Trzebnica Culture House is a multi-purpose venue for a wide range of local events, including concerts, theatre productions, cinema, and conferences. Located in the town of Trzebnica, near Wrocław in southwest Poland, the Culture House has recently undergone a full program of modernization, including a new sound system for the venue’s updated 420-seat main theatre.
A+V, a specialist integrator, was awarded the contract for installing the sound system, with Damian Cieciora of A+V handling the Project Management. The company designed the system around Community’s new I SERIES loudspeakers to meet the quality required for each of the wide variety of applications.
Two Dynacord SL 2400 amplifiers power the full range loudspeakers and a further two SL 2400’s in bridge mode power the subs. Signal processing is provided by a Dynacord DSP 600, which is programmed by IRIS-Net software.
Left and right clusters each consist of a Community IP6-1122-94 loudspeaker to cover the closer seating, with a longer throw IP6-1122/64 for the rear seating. The full-range units hang under IS6-212 subwoofers, using Community’s BalancePoint™ Flyware VAB-BFR38 and HVS brackets. The option of designing clusters that combined the subs and full-range units was a big advantage as it avoided the need to find separate locations for sub placement.
Tommex Żebrowscy Sp. J. supplied the main equipment and provided technical support to A+V for the project. Marcin Zimny, Commercial Director of Tommex, commented, “The system has been well designed and is optimally tuned, providing an extremely compact solution. The sound quality is excellent for all seats and has exceeded the expectations of the Culture House management. Visitors can now enjoy great sound, whatever the show or event.”