d&b combines elegance and power at illustrious Georgian nightclub.
Noble Savage Nightclub in the heart of Tbilisi, Georgia offers its visitors year-round entertainment in stylish, architecturally striking surroundings, welcoming national and international artists to their stage. The club stretches out seamlessly over three zones including a reception with bar, outdoor courtyard with fire pit, and the main dance floor.
Last year the venue decided to upgrade its sound system and club owner Till Harter knew he needed the best possible solution to maintain his exclusive establishment’s position ahead of the pack.
I was born in the direct vicinity of the d&b headquarters in Southern Germany. Their people are hard-working, rock-solid, tech-savvy engineers who always go the extra mile to create the best quality. So when I learned that d&b had a representative in Tbilisi, it was no question for me to get in touch with him.Till Harter, Owner Noble Savage
Local AV integrator and d&b partner Akustiko LLC were tasked with the challenge of providing a sound system that can deliver the desired low end but keep high frequencies crisp and clean, all while being visually discrete.
After thorough acoustic modelling and taking measurements to understand the club’s acoustic issues we decided to base our design around the xS-Series. It includes small, medium and large loudspeakers as well as cardioid subwoofers and lends itself perfectly to this application.
We distributed three different sizes of the xS-Series around the venue, resulting in a streamline application and even tonality while visually the PA seamlessly integrates with the interior of the club, thanks to the sleek and ‘no-fuss’ design of the cabinets.
The size-to-power-ratio really is amazing with these speakers. You’d never expect a small loudspeaker like the 5S to be able to produce adequate power for a busy bar area. But it does.Avtandil Avtua Kraveishvili, CEO at Akustiko
The club’s installation includes two 5S loudspeakers for the reception/bar area, four more powerful 10S cabinets covering the outdoor courtyard and two 24Ss combined with two 21S-SUBs and two MAX2 monitors making up the PA for the main room.
“Visiting DJs and guests alike have asked where the ‘hidden’ speakers are as they can’t believe two loudspeakers and two SUBs can give you such deep sound” says Harter.
To enable the team at Noble Savage to easily change the system setup themselves without the help of professional sound engineers, Akustiko provided them with a d&b R90 touch screen, loaded with presets for different club events.
“The client expressed the need for different PA uses, for example DJ nights, live music and playback only events. Therefore, we decided to install an R90 wall-mounted touch screen, providing him with a user-friendly interface to easily manage all types of scenarios easily, without expert technical help” says Avtua.
Harter is delighted with the achieved results: “The cooperation with Akustiko was very professional and always trustworthy. They kept their promises and took pride in making sure we had the best service, sound and acoustics.
The d&b sound system is powerful, crisp and sophisticated. It works without any problems. All our international DJs so far have been very pleased and happy to play in our club and the crowd can't stop dancing. Two thumbs up.Till Harter, Owner Noble Savage
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