Delta goes four Yamaha

Delta Sound – a London-based rental and installation company - has reaffirmed its commitment to Yamaha mixing consoles with the purchase of four more digital systems, writes Nigel Lord.
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Delta Sound's relationship with Yamaha goes back over a decade (see pic of Alvin Curran’s Maritime Rites installation from 2007) to the development of the PM1D. After the recent acquisition of four more digital systems, its rental inventory now includes two PM5Ds, a DSP5D, six M7CL-48s, four LS9-16s, a DME64 digital mixing engine, 12 SB168-ES stage boxes and a wide array of amplifiers, effects processors and Mini-YGDAI interface cards. “The LS9s are out all the time. They allow us to supply complete ‘gig in a box’ systems,” explains Delta project manager, Lee Dennison. “The M7CL is used as the main mixer on medium-scale events and it’s in this console that Delta has recently made a significant investment.” Along with the four M7CL-48 desks, Delta has bought MY16-ES64 Ethersound interface cards and 12 SB168-ES stage boxes. “The thing with Yamaha equipment is we know it and we trust it. It gives us the confidence to pitch for all ranges of high-profile jobs and know we’ll meet - and regularly exceed - client expectations,” says Dennison. “It also means that lower-profile clients will want to use our services again - regular business which is vital to us.” www.yamahacommercialaudio.com

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