Entec invests in d&b V-Series

London-based rental company Entec Sound & Light has added more d&b loudspeakers to its hire stock, investing in the German manufacturer’s V-Series line array system.
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London-based rental company Entec Sound & Light has added more d&b loudspeakers to its hire stock, investing in the German manufacturer’s V-Series line array system.
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London-based rental company Entec Sound & Light’s audio division has added more d&b loudspeakers to its hire stock, investing in the German manufacturer’s V-Series line array system. The company has used d&b as its principle hire brand for over 10 years. Entec’s recent investment includes 16 V8 loudspeakers, four V12 loudspeakers and eight V-SUBs. Audio sales manager Peter Codron chose the V-Series in part because of its tonal compatibility with the larger J-Series. Entec had used both the V-Series and J-Series loudspeakers for the Teenage Cancer Trust shows earlier this year. “We are really excited to add the V-Series to our hire stock,” said Codron, “We have a great demand for it, and a whole diverse range of shows and events on which it will be used. d&b have used their Q and J series technology to produce this remarkable system. It’s absolutely perfect for all types of live performances.” www.dbaudio.comwww.entec-soundandlight.com

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