SCB reinvests in Mahajak relationship
THAILAND: Siam Commercial Bank (SCB) recently updated the A/V equipment at its training centre in Tawanron. Mahajak was enlisted as to design and install the solutions required, having worked with the bank on five previous occasions.
‘The customer contacted us to discuss the problems and limitations of their system,’ recalled Supachai Sakulchoo, project sales engineer at Mahajak. ‘This project was to replace old equipment which was damaged or obsolete and to supply new supplementary systems. They needed wireless microphone systems with clear sound for events that can be moved easily for use in other rooms.’
The installation began on the fourth floor in a large meeting room that accommodates 60 people in a classroom setting. In here, Mahajak deployed a Soundcraft Signature12 compact analogue mixer with a dbx DriveRack PA2 loudspeaker management system and a Crown XLS 1502 amplifier. These serve a pair of JBL Control28-1 speakers.
In the building’s main conference room, Mahajak installed another two JBL Control28-1s with a dbx DriveRack PA2. While SCB was already covered in regards to amplification and mixing in the conference room, retaining existing solutions, Mahajak also provided a Panasonic PT-LX321 projector for visual reinforcement. Meanwhile, the amphitheatre was equipped with a Panasonic PT-LB412A projector.
Mahajak also installed sound solutions in three of the four meeting rooms and microphone solutions across the entire site. Each room has been outfitted with a Shure wireless microphone system including ULXD4D wireless receivers, ULXD2/SM58 handheld wireless mic transmitters, ULXD1 bodypack transmitters and MX150B/O-TQG wireless omnidirectional subminiature lavaliers.
‘Their existing equipment was kept where possible,’ concluded Mr Sakulchoo. ‘We hope to continue our business relationship with SCB for many years.’