Astera installed in Titan fitness centre
Friday, 16 August 2019
astera-titan-fitness-399The fully-equipped four-floor facility has been open since 2009
Australia - Titan Fitness is an independently owned fitness studio in Coogee, a coastal suburb of NSW, Australia.
The fully-equipped four-floor facility has been open since 2009, and its Spin Studio has recently seen the installation of 24 Astera AX1 Pixel Tubes in a new LED lighting installation. These were supplied to installers Aeromic by Astera’s Australian distributor, ULA Group.
Aeromic has been supplying and manufacturing audio and AV products to the fitness and professional health industries since 1994, and Titan Fitness has been a client for some time, explained Andrew Zarounas, Aeromic’s director and co-owner.
He and Titan Fitness CEO Mets Analin share a passion for the industry and a flair for being innovative, different and pushing the envelope.
Mets approached Andrew about the potential lighting installation, wanting to ensure that Titan Fitness stays at the forefront of the game. “Any gym can have the same equipment and classes, but not everyone has the same focus on ensuring that every customer’s experience and interaction is the best and most positive possible,” he states.
Mets specifically wanted lighting in the Spin Room where he thought it would be invigorating and energising to have different lighting states, colours and sequences available to the instructors as they developed their classes.
Andrew compiled a plan of what he thought would work well and look good utilising the AX1s, then he and Thor Andre, ULA’s technical sales & support specialist, got together and finalised the design.
Two Pixel Tubes are mounted vertically in each corner of the room, with four rows of four tubes rigged in the ceiling above all the spin machines.
All the tubes are controlled via an ART7 AsteraBox CRMX interface and an iPad running the Astera App.
“Music and lighting are extremely important in our setup - it really does enhance the workout for our members and instructors,” comments Mets, who adds that they have seen an increase in class numbers since the lighting was installed.
(Jim Evans)

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