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Ampetronic induction loops give added value to KKThun

07 July 2011

Ampetronic induction loops have proved an integral and versatile element in the recent upgrade of the main Schadausaal hall regional Swiss venue Kultur und Kongresszentrum Thun (KKThun).

Highlighting the durability of its products, previously installed Ampetronic loops were re-used in the Schadausaal’s two small balconies, driven by a newly-installed Ampetronic ILD500 loop amplifier, whilst two phased array loops were installed in the Lachensaal, using wire laid in recesses cut into the underfloor.

Each loop array corresponds with the two ‘halves’ of the room, which can be divided by a wall, providing a flexible and versatile venue. When used as one large space, the inputs are ‘summed’ to send the signal to both loops.

The project cost 24 million Swiss francs and saw KK Thun completely revamped with the Lachensaal and a large foyer as new additions.

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