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Analog Way Equipment Supports SCB Wealth Forum in Bangkok

KS Plus Light & Sound Co., Ltd., a leading AV company in Thailand, chose a complement of Analog Way products to support the SCB Wealth Forum 2019 in Bangkok. 

SCB (Siam Commercial Bank) was chartered more than one hundred years ago as the first Thai bank.  The Wealth Forum conference and awards dinner, held at the IMPACT Muangthong Thani commercial complex, was serviced by Analog Way’s office in Hong Kong, which provided Ascender seamless switchers and videowall processors and Pulse²-3G and Smart Quad high-resolution mixer and seamless presentation switchers.

“We have been using Analog Way equipment since we started our audiovisual department, KS Plus Light & Sound System Co., Ltd., and always have confidence in their products,” says Nok Tan, General Manager of the company.  “For the main conference in the Grand Diamond Ballroom we used two Ascenders 48-4K and an Ascender 32-4K to drive a curved LED videowall measuring 31 x 3.5 meters.  The videowall had many layers of 4K imagery and the Ascenders helped us achieve the client’s goal.”


Additionally, KS Plus Light & Sound Company used three Analog Way Pulse²-3G systems and a Smart Quad to drive displays in the forum’s breakout rooms.

“The Analog Way equipment was integrated with our overall AV system to take inputs from the live video feed and live Lucky Draw software,” she explains.  “We rely on AV stability for all of our events and we feel comfortable and confident with these products. Everything performed just great.”

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