- Client: Castle Hill RSL
Castle Hill RSL recently appointed Eo Design to perform a comprehensive Audio Visual Upgrade of their venue.
The clubs existing audio, AV control and Digital Signage head end systems were completely removed and upgraded.
The new back ground audio system comprises an Audia Flex back bone, which provides digital signal processing (DSP) for the whole club and an array of TOA cabinet speakers for the lounge and outdoor areas.
The Digital Signage System is an eight channel AdScreen solution. The video signal is distributed via CAT5 twisted pair network to each of the signage monitors in the club.
There are a number of new display screens installed to complement the existing screens, one of which is a massive 103 inch Panasonic Plasma, located in the foyer. This screen display’s both Digital Signage and high definition television signals.
The entire Audio Visual system is controlled via AMX using a Dell 19 inch display as its touch screen user interface. The AMX control system controls the source and channel of each plasma display and the source and volume in each area. It also triggers the automated playing of the Ode every evening, whereby the lights in the venue dim, the Ode is recited over the loudspeakers, and each digital signage screen displays the Ode graphic specifically designed for the Club.