Installation
RCF’s powerful Acustica series, especially tuned for nightclubs, has been specified throughout No Saints’ new flagship nightclub, Wonderland in Maidstone.
The former 1800-capacity Liquid has been reshaped, from a circular into square dancefloor in the vast main room (called ‘Tomorrow’) with four pairs of the new H1312 throwing tightly dispersed, directional energy onto the dancefloor from their position high up on the lighting rig.
Says the club’s head of promotions, Richie Carrera, “The sound system competes with anything you will find in a UK nightclub. It’s as close to a Ministry of Sound experience as you will get.”
The three way system, run in biamped mode, incorporate a 12” woofer, a 8” cone midrange and a 1” exit titanium compression driver for long throw applications, and is complemented by four floor-standing TTS28 subs — two in front of the stage and two in front of the DJ booth.
However, it’s not just dance music that these speakers are tasked with reinforcing but a range of events, including boxing matches, fashion shows and high profile artiste PA’s.
From the moment clubbers enter via the escalators, they are immersed in a world of advanced sound and lighting, specified and designed by Mark Damon of Essex-based Cosmic Electronics.
His company has a long trading history with RCF. “We have used RCF components throughout the club,” he confirmed. “Because No Saints wanted an open plan venueeverything had to be flown, with the bass bins on the floor; but everyone is delighted with the coverage, and the clarity of the system.”
The H series has a very narrow angle dispersion and can be focused accurately, enabling the sound to drop off dramatically away from the dancefloor. “As this is a multi-tasking cab it is perfect for the many different promotions planned by the club, including artiste PA’s,” says Damon.
The club’s experienced general manager John Barnes also describes the sound as being “phenomenal” — particularly in the upper frequencies — and says it has been wowing audiences at both the indie Propaganda Friday night promotions and their own regular Saturday nights.
Away from the dancefloor, Cosmic have turned to RCF’s C3110 wide dispersion/nearfield boxes for peripheral sound, with eight dispersed around the main club and a further eight in the reception and entrance areas.
Meanwhile, the venue’s subsidiary ‘retro’ club (called ‘Yesterday’) hosts four RCF C5212W 12in enclosures and two S8028 (2 x 18in) woofers with C3108’s, used both for peripheral sound here and as the main VIP Room system, where two S8015 (1 x 15in) woofers also provide LF extension.
Powering the rig are a combination of RCF’s HPS 1500, 2500 and 3000 and 1500, operating in standard or bridge configuration, while RCF AM2080 and AM2320 100V line mixer amps are assigned to running the exterior speakers on the smoking terrace. It is worth mentioning the amp rack — as it must be the only one in the country that is swathed in a constantly changing colour wash, initiated by LED tape!
In summary, Mark Damon says of the Acustica series, “We had not used the H series previously — we took it on recommendation and we are pleased that we did. Because it would be suspended so high we needed a long throw cab that was more high-powered than the C series" — and this really delivers.
“The entire RCF rig is reliable, dependable and we have had no issues. The back-up has been excellent and whether we are equipping small or large floors, RCF has a cabinet suitable for each scenario.”
And John Barnes is equally effusive. “Having worked here previously I wanted to make Wonderland an entirely different clubbing experience — designed more like a rock ‘n’ roll arena with a festival type atmosphere".
“The RCF sound system goes a long way to helping us achieve that, and so far we have had a brilliant reaction.”
Installation
The Station is a new partnership project aimed at delivering a world-class, 32,000 sq ft facility for all young people in Bristol.
Fronted by Creative Youth Network, and based in a former city centre fire station — which at various times has functioned as a café bar and nightclub — the technical infrastructure was created by Stage Electrics, who leaned heavily towards RCF’s Acustica speaker series when specifying the multi-functional main performance space.
Anne Pengelly, Stage Electrics Business Development Manager (Technical), says that RCF is increasingly becoming her ‘go to’ brand when it comes to loudspeaker specification. “I am always keen to bring RCF to clients’ attention, particularly Acustica; once they have experienced a demo they are generally convinced.”
Realising that the main 500-capacity Multi Use Room needed to function variously as a live performance stage, a conference and presentation facility and a 7.1 surround cinema system, the RCF solution, she says, was staring her in the face.
“The biggest requirement was clearly flexibility,” said Pengelly. “We had provided a similar Acustica installation in a 200 seat theatre in a school in Cornwall. The result was spectacular — and the audio quality of the RCF PA exceeded all expectations so we didn't need to look beyond that.”
