The Felsenland Hotel is a haven of tranquillity
Germany - The scenery surrounding the Dahn Rockland is spectacular. Situated right in the centre of the Palatinate Forest Biosphere Reserve and surrounded by spectacular giant rock formations and legendary castles, the Felsenland Hotel with its wellness area stretching over 3.000 m² is a haven of tranquillity for those who are searching for peace and relaxation in a particularly attractive environment.

The sound system of the extensive wellness department and guest areas of the hotel has recently been realised with components from the Belgian manufacturer Apart Audio.

For this project, first a 100 volts sound system was installed enabling diffusion of specific recordings through the loudspeakers in the wellness department such as the sauna, the swimming pool and the fitness centre. Furthermore, also the classical guest areas such as the breakfast room, the restaurant, the bar as well as service areas in the hotel such as the kitchen were equipped with their own sound possibilities. The purpose of this project was to have the source material of the highest quality professional FM/AM tuner and multi-format media player from Apart Audio play music which can be controlled in the individual areas.

Roland Ludes, with his company for broadcast antennas and communication techniques from nearby Reifenberg, was responsible for the planning and installation.

The decision to gradually equip the system with components from Apart Audio is based on Ludes' positive experiences over the years with the manufacturer. He appreciates in particular the high reliability as well as the matched product range allowing a smooth and fast accomplishment of the project. Besides the high level of satisfaction with the installed components, costs play an important role: the solution offered by the German dealer S.E.A. Vertrieb & Consulting GmbH for the sound solutions with components from Apart Audio proved attractive both for the customer and the designer/installer.

(Jim Evans)

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