Europe Day is a Dream with Sound Projects and ASL

The Belgian supplier provided a DreamLine sound reinforcement system to the EU Parliament
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Sound Projects DreamLine, European Parliament, ASL, Europe Day 2015

On 9 May, Belgium-based ASL supplied a Sound Projects DreamLine sound reinforcement system to the European Parliament – which, along with other EU institutions, opened its doors to the general public – for Europe Day.

The day's main music performances and speeches were held in the main square in front of the parliament building's entrance.

“These are the projects where the DreamLines [pictured] prove to be unbeatable,” says Peter Ellegeest, an ASL engineer. “Events like this are about many things, but not about sound reinforcement. Intelligibility and high-fidelity music should simply be there.

Sound Projects DreamLine, European Parliament, ASL, Europe Day 2015

"Inconspicuous, up and ready to play in minutes rather than hours, predictable coverage, predictable sound quality. It proved all easy work with the DreamLine.”

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