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PSI monitors for NFTS

Posted on: Monday 22nd of January 2018

psiaudio_nfts_smSwiss studio monitor manufacturer PSI Audio was chosen to provide the audio monitoring for dozens of new studios at the world renowned National Film and Television School in Beaconsfield near London, UK. After a long and meticulous selection process, the NFTS picked PSI Audio monitors from an initial set of seven brands and 15 models. Well known for its high quality standards, the NFTS would not settle for less than ideal. Founded in 1971, the NFTS has established itself as one of the world’s leading film schools, and the newly-opened ambitious £20m expansion scheme at the UK’s pre-eminent training centre was profiled in Resolution V16.6. One major aspect of the NFTS is bringing the students together for projects, as Senior Supervising Engineer Jérémy Rodeschini explains. “Everyone is invited to collaborate on the story.” This heavy focus on the creative part of the process also means that the technology involved needs to work without requiring too much effort and attention.”
After the speakers were installed in the studios, Rodeschini noticed a remarkable change. “Nobody was talking about the speakers anymore,” he says with a smile. “After all the discussions during the selection process, nobody was talking about the speakers after they were installed.”
The NFTS bought PSI Audio A14-M, A17-M, A21-M monitors and A125-M subwoofers. Manufactured to the highest standards and built to last a lifetime, the PSI Audio speakers deliver top end sound performance with incredible precision and no colouration. They are available immediately at the following prices:
A14-M: £998 inc vat
A17-M: £1,587 inc vat
A21-M: £2,534 inc vat
A125-M: £2,300 inc vat
www.psiaudio.swiss
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