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NAMM 2014: Studiomaster to debut lightweight, high power cabs

Murray Stassen 13 January 2014
NAMM 2014: Studiomaster to debut lightweight, high power cabs

PA and mixing desk manufacturer, Studiomaster, will be launching a range of new products at NAMM 2014. The company will showcase the Venture Series cabinets, available in 1,000W active and passive models. The cabinets are described as high power, high performance and ultra-light.   Studiomaster director of R&D, Paul Belcher, states, “The performance and quality of the Venture Series matches any 1,000W compact PA speaker currently available, and at a very competitive price. We engaged in a long testing programme in developing the final design, and the resultant performance of the range has far exceeded our original design objectives. The sound quality is exceptional for a compact, lightweight cabinet.”

  “As a premium range product, the Venture cabs are a perfect system match for our new Horizon mixer range. The availability of both the speakers and the mixers in powered and passive models offers a wide range of system options for professional quality, small and medium scale fixed and portable reinforcement systems for all manner of applications.”   In addition to the Venture Series cabinets, there will be two other new Studiomaster products available at NAMM, the Starlight combined stage-sound and lighting cabinets and the Horizon powered and passive professional portable mixers.   Paul Brewis, international business development, sales and marketing director, states, “With the prevalence of homogeneous plastic product in the powered mixer category, Horizon really sets itself apart: in terms of appearance – with its aluminium and bamboo construction – design, build and sound quality, power rating, and truly useable on-board effects. The Starlight sound and lighting cabinets illustrates the innovative genius of our UK based R&D team in creating a whole new product category for the MI and audio installation market.”

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