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Meyer Sound systems for France’s Main Square Festival

Erica Basnicki 31 July 2013
Meyer Sound systems for France’s Main Square Festival

Paris-based rental house Dushow supplied Meyer Sound LEO and MILO sound systems for both festival stages at the recent Main Square Festival in Arras, France. The three-day festival attracted a total crowd of approximately 100,000.   A LEO system was deployed for the main stage, which featured Sting, Green Day and The Prodigy, among others. The system comprised 48 LEO-M line array loudspeakers and 32 1100-LFC low-frequency control elements, as well as eight each MICA and MINA line array loudspeakers and four MSL-4 loudspeakers.   “This system’s consistency of coverage and high output allowed us to avoid the need for delay towers, and to maintain sound integrity over the required distance of 110 meters,” said Marc de Fouquières, general manager of Dushow.   “LEO’s excellent directivity also prevented conflict with audio from the second stage, which was located in parallel and only 100 meters away.”   The Green Room stage featured 30 MILO line array loudspeakers and 24 700-HP subwoofers.   “As we have come to expect from Meyer Sound, the systems delivered superb and trouble-free sound throughout the weekend,” said de Fouquières. “We are delighted by the performance of our LEO systems.”  

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