Under the direction of Stage Electrics project manager Richard Coombes, the ground floor Kitchen, Chill Out room, rehearsal/recording room and ballet / dance studio on the top floor were all sensitively equipped, with a close eye on the budget.
Again RCF ticked all the boxes. Four of the new RCF Acustica C5212-94 full range narrow dispersion enclosures are flown in pairs left and right above the Prolyte StageDex stage, with a pair of Acustica C3110 grid-mounted at the mid point and a further pair at the rear. These either form the surround when in 7.1 cinema mode or act as delays when the BSS London BLU DSP gain preset flips to conventional stage mode.
At the stage end a pair of Acustica S8018 subs are floor mounted left and right, and four RCF NX12SMA powered wedges provide artistes with their reference sound.
A perfect set-up then for Tinchy Stryder, who appeared to a packed audience on a gala opening weekend that was also attended by David Milliband.
Elsewhere a pair of powered RCF ART310-A form part of a portable kit on tripods, that is capable of moving around the three floors, while a further pair of ART310-A’s are fixed in the band practice room — and four passive ART 310’s are mounted on the four corners of the Dance Studio.
But RCF’s involvement doesn't end there. Stage Electrics designed the venue into five paging and show relay zones — three backstage areas and two at front of house. Showing the versatility of its portfolio, from its Commercial range RCF has also provided 12 tiny DM41 white background/paging speakers, which are distributed around the venue.
Richard Coombes has overseen a highly progressive install, with all projection (onto 6m electric dropdown screen) and digital audio run over CAT5 — with plenty of tie-lines and facility panels provided, so that live events can be recorded upstairs and on spec acoustic performances can take place in, for example, The Kitchen refectory area.
Sensitive to the budget they have also provided leading branded video projection, lanterns and moving lights from ex hire stock and provided a full day’s PASMA (access tower training) course as part of a package that includes comms, staging, curtain track, wireless mics, environmental and production lighting control and dimming.
All of which should be more than satisfactory for Creative Youth Network and its Chief Executive, Sandy Hore-Ruthven, who stated, “Stage Electrics have helped make The Station a first class venue for young people in Bristol. Their expertise, project management and support took Creative Youth Network from an idea with no knowledge to a fully functioning venue that is inspiring young people across the city.”
But the final word on the RCF sound system comes from Programme Director, James Hutchinson, who confirmed, “The [RCF] system will be suitable for all of the events taking place in this venue.”
Key partners of The Station include: Bristol City Council, Young Bristol, Business West, Brook, Basement Studios & Bristol YMCA. The Station is partly funded by the myplace scheme: a multi-million pound government programme to deliver world class places for young people to go.
More details available on www.thestationbristol.org.uk
Event
The 47th Pori Jazz Festival took place recently in the Finnish west coast city.
The annual event was held over nine days, during which there were 126 concerts — 89 of which were free — taking place in a total of 14 venues. The atmosphere and attendance were again excellent, with Pori Jazz selling 48,000 tickets, while in total around 140,000 people attended.
One of the venues used for experimental and modern music was the 150-capacity Ultra Music Nights @Theatre. Here Noretron Communications, RCF’s Finnish distributor, equipped the small stage with a potent but discreet TT+ Theatre & Touring active column speaker array system for a series of sold-out shows.
By deploying six TTL11-AH/AB assemblies and TTS26-A subwoofer (in Left/Right configurations), managed by the dedicated RDNet control interface, a superior audio performance was ensured, with excellent coverage and low visual impact.
In total more than 30 RCF TT+ Series cabinets were in use in five different stage locations during the course of the festival, including ten TT25-SMA monitors on the Pori Theatre stage, four TT25-SMA on the Jazz Street Stage, six TT25-SMA (along with two NX L23A and 4PRO 8001AS) on the Voodoo Stage, four TT25-SMA on the Garden Stage … along with an additional ancillary NX and ART Series speakers.
According to Pori Jazz Festival’s production manager Jari Leskinen, from a production viewpoint the festival was a major success, with the 100 or so RCF loudspeakers on duty performing superbly.
Event
Edison, NJ - October 2012… 28-year-old country music star Levi Riggs believes that "fans deserve a great show, great music and it should be heard on a great sounding system."
He recently backed up this point by upgrading to a RCF D LINE active line array system which he purchased from Soundworks Systems in Stevens Point, Wisconsin.
