Delhi - TARA Atmospheric Sounds Brilliant with Quest Audio

Room Tone Tunes in Perfect Sound; Sun Infonet Shares Honours

Roseate House a part of the nouveau hospitality chain - Roseate Hotels & Resorts is a contemporary narrative creating a new age revolution in the hospitality space. Situated in the Hospitality District of Aerocity, the hotel is within a convenient 15 minutes' drive from the airport.

Spread over a 1.6-acres, the hotel complex is designed to cater for sophisticated cosmopolitan travellers and one such inspirational hotel feature is the Japanese roof top lounge café Tara.

Tara, located on the pool level, a glorious open roof top Japanese lounge and a perfect setting under the stars and presents a stimulating environment to help guests unwind and rejuvenate. A recent refurbishment of sound reinforcement at the venue rendered it the "icing on the cake" atmospheric.

"We had an existing sound system but it was not giving the kind of experience that our discerning guests expect," explains Munish J Pande, Manager- Hospitality IT at Roseate House. "We therefore wanted to refurbish the full sound reinforcement system with something high performance but discrete," he said. "For this we were clear in mind that we had an expert to do the needful - Room Tone Consultancy."

Room Tone Consultancy, headed by Director Samir Kriplani who has been long associated with the Bird Group and Roseate House for all design, décor and AV systems installations. Samir, who is a sound engineer by profession, is passionate about systems that sound natural and loves to experiment with the best in trade.

Sameer invited the Delhi-based audio distributor Sun Infonet to present a system that would fit the requirement. The system had to be robust and weather resistant - owing to its outdoor installation proposal that would be prone to seasonal harsh climate of Delhi and also aesthetic in appeal to gel well with the décor of the outlet.

Team Sun Infonet, led by Neeraj Chandra, Director presented the Quest Audio configuration comprising MX801 weather-proof speakers and supporting electronics.  Samir tested the systems, and was convinced it was up to the job.
Team Room Tone, installed seven Quest Audio MX801 weather-proof speakers. The locations for fixing the speakers were carefully chosen so that they do not tamper the venue décor yet get the audio installed with desired specs.

Says Neeraj Chandra of Sun Infonet: "Having done many similar jobs before, it wasn't a very challenging job for us; but the high-profile brand identity of the client, and the level of their expectation made it prestigious."

"It was thumbs up for all of us," says Munish. "I being the bridge between the management and the solution provider, worked with the installation team to ensure that they were properly calibrated. It came out perfectly fine."
For Neeraj and team Sun Infonet, it was yet another success story. "While by size it may be small, but making the client happy is a big thing," says Neeraj. "We did that; that was very satisfying."

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Tara roof-top city escape
Tara roof-top city escape.

The MX system takes heat and rain with studio performance.
The MX system takes heat and rain with studio performance.

Pool-side comfort
Pool-side comfort.

A tidy installation
A tidy installation.

Tara rooftop pool at night
Tara rooftop pool at night.

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