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Xilica Solaro FR1 finds a home at The Stables

Xilica Solaro FR1 finds a home at The Stables

Xilica Solaro FR1 finds a home at The Stables

Australia:

Bendooley Estate, a destination resort in the Southern Highlands of Australia, has built a new event space for hosting family and corporate functions: The Stables. With a wide range of events to accomodate, The Stables required an audio setup capable of handling different configurations, with easy-to-use control panels that can be operated by non-technical staff. Therefore, project integrator Rec01L Audio opted to install a Xilica Solaro FR1 DSP.

The Solaro FR1 system at The Stables has been configured as a 6-in/14-out system. Its inputs include wireless microphones and a BGM system, while the outputs include power amplifiers that feed the loudspeakers in the reception, bar and on the dancefloor. The audio setup features Community Professional loudspeakers and amplifiers from Australian Monitor.

It has also been equipped with a rear module that enables the transport of 64x64 channels of Dante networked audio for when the venue hosts conferences and other corporate gatherings. A pair of XTouch control panels have been installed for ease-of-use when controlling the system. In addition, Xilica’s iOS/Android control app has been installed on an iPad for remote control capabilities.

'Audio quality was always going to be a must, not least because the Bendooley Estate has a long history of hosting premier wedding receptions and family events, and they are going to be an important element of the calendar going forward,' explained Rec01L Audio’s managing director. 'But we also needed real flexibility of configuration and audio quality for the corporate events that The Stables is expected to host. After investigating the current Xilica range, we were in no doubt that the Solaro FR1 could provide the flexibility required to cope with the various speech, live performance and background music sources. The capacity to support Dante networking was another benefit, as was the general value for money.'



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