The Training Rooms of different capacities. provided with projection system, display screens, and speakers and microphones
Owing to this structural amendment, the Main Auditorium got the flexible desk-seating like those in Senate Halls, while the rear auditioria – conveniently referred to as RHS (right hand side) and LHS (left hand site) – got fixed seating due to space crunch.
two occupants) while the RHS and LHS auditoria are have the DCN systems mounted on to the seats’ armrests. This, in a way, resulted in each seat with its dedicated microphone, unlike the Front Audi seating where they are shared by pairs.
So, while the auditorium looks in fine artcoustics (architecture and acoustics) in a nice blend of colours, wood and fabric, coupled with diffused lighting, the interior looks a bit amusing with the half-way point being partitioned- to create two smaller audis on one hand, and on the other, to make for an approx. 20-plus feet space taking the Central Command Control Room.
Another spec of interest here is that the RHS and LHS were originally designed only for headphones. However, with a view to providing two-way interactive communication, the spec was later changed to armrest-mounting microphones, recalls Gopi Ram.
The exterior of this space is fitted with a 220-inch LED video wall done with 4x4 55-inch Samsung UD55E-B Super Narrow bezel panels, and built at a height and sight angle as to ergonomically face the occupants of the stage. Right below the video wall, and above the Central Command Control Room is one of the three Full HD Lumens cameras, with the other two going either side of the Front Auditorium. One each camera handles the video capture in the LHS and RHS auditorium. The Front Auditorium with its desk seating, is equipped with Bosch DCN conferencing units with gooseneck microphones (one for every
The entire conferencing and language interpretation system with 20 languages have been configured with Bosch DCN solution. German microphone and conferencing major beyerdynamic too speaks throughout the Convention Centre- albeit through its TG and BM microphone ranges. As many as 50 units of beyerdynamic microphone sets – capture voices in auditoria and training rooms in two floors. The Main Auditorium features four units of GM 115 goosneck microphones for the stage occupants; six units TG-V50ds dynamic microphones for vocals; four units of TG i50d wired instrument microphones; and three units of TG558 UHF wireless body pack transmitters with lapel microphones, besides four units of TG550 wireless handheld transmitter with microphone capsule. The RHS and LHS has two each of TG550 and TG550 units, besides one each of GM115 for their podiums. The sound reinforcement is done by means of a cluster of Bose Professional ShowMatch Line Arrays for the Front Auditorium, comprising Bose SM20; SM10; SMAFT; SM20WG12; and SMAFMP. These Line Arrays were brought into the audio configuration replacing the originally spec’d point audio sources. In addition, the sound set-up is also powered by eight numbers of Bose’s RoomMatch Utility RMU-108 stage monitors which are further augmented by four number of high spl Fill loudspeakers, with two each going into RHS and LHS.
The Samsung LED video wall above the Central Command Control Room in the auditorium facing the stage of Main Audi. © Systems Integration Asia | VOL. 18 ISSUE - 6 ~ Aug-Sep 2019
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