Crest Audio Amps Drive Istanbul’s Dogus Otomotion Complex

ISTANBUL, Turkey ? Dogus Otomtion is billed as a unique marketing experience based on the concept of bringing together the premium automobile brands distributed by Dogus Otomotiv ? Volkswagen, Audi, Bentley, Lamborghini and Porsche among them ? with the world of art, design and technology. The 300,000-square-foot Otomotion complex houses a vast range of vehicle showrooms, conference and meeting rooms, a distinctly original restaurant, a children’s club and an exhibition halls, all of which are part of a youthful, dynamic and innovative platform to bring together state-of-the-art technology, unique architecture and a passion for cars. Crest Audio distributor and leading Turkish AV systems integrator Telesine supplied and installed the AV, lighting and control equipment for the project, including the Crest Audio CA™ Series amplifiers that power the venue. "The Crest Audio CA Series amplifiers offer tremendous value in proven amplifier technology," said Telesine’s Hakan Gurun. "These amplifiers have been tried and tested and have proved their worth time and time again. In a big, prestigious project like this, we can’t afford to specify equipment that we are not 100% confident about. We know that with CA Series amplifiers, we can sleep easy at night!" Telesine specified a total of twenty-eight Crest Audio amplifiers from the legendary CA Series to drive the venue’s sound system, which is zoned into five areas throughout the main hall plus five additional areas. A total of twelve powerful CA9 amplifiers (8 ohms stereo into 600 watts or 4 ohms stereo into 900 watts) were selected for the ambient sound areas around the domes and stairs (zone 2), the under-balcony speakers (zone 3), the Porsche and Bentley areas (zone 4), the Entrance and Exhibit area (zone 5), and the Kids area. Nine CA6 amplifiers delivering 8 ohms stereo into 400 watts (or 4 ohms stereo into 600 watts) were specified for the Experience Dome, the Hospitality Dome and the Future of Motion exhibit, and seven CA2 amplifiers were chosen for the Main Showroom area.