The Anima nightclub in Fife, Scotland has a new sound system from RCF, installed by Images of Livingston. After an initial visit to the site, Billy-Ross Sheridan, Images managing director, asked RCF UK if they would travel to Fife and give a system demonstration for the club’s owners. RCF's Steve Coxon made the trip north and presented the Vision PA range of speakers. This did the trick and Images specified a complete RCF sound system, designed with the help of the RCF team. Taking into account the shape of the room and the mezzanine level, achieving the correct sound coverage was a complex process. Images Billy-Ross explains: "We were very impressed by the on-site help we received from the RCF team. With a job like this you need this kind of positive input to ensure the right result." Amplification is from a combination of QSC PLX1202 and PLX 3402 units.

The aim was to produce a 'big club' without losing the intimacy of the room. To achieve this, Images used four RCF Vision 152s with four RCF Vision 180SW subs for the main dance area. They then utilised the Vision PA121s in the VIP area on the mezzanine level, with Vision 281s as reinforcement/under balcony fills. The DJ booth includes two Technics SL1210 Mk11 turntables, a Pioneer CMX -500 twin CD system, and an RCF ART 300A (active) for monitoring.

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