Lucky Coq Gets Lucky with RCF Acustica

Lucky Coq is a new retro-fashionable nightclub venue with multiple audio environments and plays host to a very wide variety of entertainment acts. The music spaces change, but the big overriding benefit demonstrated by the sound system can be summed up in one word - consistency. This new venue situated in Melbourne’s very fashionable Chapel Street has got to be one of the most "attention to detail" venues you are ever going to see. Spread between two floors with several sub-spaces, there’s lots of nooks and crannies, and it’s all audio zone covered with very high-fidelity sound.

The RCF Acustica is perfect here as the uniform acoustic footprint between the many speaker sizes required in this venue, makes transition from one space to another seamless–with the only change being sound pressure level. This is pretty handy as there are lots of nooks and crannies around the building and they are all covered with sound.

This venue is really worth a look. The presentation and attention to detail is quite exceptional and as for the sound, that is just as good. Installation and system design was by Pro Light and Sound.

Next to the plastic rabbits, the Acustica 12-inch + 2-inch is no transistor radio
Next to the plastic rabbits, the Acustica 12-inch + 2-inch is no transistor radio

A pair of 8-inch boxes in orbit
A pair of 8-inch boxes in orbit

Jonathan Sinclair tests the system on opening night
Jonathan Sinclair tests the system on opening night

It's always a rush at the last minute
It's always a rush at the last minute

Kept in the dark: A pair of RCF 18-inch sub-bass boxes are part of the furniture
Kept in the dark: A pair of RCF 18-inch sub-bass boxes are part of the furniture

The system, designed by Stav and Jonno, sung on opening night
The system, designed by Stav and Jonno, sung on opening night

Stav Hatzipantelis in action
Stav Hatzipantelis in action

: The rotatable horn flares make horizontal installation no compromise full bandwidth coverage
: The rotatable horn flares make horizontal installation no compromise full bandwidth coverage

A pretty funky looking bar.
A pretty funky looking bar.

The ground floor has lots of nooks and crannies as well as a pretty kick-arse dance music system
The ground floor has lots of nooks and crannies as well as a pretty kick-arse dance music system

A bar with personality
A bar with personality

A roof top garden
A roof top garden

Top floor chill out can also rage out. The bar has a matrix music system level control. All the RCF boxes are zoned with their own individual volume control across the venue.
Top floor chill out can also rage out. The bar has a matrix music system level control. All the RCF boxes are zoned with their own individual volume control across the venue.

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