friendly and versatile audio system.

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Speaker Installation & External Noise Limiting

Northbrook wedding venue contacted Kazbar Systems with a requirement to provide a permanent audio solution for their Orangery, which is a glass covered venue that is part of the estate.
Up until the installation, Northbrook Park Country Estate had hired local DJ’s bringing their own sound systems, which could cause potential issues due to the lack of control of volume and external noise leakage.

 

Northbrook Park Country Estate Wedding Venue

 

The Orangery has two areas where it is possible to address and perform to the guests. One which is facing down the venue and another one facing across.
Because of this, the sound system needed to be flexible and portable, enabling it to be setup in either of these locations.
The solution was to place two passive full range cabinet speakers on stands, along with a flight case on wheels containing the sound mixer, lockable rackdraw and Yamaha P5000S Amplifier.

 

Northbrook Park Country Estate Wedding Venue

 

For connectivity to the Mackie DL1608 Mixer including an iPad interface, we included a stagebox on a long cable so the rack could be positioned away from the performers if required.
To contain external noise leakage, we installed a wall mounted sound limiting measuring device, with traffic light warning, to warn DJ’s or performers when internal noise is reaching potentially disruptive levels to residents.

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