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Lombardi joins Adamson’s Project Energia

Termoli-based Lombardi SRL is the first Italian partner to join Project Energia and take on the new E15 system, adding to a considerable existing Adamson inventory.
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Sound and light hire company Lombardi SRL has joined the ranks of Project Energia partners, including Concept Audio and Sound Image, adding the new E15 system to its sizeable inventory of Adamson PA systems. “For many years Lombardi has had a trustworthy relationship with utmost professional respect towards Reference Laboratory. Originally, when (Angelo) Tordini suggested to test the Adamson Y-Axis I took a chance and just fell in love with it. Now, years later I decided to join the Energia network because I consider it an investment in a very innovative, and the future’s market-leading product,” said Pasquale Lombardi, owner of Lombardi SRL. Lombardi’s existing Adamson inventory includes Y18, Y10, T21 Sub, SpekTrix Series, Metrix Series, M15 and M215 monitors. Their first show with the new Adamson E15 system was Umbria Jazz, in Perugia. The system was provided for Reference Laboratory who has been in charge of the festival’s sound for the past 25 years. Adamson Europe GmbH, director of operations, Jochen Sommer flew in for the prep and to do technical support for the event’s duration. Umbria Jazz provided an ideal platform to showcase the new system, and put it in front of many local and international sound engineers. Reference Laboratory’s Angelo Tordini encouraged Lombardi SLR to join Project Energia and to take advantage of this opportunity. “The closing show of the festival featured a highly acclaimed show by Sting. We received great reviews about the sound from the festival organizers, as well as the local and visiting engineers,” commented Tordini. www.adamsonsystems.comwww.lombardiservice.it

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