Kung Fu, Nashville

Jan 2, 2017

Kung Fu Saloon and Arcade in Nashville

DJ112 Monitor and SV8 MicroMain Speakers Combine with SSP218 Subwoofer for Premier Club-Level Sound at Sprawling Barcade in Midtown Nashville

Nashville, TN, January 25, 2017 — While it is no longer a rarity for a bar to sport a deep beer selection in a happening American city like Nashville, TN, Kung Fu Saloon might have more different kinds of fun on tap than any other single venue in the area. With live DJs, over 20 classic arcade games ranging from Street Fighter II to NBA Jam, old-school games like Giant Jenga and Skeeball, private karaoke rooms, a massive outdoor patio, and 24 carefully selected tap beers to choose from, there is something here to tickle the fancy of anyone who walks through its Midtown doors.

“We’ve got DJs of all genres coming in here, so we needed that high level of output to have it really feel like a club,” Cramer explains. “It’s amazing how much sound comes out of these little things, and without any distortion. The DJs are always amazed.”


Big Bottom

Where the compact DJ112 Monitor speakers leave off, the dual SSP218 Subwoofer take over. Just two of these subs gives Cramer plenty of deep bass for anything his performing DJ guests might throw at them. Lee was able to stash the two subs out of the way between some of the Saloon’s arcade cabinets. “You can really feel the bass from these things throughout the whole club. They sound a lot bigger than they are physically,” Cramer says.

The Sound of Success

Kung Fu Saloon Nashville, which opened in December, is already a runaway success. Cramer has been extremely pleased with the role BASSBOSS loudspeakers have played as the bar continues to build a devoted following. “The BASSBOSS reputation speaks for itself in terms of reliability, and knowing we can count on that high quality sound day in, day out, is a huge relief,” he says.

Next up for Cramer and BASSBOSS will be a retrofit of their existing Kung Fu Saloon Dallas location. “Based on our success here in Nashville, there’s no question that we want to level up our other locations to BASSBOSS sound.”