"I had been touring with a different system for the last year or two but as my fan base has grown so has the size of the venues I perform in," Riggs explains. "It was important that I have a system that could produce the volume I need without any distortion. When I heard the D LINE array I knew it was exactly what I was looking for."
The system, which consists of eight HDL20-A line array modules and four SUB 8006-AS subwoofers, more than accommodates the current and future needs of the upcoming talent.
"Because it's scalable we can use four HDL20-As and two of the SUB 8006-AS subs to great effect in smaller venues or add more tops and bottoms seamlessly for more coverage at larger shows," says Riggs. "It has also been extremely useful to be able to adjust the arrays so that they are covering audience areas directly in front of the stage or up in a mezzanine – it makes the system exceptionally flexible."
The self-powered HDL20-A cabinets feature a 1400 watt peak power 2-way digital amplifier with sound processing provided by proprietary DSP. The processing includes cluster and HF projection correction and special new presets for indoor and high curving situation.
Each module is loaded with state-of-the-art RCF transducers, two high output 10-inch drivers for solid bass reproduction and a large format 3-inch voice coil compression driver to deliver the vocal clarity and high definition that Riggs demands.
The Sub 8006-AS subwoofer is an active, high-power subwoofer featuring two 18-inch transducers with 4-inch inside/outside voice coils. Powered by a 2500 watt digital amplifier module, the SUB 8006-AS provides driving low end for the most demanding situations.
"The subwoofers absolutely blow my mind," Riggs adds. "With dual 18s in each of them you really get that thump in your chest that you want from a sub."
With an incredibly busy touring schedule during the next couple of months Riggs and his team will be breaking in the new RCF D LINE system throughout the Midwest.
"I have been amazed at how well the system works," Riggs concludes. "The vocals cut through the mix, the low end is terrific – I really couldn't ask for anything more."
Installation
Fast growing leisure operators No Saints have converted a former nightclub in Milton Keynes, the centerpiece of the Xscape Entertainment hub, into the surreal environment known as Wonderworld.
This new 1800 capacity themed venue has been designed into a nightclub twin-scene, respectively named ‘Tomorrow’ and ‘Yesterday’ — set around a Secret Garden’ (set behind wrought iron gates) and a resplendent red VIP lounge.
Working with main contractor, Optik Leisure, installation company Nightlife Consultancy has equipped all these zones with RCF loudspeakers, part of a complete multimedia integration. They were selected for their high performance, evenness of coverage and unobtrusive footprint. Their product selection ranges from the strident TT+ subs, set on the truss over the main Tomorrow dancefloor to the stylish, powered Art enclosures, playing background music in the private boutique Mind, Soul & Body rooms. All passive elements of the system are powered by dedicated RCF amplification.
Having worked with the brand back in Monitor 5 days, system designer Mark Dorney was familiar with RCF’s pedigree and chose it primarily for the clarity it delivered from different sound sources; this includes live bands, hard dance tracks from the DJ’s brace of Pioneer CDJ 2000’s, and background music from MP3 players. He said he always knew RCF drivers sounded “fabulous” — and again it has lived up to expectations.
Working within an ‘enchanted’ environment sensitively conceived by Terri Naylor of Dakota Design, he designed a digital network architecture, based around a dbx SC-32 digital matrix.
For general purpose he chose RCF’s Acustica C3108 compact, wide-dispersion, low visibility speakers. Six of these distributed in the Secret Garden, accompanied by three complementary S4012 subs, set discreetly behind unobtrusive grilles, will take any of the above feeds — selected locally from the remote ZC-1 zone control wall panels.
The DSP itself contains several EQ scene presets including: Main club scene; Fire evacuation; Conference mode; DJ stage and live band mode.
Stroll through the labyrinth of corridors and walkways, past disorienting infinity mirrors, fibre glowing ‘oak’ trees and astroturfed walls, and into the toilets, and the aural experience will be forever delivered via large quantities of RCF’s PL60FD flush-mount 100V line ceiling speakers.
Three of the most coveted spaces are the themed private lounges, with Regency styled chairs, named Mind, Body & Soul, complete with their own 46” HD TVs, controllable from an Android tablet, and minibars. Customers can choose their own sound source and in these bijou spaces Nightlife has sited a pair of RCF ART 408-A MII enclosures, accompanied by Ayra 10 active subwoofer. “This is a lovely sounding box,” states Mark Dorney of the latter. “The 10in box remains discreet but has a lot more juice than the Ayra 8 — and this is vital if they want to hold a karaoke session.”
