Martin Audio in Charada, Madrid

Old Barn Audio Ltd were appointed installers at the prestigous Charada Club in Madrid.  The design of the new system contained the excellent Martin Audio W8VDQ with Martin Audio WS218X bass enclosures.  To enhance the bass experience, custom brackets were designed by Neil Kavanagh, director of Old Barn Audio Ltd, and a pair of Martin Audio WS18X subs were flown over ther rear of the dance floor.  The ‘Red Box’ as its known in Charada (the downstairs club to you and me!) was also upgraded to Martin Audio.  Four AQ10’s were strategically placed to ensure full coverage and supported by a single Martin Audio Blackline S218+.  Both systems were powered by Martin Audio MA amplifiers and controlled by two Martin Audio Engineer controllers.  Both systems were linked for ease and use.

Kevin McNally, UK Sales Manager for Martin Audio, visited Madrid with Neil Kavanagh and Phil Clark of Old Barn Audio to handover the system and was extremely impressed with the sound, installation and overall atmosphere in the club.

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