The central point of this scenario begins with the Q-SYS Core 8 Flex processor for control, audio processing, and audio/video switching. The Core 8 Flex processor will provide the restaurant four independent audio zones. The restaurant has the capability of switching between SiriusXM audio player, or any of the cable set-top boxes for any sports events.
On the video front, everything is connected with a single category network cable using AVoverIP technology. The cable boxes and signage player will utilize the Blustream IP200 encoders while the auxiliary commercial displays will decode the video using IP200 decoders. This provides the customers different sports on the different displays. The videowall at the bar is strategically placed for the main sporting events. The 1 quad view is normally reserved for major popular events stretching one large image over 2×2 panels, while display 2 and 3 are reserved for two different sports and displays 4 and 5 are for advertising (signage player). All this can be customized based on the needs of the restaurant and bar and controlled using the Q-SYS Touchscreens.
The Core 8 Flex processor will output 4 audio signals to the Q-SYS MP-A80V 70V multi-channel amplifier, creating 4 zones of audio to carefully balance the ambience of the Bar, restaurant area and terrace while giving the private room complete control of its local room. Both the restaurant and private room will control their spaces using Q-SYS wall-mount Touchscreens.