Tommex chooses Coda Audio for Zamosc House of Culture

Tommex chooses Coda Audio for Zamosc House of Culture
Tommex has designed and supplied fixed and mobile Coda Audio systems for recently modernised multi-use culture centre in Zamosc, Poland.

The expansion and modernisation of the Zamosc House of Culture in southern Poland, more than fifty years after its original construction, included the complete refurbishment of its performance auditorium.

The addition of a balcony allowed for an increase in capacity to just over 400, whilst new evacuation staircases and improved disabled access were also key aspects of the project. To match the structural improvements, the venue also benefited from new sound, light and stage-management systems. The sound and stage-management systems were designed, delivered and commissioned by production specialists Tommex, who supplied Coda Audio systems to meet the audio brief.

At the Zamosc House of Culture, Tommex took careful account of the architecture of the auditorium to ensure optimal coverage, whilst minimising the risk of reflections in the newly configured room. By selecting products from the Coda Audio range, Tommex was able to design a system that could cater for the wide range of cultural events, concerts, theatre performances and conferences that take place in this multi-use auditorium.

The sound system was based around Coda Audio’s TiRAY product, consisting of two hangs of eight modules per side, supported by SCV-F sensor-controlled subwoofers. TiRAY is an ultra-compact two-way full range line array system, designed for small venues where high fidelity sound and outstanding intelligibility are essential. The main system is supplemented by D5-Cube units as front fill, and HOPS8i installed under the balcony. The overall system is powered by LINUS10C and LINUS14 amplifiers with built in DSP processors and was tuned by Szczepan Soltys.


As well as the auditorium system, the venue required a compact mobile system for outdoor use. For this Tommex supplied six Coda Audio N-APS arrayable point source loudspeakers. The N-APS offers variable horizontal directivity and can be flown or placed on tripods. The mobile system is completed by four SCV-F subwoofers which can be used in a cardioid or omnidirectional arrangement.

David Webster, director of global marketing at Coda Audio comments: “Once again, Tommex has designed and installed Coda systems to great effect. The Culture House at Zamosc stages a wide variety of productions, so it’s important that both fixed and mobile products offer optimum coverage, quality and flexibility. The choice of systems perfectly meets the needs of the venue, enabling every detail of a production to be heard with absolute clarity in every seat.”


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