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K2 enters eastern Adriatic with Eldra

Erica Basnicki 14 March 2016
Eldra's Andrej Drnić (system engineer), Damir Dražić (Eldra owner), Igor Dražić (Eldra owner) and Sinisa Mijaljica (system engineer).

Croatian sound, lighting and video rental and sales house Eldra is the first company in the eastern Adriatic region to invest in a K2 system by L-Acoustics.

Based in Bregana, near Zagreb, Eldra’s portfolio includes television shows, corporate events, festivals, high profile tours, and state visits by international leaders.

Recently, Eldra’s founders and co-CEOs – Igor and Damir – made the decision to invest in L-Acoustics Kara and K2 systems.

“K2 is simply the best system on the market. Lightweight and powerful, it is one of the most wanted on riders and we are sure it will be for many years to come,” says Damir.

Supplied by L-Acoustics Croatian distributor Dicroic, both systems were in use in mid-February for a sell-out show at the 20,000-capacity Arena Zagreb by Željko Joksimović, one of the region’s most high profile pop singers.

Designed in L-Acoustics Soundvision by Eldra systems engineer Andrej Drnic, the system comprised 28 K2 and eight K1 subs (flown behind) as the main PA, 16 more K2 as outfills and16 SB28 subs. Eighteen Kara were used across three towers for delays.

“Croatia is a key country in a growing and dynamic region for L-Acoustics. Eldra is a well-established, dynamic and respected company in that region and will be able to provide even more quality to the local market with their K-Standard Kara and K2 systems,” says Jochen Frohn, international business development director at L-Acoustics. “I know them to be the perfect partner to add to our growing rental network in South Eastern Europe.”

Photo (L-R): Andrej Drnić (system engineer), Damir Dražić (Eldra owner), Igor Dražić (Eldra owner) and Sinisa Mijaljica (system engineer).

www.l-acoustics.com

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