The Caja Mágica Sport Center is the main venue of the Madrid Open-Masters 1000 Tennis Competition. The pavilion consists of a central track surrounded by three levels of rows of folding seats, plus passageways, stairs and other facilities in the perimeter.
The LDA public address system installed on this sport center, was designed to handle the flow of audio matrix signals between sources and destinations to deliver HI-FI audio to every zone. By using a multi-button panel the easy-to-use and intuitive SIME software, the operator has the freedom to route or direct the message coming from either microphones or existing players to whatever area of the complex it is required.
The overall system is made up of two partially centralized LDA susbsystems, each of which is in a rack. They are located in different places throughout the pavilion complex.
The subsystem of the general LDA PA system uses a multiple CD player-mp3 player, two desk microphones and a wireless microphone joined to a microphone processor. The system is easily scalable and the number of sources can be increased at any given moment. Because LDA STV amplifiers have DSP the audio can be ideally adapted to the acoustic needs required in the whole area of the court.