HOSPITALITY


The tempo of music has a direct impact on a consumer’s behavior. The right background music creates a comfortable and relaxing environment in hotels, bars and restaurants.
If we talk about public address messaging, then intelligibility is the most important issue (e.g. emergency messages). This requires a level of sound quality and clarity too often missing from public address systems.
In other situations, like a seminar in a hotel, a professional audio system should cover a conference room with clear sound in every single area. Additionally, a well-designed and balanced system reduces vocal strain and fatigue, overcomes background noise easily and improves conference room management by increasing efficiency and acoustic comfort.

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The goddess of the night in Greek mythology -Nyx-, have her new "temple" built on the heights of the capital of Spain: at the roof of NYX Hotel Madrid.

The hotel with 186 rooms, absolutely unique, focused on a young and cosmopolitan audience, already has a new attraction with this incredible pool made by Sergio Mora, artist of the Urvanity Art platform. His tiles, hand painted and Portuguese inspired, unveiled behind the undulating water movements a starry sky that unites the darkness of the cosmos with the unfathomable mysteries of the ocean floor. In the pool background, you can see NYX, the mysterious goddess of the night of Greek mythology, which gives its name to the hotel brand and makes this terrace a dream place.

For the musical setting of this chillout, the installer Electosa has chosen the SAM412T analog audio mixer, the HSA300 amplifier and 18 eMOTUSOD outdoor speakers.

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