MC_ amplifiers for refurbished Czech club

CZECH REPUBLIC: MC² Audio E25 and E45 amplifiers have been installed in the revamped Luxor nightclub, reports PSN-e. Situated in the city of Ceska Lipa, near the Machasee and the Czech border with Germany, Disco Club Luxor reopened in April after a substantial refurbishment. The venue's new amplifier configuration was supplied by distributor Dancefloor and is used in conjunction with a Logic System line array.
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CZECH REPUBLIC: MC² Audio E25 and E45 amplifiers have been installed in the revamped Luxor nightclub, reports PSN-e. Situated in the city of Ceska Lipa, near the Machasee and the Czech border with Germany, Disco Club Luxor reopened in April after a substantial refurbishment. The venue's new amplifier configuration was supplied by distributor Dancefloor and is used in conjunction with a Logic System line array.

First involved with Disco Club Luxor 14 years ago, Dancefloor was enlisted to install a new advanced sound system after the venue was forced to close three years ago due to fire damage. The new audio system is based around a Logic System line array, powered by MC² Audio E25 and E45 amplifiers.

"We set up a comparative amplifier test for our customer and MC² Audio came out on top for both sound quality and sustained power output," commented Dancefloor spokeswoman Vera Zemanova. "Having represented the brand in the Czech Republic for two years now, we were also able to assure our client that these products are both reliable and durable in demanding club environments."

"I am very satisfied with the sound quality and reliability of these amplifiers, and I am also very pleased that I went with the Dancefloor's recommendation," added Luxor's owner, Karel Lusk. "We have received comments from a large number of our visitors congratulating us on having one of the best sounds in all the clubs in the Czech Republic."

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