The Sherlock Holmes exhibition, showing 17th October 2014 until 12th April 2015, at the Museum of London utilises a Directional Sound solution designed by the technical team at Sound Directions. For the playback of individual narratives of the Sherlock Holmes character, five separate large screen displays are used, each with their own directional sound system.
The system design brief included very distinct audio separation from each screen of the audio playback so that the narrative from each screen does not spill into the area of a different screen.
The MystSystems PAN-64 loudspeaker, available exclusively from Sound Directions, provides a perfect solution with each loudspeaker mounted unobtrusively in the ceiling above each screen. Each of the PAN-64’s is able to provide very distinct, clear and uncoloured sound to a very specific area and therefore meets the brief entirely.
Marko Resurrection from the Museum of London commented,
“I just wanted to let you know we have received nothing but praise for the Pan-64 loudspeakers, both on their sound and unobtrusive appearance“.