The journey through time continues into the large nightclub, named ‘Tomorrow’ (dubbed ‘The Playground of the Future’). Around the periphery of the dancefloor Dorney has chosen six of RCF’s C3110 full range speakers, with rotatable horns, set in portrait mode — and it was this flexibility of of orientation that drove his decision.
But his carefully worked system design came unstuck when he was prevented from floor standing the subs he had earmarked. “It was also impractical to put them in the bulkhead so we had to fly them from the circular Prolyte overhead truss,” he reports. Instead Dorney turned to RCF’s TT+ (Touring & Theatre) range — selecting six TTS28 direct radiating, large format subwoofers, using flyware from Rope Assemblies.
Interspersed between are six RCF Acustica H1312 three way horn loaded controlled dispersion enclosures — chosen for their combination of low weight and “punchy crispness.” Some near fills provide extra presence at the stage, where a stylish DJ workstation has been bespoke manufactured by Nightlife Consultancy to house all the CDJ’s, DJM-2000 mixer and Soundcraft MFX20 band mixer.
Concealed behind a faux bookcase is a door leading to the VIP Lounge, alive with LED and red furnishing, which contains six further RCF C3108s in landscape format and two S4012 subs in each corner.
Finally, upstairs in the monochromatic black, chrome and stainless steel world of ‘Yesterday’ six C3108’s take care of the peripheral sound, while on the high-energy dancefloor two RCF S8028 (2 x 18) subs provide LF extension to the six low profile C4128 (2 x 8) boxes — flown horizontally — a perfect footprint for the low-clad ceiling and for the directional punchiness required, according to Mark Dorney.
The entire assembly of passive speakers is driven by RCF matched amps, with Nightlife Consultancy designing plenty of headroom into the system.
Assigned to Tomorrow are eight RCF DPS 3000’s, run in bridge mode, with one amp per sub. For the full range enclosures, three RCF HPS 2500, bridged in 4-ohm pairs, run the 12in LF section while the mids and high end are assigned to two HPS 1500s. Adastra 1U mixer amps run the distributed PL60 ceiling speakers while for ‘Yesterday’ (and the remainder of the venue) a DPS 3000, three HPS 2500s and two HPS 1500s have been specified — with UPS provided as back-up power supply.
Wonderworld general manager Jay Davidson, says the venue’s technology is a vast improvement on its predecessor, and credits Nightlife for the immense amount of work conducted in a short space of time. “The sound system is now phenomenal,” he says “The atmosphere has been transformed.”
Corporate
RCF’s MYTHO 8 reference monitor has scored a major success in the renowned Resolution Awards 2012.
It was voted Best Monitor by readers of the magazine in a fiercely competitive category that also included Adam Audio’s A77X, SE Munro’s The Egg and Unity Audio’s The Boulder.
MYTHO 8 is a two-way reference studio monitor equipped with two separate AB amplifiers — 200W for the low frequencies and 100 W for the high. This is designed to give it unparalleled low distortion characteristics, and a natural sound. It also features a unique “Impedance Control Coil” technology that has as primary effect the improvement of the temporal behaviour of the speaker, improving the crossover transition from the woofer to the tweeter and resulting in incredible midrange accuracy and perfect phase linearity.
It also features a high quality large metal dome tweeter and 8” neodymium vented woofer with large 51 mm voice coil that guarantees very high energy for tight and controlled bass reproduction and perfect thermal stability with minimum power compression. The magnetic circuit features a special air ventilation to reduce air compression, air noises and minimise distortion in large excursion situations.
With a dedicated high quality onboard DSP also provided on board, this feature set has captured the imagination of medium to large control rooms.
According to Resolution editor Zen Schoepe, “The awards major on quality and innovation and winning products are therefore judged to be exceptional in these terms.”
The nominations themselves were drawn from a panel of industry experts and practitioners and were voted for by registered Resolution readers — described as “the best informed readership in the industry.”
Corporate
Benny Benassi famoso produttore e Dj sta per intraprendere uno dei suoi piu' lunghi tour nell’America del Nord e ha deciso di utilizzare RCF, noto brand a livello mondiale nel campo dell' audio professionale.
Provenienti dallo stesso paese natale, Reggio Emilia, RCF e Benassi condividono la stessa visione di eccellenza nel proprio campo, rendendo la collaborazione una naturale evoluzione per entrambi. RCF allestirà il bus con cui Benny viaggerà nelle prossime settimane con alcuni prodotti di alto livello della gamma professionale offrendo anche la possibilità ad un fan di vincere una coppia di studio monitors RCF Ayra 6.
