Montréal City Hall – Council Chamber

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The City of Montréal, Québec contracted Applied Electronics’ A/V team to design, supply and install a new conference system for 80 delegates in its City Hall council chamber. A DIS (Dainish Interpretation Systems) was installed to improve the audio and enable request-to-speak, electronic voting, language translation, and improved routing capabilities. The audio system was enhanced to include Shure wireless microphones, Crown amplifiers and a DBX sound processor. Technicians can operate the new conference system with a 32” CyberTouch touch panel which displays the seating layout in the room and controls the request-to-speak system. Sessions are recorded, archived and distributed throughout City Hall and are available to broadcasters and cable companies.
 

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