Hospital Charity Employs Sonifex at London Location

Recently, Radio Lollipop opened its new studio headquarters at Evelina Children's Hospital in London.
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Radio Lollipop is a charity that serves hospitals in the United Kingdom, Australia, New Zealand and the Unites States, providing comfort and entertainment for the sick.

Recently, Radio Lollipop opened its new studio headquarters at Evelina Children's Hospital in London, where it's using the Sonifex S2 Solutions range of furniture.

The desks are made of clear Plexiglas with broad curves and Plexiglas legs. The CD players are housed in a Sonifex SOL-T12 desk-top pod, which is coated in white acrylic and supports a large translucent red sign housing the Radio Lollipop logo and an "on air" light.

Beneath the desk sit two Sonifex SOL-B12 base pods also housed in white acrylic and contain the amplifier, power supplies, and other peripheral equipment.

The center piece of the studio is a Sonifex S2 split-desk mixer, which complements the look and feel of the design. Split with five channels on one side and 10 channels on the other, it's configured with six stereo channels, one telco channel and three mic/line channels.

"The Radio Lollipop Evelina project was a lovely, positive project to be involved with because of where it was and also the enthusiasm of the project team. The design of the studio is amazing, and I'm sure that it will bring a lot of happiness to the children in the hospital," said Richard Butlin, technical sales manager at Sonifex.

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