RCF e Benny Benassi sono subito entrati in sintonia, in quanto Benny è da tempo estimatore nel noto brand, uno dei leader del settore, produttore di centinaia di migliaia di casse ogni anno. Benny ha così commentato questa unione: "In quanto dj passo molto tempo lavorando con casse acustiche, e trovarne di qualità è sempre una sfida. Mi piace il suono che ottengo con le casse RCF e quindi quando si sono offerti di equipaggiare il mio “Tour bus” sono stato veramente contento. Il sistema audio del bus sarà eccezionale, grazie anche alla potenza dei subwoofers installati nel bagagliaio”.
E’ straordinario come Benny abbia trovato nel suo stesso paese natale, Reggio Emilia, un brand con la sua stessa filosofia: lavorare con eccellenza nel mondo della musica.
In partenza il 17 Ottobre, per 17 date, Benny Benassi guiderà il Rough Road Bus attraverso gli States, iniziando dal Texas per finire in Canada il 3 Novembre. I gruppi spalla saranno Krewella, Congorock e i nuovi Pink is Punk, il cui ultimo singolo ‘Perfect Storm’ featuring Benny Benassi uscirà il 16 Ottobre sotto etichetta Ultra Music.
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Event
Per il sesto anno consecutivo l'azienda francese di noleggio audio Polygone Equipment ha partecipato alla produzione della Foire de Douai presso il Gayant Expo.
In occasione della 68a edizione dell'evento, svoltasi ai primi di settembre, Polygone ha allestito un sistema RCF TTL-33A line array di altissima qualità durante dieci serate di concerti nella Hall 3000 (presso la Brasserie Carré), inaugurati dal leggendario Umberto Tozzi.

 Da trent'anni Polygone Equipment utilizza soluzioni RCF, un marchio con con il quale l'amministratore delegato Gérard Coucke ha sviluppato un rapporto privilegiato. "Con l'investimento nel modulo line array TTL 33-A e nei subwoofer TTS28A siamo diventati nel 2006 il primo partner professionale di RCF in Francia e probabilmente in tutta Europa", spiega Coucke.
"Nel 2011 abbiamo integrato i TTL55-A e TTS56-A grandi e stiamo attualmente valutando un ulteriormente ampliamento del sistema".
Per coprire una platea di 3.000 spettatori seduti alla Carré Brasserie, Polygone ha messo in campo venti TTL33-A sospesi, posizionati in due cluster su ciascun lato (con sei elementi rivolti frontalmente e quattro sospesi sui lati). Questi sono stati integrati da otto subwoofer TTS28-A e altri quattro TT08-A e TT052-A per la copertura frontale. Polygone ha inoltre fornito quattordici monitor da palco coassiali TT25-SMA e due subwoofer ART905-AS compatti per il drum fill.
Del resto Polygone non è nuova a questo tipo di location, avendo già lavorato nella Hall 7000, struttura in grado di ospitare fino a 13.000 spettatori. In occasione della Foire de Douai, l'azienda ha messo a disposizione ingegneri del suono e supporto tecnico di sistema durante gran parte dei concerti, con l'importante eccezione di Umberto Tozzi, il quale si è avvalso del suo staff di produzione. "Per lo staff tecnico è stata una sorpresa positiva lavorare in Francia con un impianto sonoro di questa potenza al 100% italiano", ricorda Coucke, il quale ha progettato personalmente l'impianto audio con i suoi tecnici.
"Il TTL33-A è un impianto altamente competitivo, compatto, facile da installare e in grado di fornire una copertura perfetta per eventi di questo tipo. Anche il TTL 55-A , offre prestazioni ad ampia escursione e può essere usato con il TTL33-A , come sistema complementare".
Dal punto di vista tecnico il festival è stato un enorme successo grazie alla partecipazione di artisti quali Julie Pietri, Herbert Leonard, Gilbert Montagné, Bernard Minet e l'Orchestra Kubiak.
Installation
Parken Stadium is Denmark’s national football stadium and the current home of FC Copenhagen. Built between 1990-1992 it currently has a capacity of 38,065 (for football matches) although for other events the stadium can hold as many as 50,000 people with an end-stage set-up and 55,000 with a centre-stage set-up.
