Digital Intercoms supplied a Cronus Digital Matrix to England’s 700-year-old Glyndebourne Opera House as the centerpiece of a new integrated communications and paging system. The system provides paging to multiple zones and integrates production communications and 85 radio beltpacks covering the entire site. The system is controllable from any PC in the complex via the AZedit software interface. Simon Yapp, head of AV and sound at Glyndebourne Opera House and his colleague Keith Benson, ...

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