SSE takes show on the road

A series of equipment demonstrations announced by SSE Audio Group at each of its sites in London, the Midlands, and the North of England. The roadshows take place from March 6-8, 2012.
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SSE Audio Group have announced a series of equipment demonstration roadshows on March 6-8 2012 at each of its sites in London, the Midlands, and the North of England. Several systems and consoles will be on demonstration including:L-Acoustics ARCS II Constant Curvature WST Line Source (pictured) and SB28 Subs, and the compact KIVA Line Source, with SB18 Subs; the Midas PRO2c compact digital console, its recent launch reported on by PSNE in October 2011; the AVID SC48 digital mixing console with the new VENUE Stage 48 Remote stagebox; and Sennheiser G3 3000 series and 2000 series Radio systems. SSE Audio Group's Alex Penn commented: “If there's a product you, as a potential user, are particularly interested in then this is a far better forum to view in than a trade show. Ultimately it helps people to make better-informed decisions on what products to use, and where the best outlets to source them from are. It also gives all parties a chance to meet on a face to face basis and build working relationships. This all contributes to our policy of being a true service provider, and a business with which people will want to work.” The roadshow will begin on Tuesday 6 March at SSE’s London office, followed by SSE Audio Group Headquarters on 7 March, and wraps up at the Northern office on 8 March. Visitors are welcome to drop in at any locations between 12:00 and 17:00. To register for an event, please visit the SSE Audio Group



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