Beijing Olympic Games
In 2007, DSPPA achieves a historic breakthrough in the PA system industry with a successful bid for the 2008 Olympic Games. After fierce competitions, DSPPA stands out from the rest and becomes the broadcast system supplier in the Beijing Olympic Games.
Public Address System in the OCD
The Olympic Common Domain (OCD), which covers an area of more than 400 hectares, is the main field where the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games takes place. It houses Asia's largest urban artificial drainage system, Asia's largest urban greening landscape, one of the world's widest pedestrian plazas, Asia's longest underground ring corridor. The OCD also houses the most important core fields of the Beijing Olympic Games: the well-known Bird’s Nest, the Water Cube which combines art with science and technology perfectly, the principle Olympic venue the National Indoor Stadium and the busiest place in Beijing Olympic Games, the Beijing Olympic Broadcasting Center Building. During the Beijing Olympic Games, there are numerous heads of state and heads of government from about 180countries or areas appearing in these areas.
DSPPA PA System will offer the best broadcast service for the most important areas in the OCD during the Olympic Games. Besides, DSPPA PA System will live up to expectations in offering the best background music as well as the most punctual and precise broadcast service for participants and visitors in the Beijing Olympic Games.
The OCD Tout Ensemble
DSPPA uses advanced PA technologies like Intelligent PA System, Network PA System, and Automatic PA Equipment which are leading PA technologies in the world.
MAG1189—Intelligent PA System Centre
MAG1335II—Dual Channel Power Amplifier
DA8030—8M/S Intelligent PA Amplifier
MAG1548—M/S Pre-amplifier Selector
MAG1548—M/S Pre-amplifier Switcher
MAG1488—Remote Paging Microphone
Inside the Olympic Broadcasting Center
DSPPA Broadcast System Employed in the Beijing Olympic Games
MAG5182—Network Public Address Center
MAG5406—Security Alarm Terminal
MAG5488IV—Remote Paging Microphone
Structure Diagram of OCD: