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JPRO presents JBL demo

JPRO presents JBL demo

JPRO presents JBL demo

New Zealand:

Distributor and AVC support company JPRO hosted an exclusive demo of the JBL VTX A8 line array to a group of entertainment and commercial industry representatives at the James Hay Theatre in Christchurch Town Hall, New Zealand.

‘It’s fantastic that we are able to use venues such as the James Hay Theatre to allow audiences to get a first-hand impression of the JBL VTX A8,’ commented Nicholas van Dyk, sales manager of JPRO. ‘This is a new sound from JBL and it is important for people to experience the transparent, smooth sound for themselves. I enjoyed seeing their response when the system is run in full range – we had jaws dropping when we told guests that we were not running the subs.’

After a full range test of the products, JBL’s VTX B18 were placed in a cardioid configuration with the VTX M Series exhibited on the stage. ‘This is thanks to the VTX A Series' newly devised rigging system, travel carts and packaging system, which allows crews to be far more efficient for transport, set up and pack down,’ said Tim Robertson, tour sound manager at JPRO. ‘The ease of use and information flow between system calculation and deployment is effortless. We have received comments stating that the rigging and system configuration is the best available. A special mention to our crews who did a marvellous job getting everything together.’

Due to the success of the demo, an A8 demo is being scheduled for Wellington as well as a JBL VTX operator workshop in 2020. ‘The response at James Hay from the industry has truly been overwhelming and we would like to thank everyone for attending,’ added Andrew Sorrill, customer support and marketing at JPRO. ‘We would like to get as many industry professionals in New Zealand as possible to experience the system for themselves. If you have not recently heard the new JBL VTX A Series, I encourage you to get in front of a system – please contact us and we will arrange for you to hear one.’



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