Amate loves the '80s (and '90s and '00s) at Heineken Music Hall, Amsterdam

Xcellence line arrays and JK12MA monitors provided sound coverage for retro club night
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Ben Saunders & The Dirty Daddies, We All Love 80s 90s 00s, Heineken Music Bar, HMF Sound and Light

An Amate Audio system comprising Xcellence line arrays and JK12MA stage monitors provided sound coverage for a recent We All Love 80s 90s 00s club night at the Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam.

Organised by music promoter Doctor Feelgood Events (previously known as Unomodo) and hosted by Rotterdam classic rock/pop station Radio 10, We All Love 80s 90s 00s featured a performance by Ben Saunders & The Dirty Daddies (pictured), "the best music selection from [the] '80s, '90s and 2000s" and "fabulous retro graphics, images and projections relating to those wonderful years".

Fielded by HMF Sound and Light, the We All Love 80s 90s 00s set-up consisted of 12+12 X210 line arrays with 4+4 X215W subwoofers, 8+8 X208 line arrays with 8+8 X218W subwoofers and four JK12MA point-source systems. (View more photos at HMF's Facebook page.)

We All Love 80s 90s 00s, Heineken Music Bar, HMF Sound and Light

Amate Audio was known as Master Audio until January this year (see Master Audio rebrands as Amate Audio).

www.amateaudio.com
www.hmfsoundandlight.nl

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