Zurich Opera House installs Riedel

Firm's Artist and Performer technology installed in comms fit-out.
The Zurich Opera House was built in 1834 and it became the focus of Richard Wagner's activities during his period of 'exile' from Germany.
The Zurich Opera House was built in 1834 and it became the focus of Richard Wagner's activities during his period of 'exile' from Germany.

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Zurich’s Opera House has chosen Riedel products in its recent communications upgrade.

The installation is based around a a Riedel Artist 64 digital matrix intercom system. Due to its redundant power supplies and CPUs the installation provides maximum system stability, according to the company. A total of eleven Artist 1000 control panels are used at the opera house.

A C44 Performer digital partyline system interface provides integrates ten performer beltpacks and combines the flexibility of traditional partyline technology with digital audio quality and provides excellent quality of speech transmission.

"For our communications infrastructure we needed an installation that we could absolutely rely on in terms of stability and flexibility. Our solution with Artist and Performer provides a versatile system that can be adapted to the specific demands of every production," said Elfried Roller, Chief Technician Lighting at the Opera House in Zurich.

A Riedel RiFace integrates professional mobile radio transceivers into the wired intercom installation and a specifically-installed computer with the Riedel Director software allows convenient and fast programming of the comms infrastructure via drag and drop.

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