Bosch audio systems power entertainment at luxury hotel

Bosch audio systems power entertainment at luxury hotel
Atempo has ensured guests at the five-star Liberty Fabay Hotel in Turkey have exceptional entertainment facilities with a vast AVL technology deployment.

Electro-Voice loudspeakers and Dynacord amplifiers play a crucial role in the systems delivered to the 553-room hotel situated on Turkey’s southwestern Turquoise Coast, that includes a nightclub inside a pier stretching into the Mediterranean Sea.

An outdoor performance area caters to all types of productions and required a powerful and versatile sound system that could cover the audience area with ease. Atempo selected the X1 line-array system and specified two hangs of four flown cabinets per side, supplemented with low-end reinforcement from X12-128 dual-18-in subwoofers under the stage.

Volkan Konuralp, board president at Atempo, said: “The horisontal length of the target area for sound propagation is not too long, and we’ve been able to cover it sufficiently with four X1 modules per side.

“After the installation, we carried out a series of demonstrations to the hotel management and several rental companies in the area, for which we received great feedback. More importantly, we’ve also had positive comments from hotel guests.”

TGX series power amplifiers were selected to drive the system, while Sonicue sound system software provides the control.

Away from the stage, ZX5 cabinets powered by L-Series amplifiers were selected to provide the soundscape around the outdoor swimming pool. Eight of the cabinets were mounted on specially constructed covered pylons and hung in pairs around the pool. These are driven by two L2800FD amplifiers to ensure smooth, even sound for the animated show that takes place at the pool.

The Atempo team faced entirely different challenges when it came to the nightclub inside the hotel. Here they opted for ELX200 loudspeakers to provide the precise and consistent coverage required within the venue.

“The floors above the nightclub are accommodation, so we didn’t want the sound system to disturb guests,” explained Konuralp. “We prioritised homogenous sound distribution and clarity to deliver balanced, high sound reinforcement for this area.”

The 12 ELX200 cabinets (four of each of the passive 15-in, 10-in and 18-in subwoofer) are driven by three L-Series amplifiers.


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