I asked Mark Lopez to pick one thing on the Yamaha booth #IC823 for contractors. It’s the new surface mount indoor/outdoor speakers–the VS line which are competitively priced Yamaha-quality speakers for budget applications or for those that require the proverbial “acres of sound.” You can read the spec in the press release.
Lopez can’t resist pointing out one other thing and I’m glad he did. The new Rupert Neve Primary Source Enhancer is the first Yamaha commercial product to come out of the partnership. The device reflects Neve’s conviction that flat is overrated, and humans respond to the warmth and clarity that Neve is famous for in his components. This new product looks promising in our world especially for churches, or any live sound application where clarity and listener comfort are priorities. Lopez gives an example: church mixers struggle between getting pastors enough gain to be heard without pushing the system into feedback. This device reduces background sounds, consequently enhancing the main audio source, especially helpful when using with podium, lavalier, and headset mics. Read more here.
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