VUE Audiotechnik | High-output, low-distortion loudspeaker systems
So far we’ve received nothing but positive feedback about the VUE speakers. We’re extremely pleased and feel very confident that moving forward with VUE will produce many more positive results for our clients and their guests.
The VUE speakers blended perfectly and required virtually no tweaking right out of the box. Most importantly, Brian’s voice and guitar sounded way more natural than anything we’ve ever achieved before. I was simply blown away.
I can say with some confidence that you would not regret picking up a VUE system of any size. If this sound is any indication of the continued quality that VUE will uphold, then I cannot wait to see them put it into a line array system.
I’ve used most of the major brands but have always struggled to balance size, output and sound quality without stressing the budget. From the moment I first heard VUE’s a-Class I knew they’d finally hit my mark. There’s simply nothing out there that can touch these speakers in terms of sound quality and output for the price.
I felt instantly comfortable with the VUE system [al-8]. It was beautiful, really smooth and totally responsive. I could literally feel it in my body it was so clear. I loved it.
The most salient single aspect of the [VUE] demo was the consistency of voicing across the entire product line. Even the smallest cabinets impressed with their forward voicing, punch and clarity.
We started using VUE systems late last year and have been consistently impressed with the company’s products and commitment to service
VUE made a huge effort to ship white i-4.5′s all the way from California by plane so that we could finish on time. I love working with companies like that.
The al-4 not only delivered exceptional coverage and sound quality, but it did so with almost no tweaking. …I’ve never experienced a line array as predictable and consistent as the al-4.
VUE’s al-8’s are an outstanding new concert speaker system that will revolutionize the industry sound as we know it.
First Presbyterian Church in Salinas, CA has completed the installation of a comprehensive sound system from VUE Audiotechnik. Established more than 100 years ago, the house of worship has been in its current 1,500-seat location for more than a decade, around which time it installed its previous PA system. In an effort to make the system more current, the audio team at the church decided it was time to upgrade to VUE Audiotechnik’s cutting-edge sound system technology.
VUE Audiotechnik is pleased to announce a new version of its SystemVUE software for network monitoring and control. The software, which allows users to access and control VUE equipment via a wired or wireless TCP/IP based Ethernet connection, now includes a significantly updated interface and a host of new control capabilities. Chief among the latest features is a powerful user controlled system EQ with ten filters on each system input.
Recognizing from the start that audio networking is essential to the future of sound systems, the team at VUE Audiotechnik included Ethernet in both product lines to accommodate control, with the expectation that future expansion would include Dante audio networking. With the recent unveiling of the Dante Ultimo chip, a cost-effective but feature-rich Dante solution for low channel-count applications, all VUE DSP systems can now include the functionality at a competitive price point. Like every Dante product, the Ultimo allows the VUE h-class and V Series systems to operate in any Dante environment, with routing of audio streams for each individual Dante-enabled product.
Held at the H3 Arena in Fornebu, The Voice Norway 2015 employed a state-of-the-art sound system from VUE Audiotechnik, designed and installed by avonlyd as. The vocal competition, produced by Nordisk Film TV and Kurder King Production AS, spanned a period of several months, starting earlier this year with blind audition rounds, then narrowing the field to 40 contestants, and ultimately down to a single vocalist. On June 5 — the final night of the vocal competition — it was announced that Yvonne Nordvik Siversten was the winner.
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