Altitude is owned by SSP who operate more than 1,800 units in over 140 airports and nearly 300 railway stations across Asia, North America, Europe, the Middle East, India and North Africa. The new venue was created in collaboration with Michelin-starred chef Gilles Dupont and is part of a redevelopment of the airport.
Daniel Kormann of room-zoom was commissioned to provide the concept and installation of the audio system for the venue and chose Audica Professional loudspeakers based on audio quality and coverage, as well as the product's aesthetics which suited the quality and contemporary design of Altitude.
The system uses 16 Audica Professional MICROline full-range loudspeakers and three MICROsubs to provide even coverage with well-extended frequency throughout the venue. Black-finish MICROlines were chosen to merge with the décor and the subs were integrated out of view. The system's DSP is provided by a Biamp Nexia CS and is powered by an 8 x 150W Biamp MCA 8150. The system includes Crestron for simple and flexible control.