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  • Yamaha Completes Acquisition of Founders Shareholding in NEXO

    FOH Staff | News | August 4, 2008
    BUENA PARK, Calif. ─ Yamaha recently completed its first step of the acquisition of NEXO by purchasing all shares of the two founders. On June 19, Yamaha Corporation announced its intention to acquire NEXO SA, French manufacturer and seller of professional acoustic speaker systems. Read More...
  • WorxAudio M80X2-P Line Array

    FOH Staff | News | August 4, 2008

    WorxAudio Technologies has introduced the M80X2-P Line Array, a new addition to the company’s TrueLine Series. The new M80X2-P is a two-way, high efficiency, ultra compact line array loudspeaker system. The M80X2-P line array incorporates two modules, each with a medium format, 1-inch exit compression driver coupled to a stabilized proprietary FlatWave Former (wave shaping device) that delivers clear, penetrating high frequencies over a predictable and controlled coverage area. 

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  • Mt. Rushmore Speaks with Community

    FOH Staff | News | August 4, 2008
    KEYSTONE, S.D. – One of America’s most beloved and iconic monuments, the 60-foot high carvings of Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt on Mt. Rushmore now features a complete audio and paging system based on Community WET and R-Series loudspeakers.

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  • 2008 Latitude Festival Rocks Out with ADLIB

    FOH Staff | News | August 4, 2008
    ENGLAND – ADLIB Audio supplied sound production and crew for the third year running to Lake Stage, the Film & Music Stage and the Cabaret Arena at the 2008 Latitude Festival. This is one of a host of festivals ADLIB is involved in this Summer.  

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  • Hard Rock Park Celebrates Spirit of Rock ‘n’ Roll with Electrosonic

    FOH Staff | News | August 4, 2008

    MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. – Electrosonic has designed, engineered and installed a park-wide audio system for the new Hard Rock Park, the world’s first rock ‘n’ roll theme park, which just opened in Myrtle Beach, S.C.  Spanning 55 acres, Hard Rock Park celebrates the spirit of rock ‘n’ roll through more than 50 rides, shows and attractions. Electrosonic’s audio system plays background music in the park’s six zones or rock environments. 

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  • Nashville Star Launches Season with Shure

    FOH Staff | News | August 1, 2008
    NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Produced by Reveille Productions and broadcast live from the Acuff Theatre at the Opry Entertainment Complex, Nashville Star launched its sixth season on NBC with an extended two-hour episode airing on June 9. With 12 contestants initially vying for the reality competition show's grand prize (a recording contract with Warner Bros. Music), veteran audio engineers Kooster McAllister and Tom Davis celebrated an anniversary of their own, coming to the show for the sixth year running as music mixer and production mixer.

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  • Jakob Dylan Hits the Stage with Heil Sound

    FOH Staff | News | August 1, 2008
    FAIRVIEW HEIGHTS, Ill. – Since its introduction in 2007, the Heil Sound PR 35 has quickly become a favorite of top live sound mixers who have put it into service with their “bosses.” Jakob Dylan, Joan Baez, Joe Walsh and Stevie Wonder have all used the Heil Sound PR 35 to combine serious songwriting with their clear and definitive vocals.

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  • Omniline Array Arrives in London’s Kingly Club

    FOH Staff | International News | August 1, 2008

    LONDON – The first UK installation of the new OmniLine Micro Line Array from Martin Audio has been installed in the new three-story, glass-fronted Kingly Club in London’s Covent Garden. The scalable system was specified by Bernard Mani, head of London integration company, Systems Etc, after witnessing its launch at PLASA 2007 and seeing it immediately adopted in America for Star Trek The Tour — billed as “the largest interactive Star Trek exhibit ever.” 

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  • Covina Center Satisfies Local Arts Scene with Meyer Sound

    FOH Staff | News | July 31, 2008

    COVINA, Calif. – Nestled in the San Gabriel Valley east of Los Angeles, the Covina Center for the Performing Arts is a distinctive venue. With the capacity for 99 patrons to attend theatrical performances (up to 130 for concerts), Covina now features a Meyer Sound system encompassing sound reinforcement, audio show control, cinema surround and the Constellation electroacoustic architecture. 

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  • 46664 Concert Benefits Charity with Sennheiser

    FOH Staff | News | July 31, 2008
    LONDON – A wide range of high-profile artists such as Annie Lennox, Leona Lewis, the Sugababes and Will Smith assembled in London's Hyde Park for a concert to mark the 90th birthday of Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa. Sennheiser was on hand to continue its tradition of supplying microphones, wireless monitoring systems and full technical support.

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  • ALFC Worship Venue Delivers Services with L-ACOUSTICS

    FOH Staff | News | July 31, 2008
    EL PASO, Texas – When Pastors Charles and Rochelle Nieman first answered the call to preach the gospel in 1977, they were holding services in a tiny railroad hall in El Paso, Texas. Today, the Niemans' vision has been realized in the newly constructed home of their Abundant Living Faith Center (ALFC), which counts more than 15,000 active members. With approximately 8,000 worshippers attending services at ALFC weekly, the new facility's  3,620-seat main auditorium was designed and built to deliver music and liturgy clearly and intelligibly via a complete L-ACOUSTICS sound solution.

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  • Dynacord Cobra Helps Train U.S. Army

    FOH Staff | News | July 31, 2008

    LOS ALAMITOS, Calif. – Though highly portable the Dynacord Cobra-2 PWH loudspeaker system packed enough power to unleash weapons-grade audio when called to do so. Buck Tallman of Dynacord Sales Reps Quantum Sales & Technology recently got such a call from Mike Delio, Special Tactics Trainer at the Joint Forces Training Base, Los Alamitos Army Airfield, California, who needed a high-output sound system to help 80 soldiers mentally prepare for battlefield SPL levels during a weekend-long training exercise.

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