Over the years we’ve tried almost every commercial loudspeaker line out there. VUE’s i-Class delivers great performance and build quality. I feel very confident that the VUE systems will serve our customers reliably for many years to come.

David SayahVP of OperationsBe Media

Truextent Beryllium

Learn why VUE’s use of beryllium allows VUE systems to provide audiophile quality high-frequency clarity and detail unique to high output systems.
Beryllium’s extremely high stiffness-to-mass ratio, outperforms both aluminum and titanium by dramatically reducing mechanical deformation (breakup), and shifting resonant frequencies outside the audible range. As a result, beryllium offers the potential to advance loudspeaker performance well beyond today’s “state-of-the-art” systems.

Want to understand the latest developments in line array technology?

ACOUSTIC LINEARITY is the sum total of the process and technology that went into developing the al-Class. The Acoustic Linearity White Paper covers the development of line array loudspeakers from the 1930’s through Continuous Source Topology (CST™) technology as applied in the VUE al-Class systems that offer useful and flexible suite of sound reinforcement tools to address a wide range of field applications.

VUE and Access Audio Turn Up the Volume at Grace Point Church Rally

With coverage precision, intelligibility and easy rigging topping the list of “must haves” for the Grace Point event, Access Audio’s Director of Operations, Chris Knueven wasted no time specifying VUE al-8 line array stems complete with companion al-8SB flyable subwoofers for low-frequency extension.

“VUE’s al-Class arrays provide excellent coverage and are very musical, especially in the mid-range,” explained Knueven. “Having both al-4s and al-8s in our shop allows us to create coherent arrays of almost any size, or break the system up into smaller PA’s as well. The system rigs really quickly and sounds great for both music and spoken word, all of which are critically important in the house-of-worship market.”

VUE Delivers the Future at HUBweek Boston

High Output Inc. and VUE triumph over uniquely challenging venue configuration

December 21st, 2017 – Escondido, Ca. – Geodesic domes and shipping containers were innovatively transformed into a futuristic staging ground for Boston’s third annual HUBweek this past October at City Hall Plaza. The festival brought together more than 50,000 of the most creative and inventive minds in art, science, and technology for demonstrations, performances, and workshops devoted to attacking big problems in our society. The main focus on making life better and improving the human condition at both a local and global level.

VUE Takes to the Ring with HBO World Championship Boxing

Citing its flexibility and class-leading size-to-performance ratio, Audio Visual Live, Inc. (“AVL”) recently deployed a VUE al-8 line array system for the HBO Boxing After Dark live broadcast event on January 27, 2018. Looking to strike the ideal balance of intelligibility, directionality and SPL, AVL identified the VUE line array as the best option for the challenging, low-headroom indoor arena, The Forum, in Los Angeles.

AVL has handled production for many televised boxing events for promoters across multiple networks. This venue has always presented a challenging tradeoff between ideal system performance and size.

As is typical with live-broadcasts, AVL needed a system that could handle a range of material — from high-SPL DJ performances to the ring announcer’s spoken word — all without disruption to the live TV broadcast. Directionality and precision of coverage were also key to avoid covering areas that require lower SPL. Adding to the challenge was a relatively low 30-foot clearance from the top of the lighting truss to the venue ceiling.

VUE Brings Holiday Cheer to Oslo’s Dubliner Folk Pub

Well-known for its mix of ambiance, Irish fare and late-night live music, the Dubliner Folk Pub was in need of a sound system retrofit to deliver a more world-class sonic experience for its patrons and visiting acts. Centered around a live-stage area, the Pub hosts a wide array of local and international acts and boasts three separate themed bars, as well as an outdoor patio — a configuration that traditionally posed a variety of challenges for both coverage and sightlines.