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Dolby Lake Processor Central To Core Audio’s Sullivan Room Sound Makeover

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23 July 2007 — The Sullivan Room, New York City’s premier underground dance music club, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary with a complete makeover, including a new high-end custom sound system from North Carolina’s Core Audio, Inc. that is managed by a Dolby® Lake® Processor. “This is the best piece of audio equipment I’ve used in the last 10 years,” said Bill Weir, system design engineer, Core Audio.

He continued, “We’re getting the sound we want and this lets it come through without getting in the way. The converters alone are worth the cost of the box. And with the Mesa EQ I can create one filter where I’d have to use three or four filters on any other processor to get the same result. This unit is so much more powerful and flexible than other processors and you end up doing far less to the signal.”

Weir concluded, “The club owner, Sergei Sklyarenko, tells us that the community regards it as one of the top three club systems in the city, which makes it one of the best systems in the country.”

Core Audio, Inc.: www.coreaudio.biz

Sullivan Room: www.sullivanroom.com
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