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Stage Electrics to host Yamaha open days

The events will take place on Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 January at the London branch of Stage Electrics, and will encompass a series of demonstrations of Yamaha Commercial Audio products.
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The events will take place on Tuesday 25 and Wednesday 26 January at the London branch of Stage Electrics, and will encompass a series of demonstrations of Yamaha Commercial Audio products.

The M7CL (pictured) and LS9 digital mixing consoles and SB168-ES stage box will be among the Yamaha systems in use during the two open days at Stage Electrics London in Bermondsey.

Capacity at the open days is limited and anyone interested in attending should contact Naomi Wilkinson on naomi.wilkinson@gmx.yamaha.com for further information and to register for their preferred date.

“The open days are designed to give both prospective and existing users a focused overview of the key functions and applications of the products and the advantages of using EtherSound and Dante,” said Wilkinson. “Each demo will be followed by practical hands-on time with the equipment, with Yamaha staff available to give advice and answer questions. It’s the ideal opportunity to get to know Yamaha products better and get advice from the people who know them best.”

Stage Electrics London branch manager Stephen Bray added: “The Yamaha open days will be a great, informal environment for customers to get a real hands-on demonstration of the latest Yamaha professional audio products. There will be none of the normal hustle and bustle of a trade show, so customers will be able to get a more personal demonstration and make much more informed purchasing decisions. It’s the perfect opportunity for interested people to get some hands-on time with the equipment, as well as catching up with friends and colleagues.”

www.yamahacommercialaudio.com

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