White Light adds to audio offering with DPA

The company has added DPA d:screet 4080 and DPA d:vote 4099 microphones to the equipment catalogue of its recently-launched audio department.
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Last year saw London-based live entertainment specialists White Light successfully establish a brand new audio department, which the company says “has seen a host of prolific clients use the company solely for its audio services”.

With a commitment to building its equipment catalogue, White Light has recently invested in DPA d:screet 4080 and DPA d:vote 4099 microphones.

In total, White Light has purchased two 4099 touring kits, with further investment to follow, and 16 4080s to add to its increasing DPA capsule offering.

White Light’s hire stock already included DPA d:fine headsets, DPA d:screet 4060 microphones and Podium microphones, as well as equipment from other major audio manufacturers such as EM Acoustics, Full Fat Audio, Sennheiser, Shure and Yamaha

Marcus Wadland, White Light’s audio project manager, comments: “It was a natural choice for us to add additional ranges of DPA microphones to our hire stock. We are continually evaluating the current market offerings from the pro-audio industry and there really was no other contender when it came to close fixed instrument microphones to service our growing workload.

“Over the past 12 months, our equipment has been hired out to prolific events such as the Rugby World Cup, music festivals, corporate functions and even charity fundraisers. Similarly, only last month, we delivered a large-scale conference which included a large plenary, several large breakout spaces and 60 channels of RF therefore this continued investment comes as no surprise. With the addition of the latest DPA microphones, we continue to grow an equipment inventory which can fulfil any audio requirements”.

www.whitelight.ltd.uk
www.dpamicrophones.com

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