In 2006–07 the club qualified for the UEFA Champions League for the first time in its history, and three years later became the first Danish club to ever reach the knockout stage of the Champions League.
Keeping pace with the club’s recent success, the Parken Stadium is equipped with a state of the art infrastructure, with a recently upgraded audio system. The Danish company Nordic Sales (part of the Matrix Group) delivered and installed a premium RCF loudspeaker system, working in close collaboration with the RCF project department, who specified the individual products, documentation, acoustic simulation, measurements and more.
”The new RCF speaker system at the Parken Stadium provides a perfect solution, and we have already received positive feedback from many people who say how impressed they are with the ‘new’ sound,” says Lars Bo Baadsgaard of Nordic Sales. “This is due to the close collaboration with RCF and their project team. With their knowledge of stadium installations, and particularly their recent experience with the new Juventus Stadium, we knew we could rely on their guidance when it came to designing the optimum speaker solution for the Parken Stadium.”
To cover the site, Nordic Sales specified 42 RCF Acustica H1315 WP, along with 18 RCF P4228 and 12 RCF H6045 fibreglass long-throw horns.
Each cluster contains three of the H1315 WP, a three-way full range loudspeaker system that incorporates a 15” LF transducer, a 10” cone MF transducer and a 1.4” exit titanium compression driver. It is especially designed to withstand exposure to weather without damage or loss of function to the speakers.
In addition, the RCF P4228 speakers have been installed to cover selected areas of the tribunes. This weatherproof, full range, wide-dispersion, two-way loudspeaker system offers substantial power and efficiency for a variety of professional indoor or outdoor applications. The HF section is a constant directivity CMD horn loaded with a 1.4” RCF Precision Neodymium compression driver with a 2.5” diaphragm assembly for smooth, wide dispersion. The low-frequency transducer is a double 8” woofer with a 2.5” voice coil.
Finally, the RCF H6045 fibreglass horns are equally designed to withstand all weathers and offer high sound reproduction quality and sound pressure levels. These horns are used as a separate evacuation set-up, which can be automatically activated if special alert messages are required, or as a safety back up for the bigger H1315 WP system
The total speaker set-up is controlled by a specially-designed system, where each section of the tribune (or groups of speakers) can be individually controlled, with its routing quickly reconfigured, and status of the separate audio lines monitored.
Another unique feature is that in the event of power failure the system can run in ‘battery mode’, so that alerts can still be flagged in the event of an evacuation procedure being required.
Besides being the home base for FC Copenhagen and the national soccer team, Parken Stadium is also used for hosting big events and concerts etc. In fact the new audio system has already proved its worth at several such events.
Installation
Astana Hz. Sultan Mosque is one of the distinguished buildings in Astana, capital of Kazakhstan. It features an incredible worship area of over 60.000m2 to allow for 10.000 people to pray at the same time. The main hall has 1 main and 8 smaller cupolas, of which the main has a diameter of 28 metres and a height of 43 metres. All floors are covered with specially woven carpets, resulting in a fair absorption on the higher end. Most surfaces expect for the floors are covered with marbles and encaustic tiles from Iznik, Turkey. This unparalleled beauty has a price to pay acoustically, making the halls extremely reverberant especially on the lower end, thus making the electroacoustical design the ultimate challenge.
Complete structure was modelled in EASE4.3 and the exhaustive design process started, adding and removing lots of speakers so as to keep the intelligibility and sound pressure levels as high as possible, taking into consideration that even the simple breathing of 10.000 people is a significant noise. Since the construction schedule was very tight, time spent for design was of a big issue. After days of around the clock recalculations, Asimetrik (Turkish integrator company) engineers came up with the final design using RCF’s TT+ Touring and Theatre series speakers, which not only solved the reverberation issues but also the abundant amplifier power in these small-in-size cabinets provided the power needed for the over 120.000m3 halls. The state of the art TTL11A-H and TTL11A-B arrays were placed on two sides of the altar (mihrab) to provide for the main source with 6 delay lines of TT051A speakers in the main hall and another TTL11A-H and TTL11A-B array for the extended praying area with 2 more delay lines of TT051A speakers to fill in all the corners and also to maintain an even coverage of sound pressure and a flat response for the entire praying area.
The importance of discretion of sound systems in such venues with spectacular features cannot be overstated. Thus, all these speakers were customized to fit in the colours of marbles and tiles. Following the installation and completion of the venue, measurements proved the design to be right, with remarkable coherence to the computer model.
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