Electrosonic have provided AV support for the National Museum of the American Indian’s (NMAI) new exhibition “The Great Inka Road: Engineering an Empire”, choosing to use equipment from leading manufacturer of show control, audio and video equipment, Alcorn McBride.
Electrosonic installed a two-channel A/V Binloop HD to drive two of the museum-produced videos in the exhibition as well as Alcorn McBride’s AM-4 Digital Audio Machine to feed a single overhead speaker to accompany a video.
Chris Cooper, Project Manager at Electrosonic, said, “We have used Alcorn McBride players, especially Binloops, in the museum since it opened in 2004. The museum staff is familiar with the products and we’re very comfortable with Alcorn McBride and their technology.
“The AM-4 is the perfect piece of gear for this application. We know Alcorn McBride very well; we’ve worked closely with them for a long time. It was logical to choose their gear for ‘The Great Inka Road, ’ and it’s all working flawlessly.”