RCF system chosen for Italian palace

RCF has recently provided the audio system for the Palazzina di Caccia di Stupinigi, one of the residences of the Royal House of Savoy, which was built by architect Filippo Juvarra in 1731.

The project was designed by RCF’s project design office, based on an original plan by Sergio Berno of EL Engineering Services. The installation was carried out by Orion Gesta.

The main audio system is the RX4000, a completely integrated solution for vocie evacuation, paging and background music. It is EN60849 and CEI 100-55 compliant.

The main controller manages two further units, located in other parts of the building, which are connected to it via Cat5 cables. The audio system is divided into 11 zones, managed by the CP4100 main unit.

BM4716 microphone consoles with an LCD display are used to control the system as well as a fireman’s paging console. Sound was reproduced using a selection of RCF loudspeakers, including DP1TG sound projectors, MQ80P and DU100X units.

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