Located in Leipzig, Germany, Haus Leipzig is an event hall with history – an event venue since 1946, it has been renovated and is now managed by a new operator, staging 180 events each year. Most recently, technical service provider colito productions stepped in to upgrade the audio with an RCF HDL 30-A active line array system. The venue hosts a wide range of events, which includes comedy, cabaret, live music, shows and balls, as well as conferences and product presentations.

Haus Leipzig‘We are really very satisfied with RCF’s HDL 30-A system,’ reports Henrik Dantz,, owner of Exclusiv Events Leipzig and operator of Haus Leipzig. ‘We have many different events, and well-known artists perform in our house, and we receive consistently positive feedback. The acceptance of the new fixed RCF system is very high and costly equipment changes through the use of external PA are virtually non-existent.’

Haus Leipzig has a stage and a gallery in the main hall, which can also be used as a spectator area. The stage was equipped with two hangs of eight HDL 30-A modules. Depending on whether the gallery is open to the audience, the two upper modules of the line array are used to sound the gallery. If the gallery is open, the HF range is switched on, if no visitors are upstairs, the HF range is deactivated via the venue’s RDNet system, and only the low-frequency range remains active for coupling. Four S2585 subwoofers from dBTechnologies, placed under the stage, complement the system, and offer excellent directional characteristics thanks to their cardioid design. A requirement that is particularly important due to the structural conditions and the direct proximity to residential buildings. As out fill, one NXL 24-A module is placed on each side of the stage. Additional four M602 multifunctional loudspeakers are placed as front fill on the edge of the stage.

The four columns supporting the gallery each carry two passive RCF M602 modules as delays. The HDL 30-A has the necessary volume to cover the main hall, and due to the coordination with the M602 modules as delay speakers, it was possible to dispense with fills below the level.

‘From our point of view, upgrading the PA system with the RCF HDL 30-A is exactly the right decision,’ says colito productions MD, Andreas Schöpf. ‘The diversity of the events and the structural conditions are challenges that the HDL 30-A masters perfectly, and the positive feedback from the artists and production companies prove us absolutely right. The HDL-30 has the necessary volume and sufficient headroom to cover such a room perfectly. Control by the RDNet network also contributes to the positive result.’

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