The Reduta Bratislava, constructed in 1773, is home to the Slovak Philharmonic orchestra. Over the past two years, the building underwent a thorough renovation that included the installation of an RTS Zeus II matrix intercom. Bratislava-based specialists Centron Slovakia specified and installed the new system. The automatic keypanel recognition and addressing of the Zeus III are especially user-friendly,” said Radoslav Bako, Centron’s managing director. “They save you any amount of time when configuring the system and you can extend it at any time with no problems via Ethernet.” The matrix is linked to 11 operating consoles in various parts of the building as well as 14 keypanels from RTS’s DKP-612, DKP-412, BKP-4, MKP-12 and KP-832-20 series. Fifteen RTS MCP-90-12 microphones and 19 headsets from Telex (from the HR-1R, PH-1R and PH-44 series) further facilitate communication between personnel. An RTS BTR-240 and a BTR-800 base station as well as two RTS TR-240, four RTS TR-800 and six BP-351 belt packs round off the installation. “This solution makes it possible for multiple users to speak and listen to one another simultaneously via radio,” said Bako. “That is of critical importance not simply because it allows the staff to function more efficiently as a team during rehearsals and performances but also because in the event of an emergency it could even save lives.” www.rtsintercoms.com
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