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K-array solutions the best fit for Tuscan concept store

A range of K-array audio solutions have been specified for Toscanino, a newly opened concept store developed to spread Tuscan culture, values and traditions outside the region.

Toscanino is located in Milan and promotes items made in Tuscany around the globe by providing high quality products and craftsmanship typical of the region, manufactured by 150 reputable brands and artisans in the gastronomic and home furnishings sectors. The store includes a restaurant, a food market and a kitchen for teaching as well as tasting. The project was developed by Tuscan Simone Arnetoli, founder of Galateo Ricevimenti, who aims to open another eight outlets in Europe by 2020 and distribute worldwide to countries like Japan, China, the United States and Russia.

The company stakeholders selected K-array as the audio solution including four ultra-mini Lyzard-KZ12 line arrays installed in the mezzanine of the store. The loudspeakers were paired with two compact Rumble-KU26 subwoofers for the low-end frequencies. On the ground level, three Kobra-KK52 speakers and one Rumble-KU210 subwoofer have been employed with one Kommander-KA24 powering both areas.

To regulate the volume of the two areas independently, the KA-POT1 accessory was added in the bar area so management can adjust at their convenience.

Massimo Fontani, system integrator at GSM Impianti commented: “In Toscanino, the K-array system was crucial to a sucessful installation along with the valuable contributions from our friends at Exhibo who carefully followed the project step-by-step. Now we are ready for the next store opening.”

“We are thrilled with our new audio system solution,” said Simone Arnetoli, founder of Toscanino. “It not only sounds great and enhances the ambiance, but it furthers our commitment to promoting our heritage and products made in Tuscany worldwide. There could not have been a better fit than K-array!”