D.A.S Audio amplifies F1 European Grand Prix

D.A.S. Audio professional sound systems were on hand to provide sound reinforcement at events in Valencia, Spain, celebrating the 2012 Formula 1 European Grand Prix, as well as at the circuit itself.
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D.A.S. Audio professional sound systems were on hand to provide sound reinforcement at events in Valencia, Spain, celebrating the 2012 Formula 1 European Grand Prix, as well as at the circuit itself. In the days leading up the European Grand Prix Scudería Ferrari’s main sponsor Banco Santander threw a private party for members of the “prancing horse” team, directors and other invited guests. The event was held at a restaurant nestled between the dunes of Valencia’s Playa del Saler. Sound reinforcement was handled by local experts Sonilight, S.L., who used eight stand-mounted D.A.S. Avant 15A systems throughout the venue. The systems handled the sound for the different speakers at the event, including speeches by Banco Santander President Emilio Botín and Fernando Alonso, Ferrari driver and two-time F1 world champion. At the actual three-day European Grand Prix, including pre-event training, the classification round and the race itself, technicians from Acústica, the company responsible for the circuit’s sound reinforcement, opted for self-powered D.A.S. Aero 12A line array systems. Over 70 D.A.S. Aero 12A systems were distributed throughout the stands set up along the over 5 km circuit, as well as in front of the grandstand opposite the pit at the finish line. www.dasaudio.com

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