The newly constructed Juventus stadium in Torino, Italy, will be the center of a larger complex that will also include a 366,000-square-foot commercial mall, the first Jeventus Museum and a parking area with a capacity for 4,000 vehicles.
The new stadium, a major upgrade from the previous “Stadio Olimpico”, will provide seating for 41,000 fans and 120 executive skyboxes for VIPs.
The Juventus Stadium complex features state of the art equipment and the latest technology including a full sound system featuring RCF loudspeaker products. Involved from the start of the project, the RCF commercial audio department provided the sound system design for the Stadium and for the other buildings in the complex.
In addition to RCF Installed Sound and Commercial Audio products, specific cluster design applications and other custom products were developed to fit the specifications of this project.
“Being part of a large scaled installation from the beginning is important for a solution partner. Our goal is to make sure that client receives exactly what they are looking for,” explains Antonio Ferrari, RCF Market Manager Audio Contractor. “The system at the new Juventus Stadium serves their needs today and for the foreseeable future – which is what we and they wanted.”
The RCF team created a special cluster design (certified in terms of safety) for the Juventus Stadium. The clusters were installed in each seating section at the stadium. Each cluster contains 2 RCF Acustica H1315WP three-way full range loudspeakers. Each cabinet is loaded with a 15” LF transducer, a 10” cone MF transducer and a 1.4” exit titanium compression driver. The WP version is weatherproof and especially designed to withstand exposure to the elements without damage or loss of function to the speakers.
The seating areas at the stadium are covered by a total of 88 pcs H1315WP (all installed in pairs). A few additional cluster systems cover the playground area as well. Several subwoofers and power amplifiers round out the system.
The RCF project department provided the documentation and acoustical simulation and measurement that the system required.