The new HH Electronics TNA line arrays in place at the live venue at BASE Culture Music Group in Yorkshire.
CEO Mike Krompass designs system headed by TNA line arrays to support local community-driven events and assist in the development of local independent artists.
BASE Culture Music Group, a record company and music distribution and publishing company in Yorkshire, England that also runs a professional sound recording and mix studio, recently implemented a new audio system in its coffee/wine bar and live music venue that utilizes HH Electronics TNA line arrays.
As a Community Interest Company (CIC), part of BASE Culture’s role is to support local community-driven events and assist in the development of local independent artists. The organization is headed by CEO Mike Krompass, who also works on the installation of sound systems across a range of UK venues.
“When I was first introduced to the new TNA line array, I was blown away,” he says. “We installed the system into several venues and achieved amazing results — every client was thrilled with how it sounded, so naturally, having seen and heard it in action, and be received so positively, we wanted to place it into BASE Culture HQ.”
Launched earlier this year, the TNA line array was designed for small to medium-sized applications and is based around the TNA-2120SA, a multi-channel active subwoofer with integrated class D amplifier that incorporates dual 12-inch woofers, as well as the TNA1800SA single 18-inch active subwoofer. With three channels amplification, the TNA-2120SA houses six built-in DSP presets and as part of a modular system can power up to six satellite TNA-2051 passive, two-way compact line array loudspeakers.
At BASE Culture, Krompass has deployed a ground stacked system comprising (per side) a TNA-1800S, a TNA-2120SA and four TNA 2051. A pair of HH Electronics TRM-1201 compact, active monitors complete the picture.
“It’s a perfect fit for the venue, maintaining all the high quality and sonic characteristics that you’d expect from the HH brand,” Krompass concludes. “The system is amazingly comparable to high-end line array products, whilst being available at a fraction of the price.”