Bayreuth, June 2019: Margravine Wilhelmine would be amazed: The world-famous Bayreuth Margravial Opera House, which was built under the Prussian princess and favourite sister of Frederick the Great, was reopened with state-of-the-art audio and video technology. The Buttenheim full service provider SALZBRENNER media planned, installed and commissioned the complex media and control system during the general refurbishment of the building.
Hamburg, April 2019: It is one of the most impressive and longest underwater road tunnels in the world: the “Neue Elbtunnel” in Hamburg. The tunnel has been taken into service in 1975. With almost 120,000 vehicles passing through the 3.3-kilometer tunnel every day the structure must meet the highest standards of safety. The audio distribution system installed by SALZBRENNER media ensures that in an emergency drivers are alerted quickly and clearly by loudspeaker announcements.
Buttenheim/Berlin, March 2019: At Stage|Set|Scenery in Berlin, taking place June 18-20, 2019, SALZBRENNER media will present its new microphone winch MIC fly for the first time. These quietly running microphone winches can be individually configured and manufactured according to customer requirements. The design can be adjusted, if required. The standard size is appx. 60 x 60 x 20 cm, the weight is appx. 35 kg. Mobile use is facilitated through modern flight cases.
Hirschaid, April 2019: Information and audio technology from SALZBRENNER media can be found in opera houses, theatres, churches, trade fair and congress halls around the world. The specialists from Buttenheim did not have to travel far for the Franconian commission in the St. Vitus Church: In the neighbouring town of Hirschaid, SALZBRENNER media equipped the St. Vitus church with a modern display and audio system.