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Festival time for KV2 Audio’s VHD system

KV2 Audio’s recently introduced Very High Definition (VHD) sound system has been making the rounds of Pacific Northwest music festivals in America, such as Sasquatch, Esthetic, Beloved and Decibel.

KV2 Audio’s recently introduced Very High Definition (VHD) sound system has been making the rounds of Pacific Northwest music festivals in America. The KV2 systems have been featured at Sasquatch Festival in May, Esthetic Evolution festival in June, and Photosynthesis festival in July, and will be deployed again for Beloved festival in August as well as most of the nine stages for Seattle’s world-famous Decibel Festival in September. “As with all KV2 systems, the VHD definitely punches above its weight,” said Michael Manahan, owner of Starborne Sound, the Seattle-based company that provided sound services for Sasquatch and Esthetic Evolution. “We were accustomed to the superb performance of KV2’s ES and EX Series but when we had the chance to run the larger VHD System we were truly amazed by the audio clarity, and unbelievable crowd bumping bass, over such a large area.” For both Sasquatch and Esthetic Evolution, Starborne utilize identical VHD systems consisting of a single VHD2.0 high-mid cabinet, four VHD4.18 subwoofers, a single VHD2.21, two VHD3200 amps and one VHD2000 amps per side. Steve Palermo, president of LIFT Distribution, KV2’s North American distributor, commented, “Our customers are rolling into these outdoor festivals with a fraction of the expected gear, crew and cost, setting up in record time and then watching other seasoned live sound professionals stand there listening in disbelief. They ask, ‘how do you get that sound out of such a small system.’” www.kv2audio.comwww.liftdistribution.com

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