Our near-field techniques distribute the main stage mix to the audience using a large array of low powered, high quality, precisely controlled speakers and amplifiers. Traditionally a pair of large speakers projecting from the stage fail in their attempt to deliver quality sound to the entire audience. Our near-field approach addresses the normally uncontrollable variables by delivering carefully tailored sound close enough to the individual listeners to render most of the room acoustic problems negligible.
Because we design, engineer, and manufacture most of the assemblies and components used in our systems, we have great control and flexibility regarding specific system formats and requirements. Venues can range from your living room, small pubs and restaurants to large concert halls, movie theatres, outdoor venues and more. Our in-house production and local sourcing priorities also lead to exceptional control of overall product quality.
We have developed guitar amplification devices that eliminate the need for the usual stage
format. With few exceptions this would include some sort of archaic guitar amplifiers with microphones placed in front of them to be fed
into the house mixing console. We believe that this practice belongs in the past and we are confident that we can address all of the needs
of guitarists regarding tone, dynamics, amplification and more by simply having them connect to a
Professional audio production engineers will find
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