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The 10th Pavilion Museum at the Warsaw Citadel


The 10th Pavilion Museum at the Warsaw Citadel is one of the most important historic places connected with the times of partitions of Poland. The fortress was built by order of the Russian Tsar after the November Uprising in the years 1832-1836 in the Warsaw Żoliborz District. The Citadel housed an investigation commission and a court-martial. It is estimated that over many years of the prison’s operation, in total about 40,000 people were kept as prisoners in the Citadel.

In 2013 revitalisation and modernization works were started in the museum, for the first time after over 50 years. New audio equipment was installed in the conference and cinema room, and enables to organise cinema projections, discussion panels and conferences at professional level in the museum.

For the needs of cinema projections, Luis Wassmann cinema loudspeakers in surround arrangemen  were installed. Apart from cinema projections, the room will be also used for meetings and conferences. For that purpose, Audio-Technica gooseneck microphone was installed as well as Genelec loudspeakers with Biamp Nexia sound processor.

Design: Konsbud Audio
Main components of the system:

  • 5.1 surround audio system Luis Wassmann
  • system of conference speakers Genelec 4030
  • system of wireless and gooseneck microphones Audio-Technica series ES915 and series 3000

 



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