Nestled by the Swan River and right in front of Perth’s Optus Stadium, The Camfield boasts an impressive 9,000 square metres, 3,000 person capacity with 300 kegs of beer delivered every week, 125 kegs of beer made in-house all served along a 80m bar, across 175 beer taps and by 180 staff on an average night. All that and only 2 km from the Perth CBD.
Then there’s 96 Electro-Voice loudspeakers and amplifiers used to provide sound for functions, ambience and pure raw entertainment, whether it’s a game coverage or live music in its spacious beer garden. Engineered in Germany, the CPS 2 and 4 channel amplifiers are industry workhorses known for their reliability and value for money.
The pub is extremely spacious, and welcoming at the same time. It caters for a wide variety of patrons and uses: from the sports fan visiting next door, to workers popping in for lunch or an after work drink, through to meals with friends and family, or corporate events of all shapes and sizes. Not only does The Camfield provide the suitable spaces, extensive menus and a wide selection of beverages (including in-house microbrewery products) for a wide variety of patrons, it also features the professional audio system required for a venue this size.
Marcus Stackpole, Project Manager from Vision Cabling explains why Electro-Voice gear was chosen for the project. “Vision Cabling Systems designed the concept around the EVID-S wall-mount and the ZX5Pi weatherised range for the performance, quality and ease of installation. Backed with The Camfield being so close to the Swan River, speakers that could perform in an environment such as this were integral to deliver the project. Since the opening of the venue the support for the product from an integrator’s perspective has been outstanding and we look forward to working with Electro-Voice and Audio Source again on upcoming projects. The performance of both the indoor and outdoor speakers selected outdoes what was proposed to the client, exceeding their expectations and delivering a higher quality of sound than previously thought with acoustic challenges throughout the venue including stadium ambience.”
Read the full case study on The Camfield project.