Electro-Voice NEWSLETTER | North American Edition - March 2017
Welcome to the March 2017 edition of our Electro-Voice newsletter. Have fun and enjoy reading!
The Electro-Voice editorial team
Electro-Voice delivers world-class sound at Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins
As the newly renovated home of the Miami Dolphins moved from an open-air design to a roof-covered stadium, the increased reflections of crowd noise made good sound coverage even more critical. With a new install of over 3,000 loudspeakers, Electro-Voice therefore provides seamless coverage to all seating areas, concourses, offices and public areas, for the ultimate fan experience.
Don't miss our March promo on powered ZLX and ELX speakers!
Get $50 off ZLX and $100 off ELX powered speakers at participating U.S. and Canada dealers from now until March 31. Don't miss these great deals!!!
"An Evening with Foreigner" tabs Electro-Voice X-Line Advance on southern swing
On their February tour through the southern US, classic rock legends Foreigner engaged Mason Sound of Jacksonville, IL to supply FOH sound and lights on selected dates. To deliver full coverage in the large theaters the band is playing, the Electro-Voice X-Line Advance loudspeaker system was used with great reviews from the band and the crew.
Electro-Voice EVA array proves a perfect fit for Christ Church United Methodist
EVA (Expandable Vertical Array) system provides outstanding clarity, musicality and coverage for Alabama house of worship. Morris Integration selected EVA for sound quality, hardware-free appearance, and overall value.
Is Electro-Voice an essential part of YOUR sound? Then we want to hear from you! Send us the music you make with EV gear - just as Klaudia and Stefan have done - and we'll share it on our sites. Whether you use EV mics in the studio or played a killer show through an EV sound system, we want to celebrate EV enthusiasts everywhere. Find out more about #EVsound!
Drawing 160,000 visitors, Crufts is the largest dog show in the world. From March 9-12, this traditional event - which was first held in 1891 - featured unique dog events and competitions. To make the show in Birmingham's NEC a sound success, Steve Boote of ARB Events relied on an X-Line Advance system to provide heard-but-not-seen punch and clarity for the 6,000-seater Arena. Six hangs of three X2-212/90 elements respectively were flown as line arrays while additional 18 X2-212/120 acted as down-fills. Four QRx 218S subwoofers were placed in a centre cluster under the main stand while four Xw15A monitors were used as in-fills and for the VIP area. The system was powered by 16 TG7 amps.