Opéra de Lille to rely on Riedel's Bolero wireless intercom

20 wireless beltpacks and seven antennas connected in a ring topology

Riedel Communications announced that its Bolero wireless intercom is providing flexible, reliable, and high-quality crew communications at the Opéra de Lille, a neoclassical opera house in Lille, France. Built between 1907 and 1913 and inaugurated in 1923, the Opéra de Lille has placed Bolero at the core of its all-new, future-proof comms infrastructure.

Source: Riedel Communications

The stand-alone Bolero system at the Opéra de Lille consists of 20 wireless beltpacks and seven antennas connected in a ring topology to enable full coverage of the opera house. Like many historic structures, the Opéra de Lille lacks a modern Cat7 or Cat8 infrastructure; therefore, the facility leverages Riedel’s NSA-002A Network Stream Adapter interface to facilitate bidirectional audio signal transport over RJ45 wiring.

Members of Opéra de Lille production crew appreciate the user-friendliness and robust capabilities of the Bolero beltpacks, which have made communications much easier and more efficient. While the previous system only allowed for two conferences, Bolero enables up to six channels to be designated to different user groups, such as stage, lighting, and sound.

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