NEXT-proaudio goes up in the Club Awards

Danish supplier Showtech Event Group supplied the system for one of Denmark's best awards shows.
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Club Awards next-proaudio

NEXT-proaudio recently supplied the sound reinforcement required for Denmark's Club Awards, held on 19 March at the Ballerup Super Arena. The system was provided by the Danish rental company Showtech Event Group.

Showtech Event Group increased its NEXT-proaudio inventory two months ago, having recently purchased a large quantity of NEXT LA212x and Las418 cabinets from the Portuguese manufacturer.

At the Club Awards, the system comprised a total of 16 LA212x, 16 LAs418 as FOH, 28 LA122 as outfill and delay system, eight LA122W, two Las218 as front fill and DJ monitoring, and eight Lam112x as stage monitors.

This event, considered Denmark's coolest award show, celebrates the Danish clubbing scene and includes performances of some of the most famous artists in Denmark such as Kato, Alexander Brown, and Kenneth Bager.

The event was also broadcast on MTV Channel the following week.

“The event is unique because that it´s the biggest of its kind in Denmark. Showtech event group was involved because we are a full service company. The main challenge we had to overcome was the stage design, as were standing with microphones in front of the main PA system. We are pleased and proud of the project because the sound was very close to perfect. All ready during the sound check with the artist there was a buzz that this was the best sounding that they ever had played on,” comments Jesper Christiansen, Showtech´s technical director.



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