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 Wroc?aw 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.
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.
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.