Warsaw Brewery is a multifunctional complex of revitalised buildings, some of which date back as far as 1846. Even before the war, the brewery was founded by Haberbusch and Schiele, who later produced, among other things, the famous Królewskie beer. Today, it is a place where you can have a nice time, eat and drink any kind of beverage in the surroundings of architecture which is more than 150 years old.
Our partner in Poland, Phonomedia, had the pleasure of supplying a complete Ecler sound system solution.
The biggest challenge of this project was the very limited possibilities for installing loudspeakers on the walls, due to the historic nature of the building.
We therefore recommended here the use of the small, compact eAMBIT106 loudspeakers, which fitted perfectly into this interior and easily provided very good sound quality and adequate volume even from a height of over five metres.
Process and Solution
The entire system was divided into fourteen zones, managed by an Ecler HUB1616 matrix. The venue also has a dance area, located on the first floor. It is equipped with twelve-inch ARQIS wall-mounted loudspeakers and ARQISSB15i subwoofers, with fifteen-inch drivers providing both high volume and sufficient low frequencies.
In the Food Hall Browary main space, eUC106 pendant speakers were installed, blending perfectly with the interior architecture. Using our experience from previous projects, we suggested such a solution, mainly due to the very limited possibilities of installing equipment on historic walls.
For the same reason, the eAMBIT106 loudspeakers were installed mainly on the upper edge of the bars, while some were hidden behind architectural elements.
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