KV2’s VHD system is Cream of the dance crop6 May 2016
Iconic dance brand Cream recently took their “Cream Tours” to the T13 warehouse in Belfast where a host of acts were all experienced courtesy of KV2 Audio’s VHD products.
Production was overseen by KV2’s Irish partners Just Lite, who supplied a complete double VHD System from their KV2 hire inventory.
In spite of the size of the venue – which is notorious for noise problems – just two VHD 2.0 mid/hi’s were deployed per side. Additionally, Just Lite’s head of audio Evin Doyle specified a subwoofer configuration of 12 x VHD 2.15/2.16 double 15” subwoofers and 6 x VHD 2.21 – KV2’s ultra low frequency and 2×21” subwoofer.
For the Cream brand, ‘clarity, emotion and atmosphere’ are critical elements of a nights success and in spite of the known noise issues with the venue the organiser’s were overjoyed with the results achieved by using KV2 Audio’s True Point Source approach to large format PA design.
Reports from the event commented on the high SPL levels achieved and ‘incredible’ definition of the low frequency, while the bass energy could be felt at over 60meters.
The T13 warehouse is a former shipbuilding warehouse and the sold-out event saw almost 5,000 revelers take in sets from John O’Callaghan, Bryan Kearney, Will Atkinson and Standerwick amongst many more.