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Community, Audica Pro solution for Cracow uni conference hall

David Davies 21 November 2011
Community, Audica Pro solution for Cracow uni conference hall

Tommex Żebrowscy Sp. J. recently designed, supplied and installed new audio systems for the Kotłownia – the conference and exhibition hall of The Tadeusz Kościuszko Cracow University of Technology (Politechnika Krakowska).

For the 220-seat conference room, the key priorities were to ensure high intelligibility and precise pattern control for the delegate area. To satisfy these requirements, Tommex installed two Community ENTASYS three-way, full-range column line array loudspeaker systems, supplemented by a low profile Community VLF208 subwoofer.

The system is driven by a Dynacord DSA 8410 amplifier, equipped with an RCM810 IRIS-Net module for remote control and supervision, while processing is provided by a Dynacord DSP 600.

A high quality, wide coverage background music and speech system was the order of the day for the gallery, where Tommex installed an Audica Professional MICROseries configuration featuring a MICROzone preamp/controller, a MICROplus 4-channel power amplifier, and eight MICROline loudspeakers. An Audica IR receiver was also installed in the gallery to allow the MICROzone to be remote-controlled from within the room.

Both systems are fed by a Dynacord CMS compact mix, allowing for a common signal to both or for each system to be deployed independently.

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