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Several Powersoft Amplifier Platforms Deployed For New Attraction At Amusement Park In China

Integrator EZPro employs Duecanali, Mezzo, Quattrocanali and X4 DSP+D models to drive 160 loudspeakers across the new Lingbao Fairyland at Ge’s Fairy Village Resort in Shangrao.
One of the areas of the new Lingbao Fairyland at Ge’s Fairy Village Resort with audio infrastructure courtesy of Powersoft.

A new attraction at Ge’s Fairy Village Resort in Shangrao, Jiangxi in China, that’s known as Lingbao Fairyland is equipped with audio infrastructure by integrator EZPro utilizing Powersoft amplifier platforms from across the company’s fixed install range.

A total of 160 loudspeakers were deployed across Lingbao Fairyland, made up of 136 Hi-Z and 24 Lo-Z systems. To drive this, EZPro used three Powersoft Duecanali 1604 DSP+D, four Duecanali 804 DSP+D, six Mezzo 602AD, two Quattrocanali 1204 DSP+D, and five X4 DSP+D, all Dante enabled.

“The original brief was to create a stable system with flexible signal connections, which was able to simplify the signal processing procedure a great deal,” says Weisong Wu, EZPro’s system designer. “We took Powersoft amps into consideration straight away, due to their superior functions and attractive price point; which were both important aspects in fulfilling the customer’s needs. The entire system is tuned and controlled by ArmoníaPlus. With the embedded HealthPlus capacity, it’s very easy to check the entire audio setup status, including loudspeaker impedance in case of system malfunction.”

Wu singled out the “night tour” section of the attraction as an area where the audio system is particularly important. The tour leads visitors through the Chinese folktale of Ge Xuan’s success in Taoism, immersing them in a vivid Taoist fairyland embodied by sound, light, and physical structures.

This section includes 19 viewing spots spread across the whole town, among which one of the most visited spots is an open grassland. Two Powersoft Mezzo 602 AD amplifiers were selected to power the 36 loudspeakers installed in the area, driving 18 loudspeakers each – nine per channel – operating with a constant voltage of 100 volts to distribute 20 watts for each loudspeaker.

“There are a few reasons behind the choice of Mezzo for that particular area,” says Wu. “Firstly, Mezzo amplifiers are small in size but that doesn’t compromise the quality of the sound. Secondly, it is quite cost-efficient as the budget of the whole project was an important consideration.”

He adds that the available Dante version of Mezzo amplifiers also makes the sound system more reliable with a faster transmission speed. “The end user has spoken very highly of the system,” he concludes. “They were particularly impressed with Mezzo’s strong capacity and stability in such a small factor.”


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