CBC Technical deployed Electro-Voice sound reinforcement to help a leading fast food brand â€œMake it Personalâ€? to their employees: EV XLD281 super-compact line arrays were ground-stacked along with EV Xsub subwoofers under the stage, providing warm, high-resolution sound for video rolls and corporate executives alike.
Having carefully planned their deployment using EVâ€™s LAPS (Line Array Prediction Software) back at their shop, CBCâ€™s system design delivered even coverage throughout the soundstage, as well as reducing the impact on sightlines: â€œXLD was chosen for its amazing size and weight to performance ratio, which helped our staff minimize the time required to setup this show,â€? says Chris Batchelor, Production Manager. â€œThat was exceptionally important at this event, due to timing restrictions and the amount of time the crew was allocated for load-in.â€?
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