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aDawliah selects Yamaha for state-of-the-art medical centre

aDawliah selects Yamaha for state-of-the-art medical centre

aDawliah selects Yamaha for state-of-the-art medical centre

Saudi Arabia:

The FAZ Medical Center in Abha has been outfitted with a Yamaha audio system by Jeddah-based aDawliah Universal Electronics in order to provide public address and audio paging throughout 16 areas of the building. The FAZ Medical Center is a new seven-storey facility, the latest in a chain of Saudi Arabian polyclinics, equipped with the latest medical technology to treat a wide range of conditions.

aDawliah Universal Electronics was asked to design and supply a system using both wireless and wired control for volume and independent routing of audio sources to different areas. The system also had to be easily expandable. Mohannad Mahmoud of the projects department at aDawliah designed a 16-zone system based on a Yamaha MTX5-D matrix mixer. Its outputs were routed to 58 Yamaha NS-IC400 ceiling speakers and two VS4 wall-mounted speakers via a pair of XMV-8140 power amplifiers. The inputs comprised a micro-SD card in the MTX5-D for pre-recorded messages, a Yamaha CD-C600 CD player, paging microphones and a digital Azan prayer clock.

“Yamaha audio processors gave us many options, letting us create a system which met both the technical and financial brief from the customer,” said Mahmoud. Control was delivered by eight DCP1V4S surface panels, routed via a DCH8 digital controller hub, and a Windows PC, located at the reception desk. Running Yamaha ProVisionaire Kiosk software the system can also be controlled wirelessly from an iPad-based custom panel, programmed on Yamaha’s ProVisionaire Touch app.

“As well as allowing us to provide a system which is more flexible than other brands, Yamaha gave us the possibility of easily expanding it with more inputs, outputs and controls if this is needed in the future,” Mahmoud added. “I believe Yamaha has the best audio solutions for any small and medium-sized project in the world.”



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