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VUE i-Class Selected for Latest Isaac Julien Exhibit in London
Summary

VUE Audiotechnik’s i-Class loudspeakers were recently selected as sound reinforcement for the world premiere of video artist Isaac Julien’s seven-screen installation PLAYTIME, which is currently on display at the Victoria Miro Gallery in London.

The ambitious project explores the relationships between capital, the art world and the individual using a mix of sound and visuals to create and sustain an appropriate atmosphere in line with the work. How product choices play a significant role in the impact of the finished work. Lez Barker of the project team is confident that the VUE i-Class systems deliver the perfect balance for PLAYTIME. “We have been searching for several years to find a high performance loudspeaker line that would fulfill our strict sound requirements, at a cost that more of our customers would find more affordable without sacrificing audio quality. I’m happy to say we have found that with VUE.”

The final system design comprises a total of eight VUE i-2×4.5 systems. The i-2×4.5 is a two-way, wood enclosure surface-mount design that features dual 4.5-inch drivers flanking a single neodymium silk-dome tweeter.

Jimmy Potter of Fuzion Ltd., VUE Audiotechnik’s recently appointed UK distributor, was quick to point out, the sonic performance and build quality of VUE speakers made them the ideal choice.

“VUE is a relatively new name in the audio industry,” Potter explains. “Fuzion introduced the line into the UK marketplace in September 2013 and it’s been gaining popularity rapidly ever since. Every system we’ve compared it to; VUE matches or exceeds performance – with no processing required. So far, VUE has surpassed our expectations in every application.”

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