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RCF Deployed For The Main Cathedral Of The Russian Armed Forces

More than 500 loudspeakers of various types installed to cover new facility with capacity of up to 6,000 people.
Inside the new Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces, with coverage by RCF loudspeakers.

More than 500 RCF loudspeakers have been deployed to deliver sound reinforcement coverage to more than 10,000 square meters in the newly constructed Main Cathedral of the Russian Armed Forces (Cathedral of the Resurrection of Christ) in Moscow.

The 100-meters-tall building was completed in May 2020 in the Patriot Park in the city’s Odintsovsky District, Moscow. The interior capacity of the facility holds up to 6,000 people.

“The task wasn’t easy,” says Sergey Gurin, ARIS head of development and corporate clients told us. “We were asked to equip the area in front of the temple with a sound reinforcement system, and to equip the 1418 Memory Road multimedia museum complex )adjacent to the cathedral) with an additional sound reinforcement system, with the best product quality in the shortest time.”

A wide variety of RCF products were installed, ranging from 50 wide-dispersion P 3115T weatherproof coaxial loudspeakers to more than 250 MR 33T nearfield two-way loudspeakers. In addition, more than 80 CS 6940EN weatherproof column loudspeakers and a large quantity (in excess of 100) of HD 3216T weatherproof horn loudspeakers were also incorporated in the project.

The acoustic system provided by RCF operates on the street in front of the temple and in the Memory Road multimedia museum complex. “It’s a big scale project, but we know how to manage these challenges. We trust the system integrator, Avilex, they have good expertise and RCF supported us with all the material we planned with perfect timing, as usual,” concludes Gurin.


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