Step inside BLITZ in Munich and you'll be treated to "one of the largest soundsystems Void Acoustics has ever designed."
The 600-capacity techno venue, located in the Forum der Technik of Deutsches Museum, has given DJs such as residents Zenker Brothers, Lena Willikens and Pearson Sound to have their sets projected through a world's first in the four-point custom Incubus soundsystem. The main room system consists of Air Vantage DJ monitors and four custom Stasys Phil speakers to "complete the sonic experience," according to Void.
Void has ensured Room Two is an equally pleasurable experience for the ears with Air Vantage mid/high loudspeakers, a Nexus X and Q low frequency system, and Air Stream monitors.
BLITZ founder David Muallem believes his partnership with Void Acoustics is a match made in audio heaven.
"I’ve found the perfect partner with Void Acoustics, as the people behind it share this very important characteristic, challenging the status quo by making the undoable doable, thereby making my vision a reality."
Mullaem added the the team at Void was actively encouraging him to pursue his goal of creating a totally unique soundsystem.
"From all the loudspeaker developers I’ve talked to about BLITZ, the people from Void Acoustics were the ones pushing me in my dreams and going the extra mile in every aspect, in order to create the wonderful, outstanding, one-of-a-kind, custom-made sound system and acoustic space you can now experience at BLITZ.”