DM Audio joins Adamson rental network

The company recently purchased a substantial S10 line array system from Edinburgh-based certified re-seller Live Systems.
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Edinburgh-based DM Audio has become the latest company to join the Adamson rental partner network, having recently purchased a substantial S10 line array system from  certified re-seller Live Systems.

The system consists of S10 line array loudspeakers with S119 subs powered by Lab Gruppen PLM20K44 amplifiers together with a full rigging package.

Dino Martino, director of DM Audio, commented: “We had been looking for a new line array system for some time and had evaluated all of the alternatives currently on the market for function, sound quality, rider-friendliness and value. We trialled Adamson line array systems on some of the events that we supplied over the summer and the S-Series really stood out for us as the best system for our client base, with exceptional sound quality, well thought-out rigging and amazing coverage. Another important factor for us is the aftercare backup and we know we can rely on Live Systems and the UK distributor The Warehouse to deliver this.”

Steve Robb, managing director at Live Systems commented, “DM Audio have been providing sound equipment and production services to the Scottish market for over 20 years. I have known Dino and his team for a significant amount of this time and know that they are very particular when it comes to choosing new equipment. Any such investment must therefore demonstrate a strong return on investment while also ensuring a clear performance benefit for their customers. We are delighted that they have chosen to make the move to Adamson which further strengthens the rental partner network”.

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