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Peavey PA systems to be used at Prolight+Sound 2010
Peavey PA systems are to be used at the Prolight+Sound 2010 tradeshow, the company has announced.
The audio equipment manufacturer is sponsoring the Agora Stage at the conference, where performances will be taking place from musicians Monty Montgomery and Davy Knowles.
A range of Peavey equipment will be used to power the sets, from subwoofers to monitors and digital audio processors.
Andy Rust, marketing manager for the company, told MI-Pro that using the Peavey PA systems and other equipment at the gig would be a test of their abilities.
"We're looking forward to putting so much of our gear through its paces in front of what is likely to be a fairly critical audience," he stated.
He added that the event would bring "great exposure" to all the products in the Peavey range.
Last month, the Peavey VYPYR series amp was named as the product of the year at the annual Music & Sound Awards for the second time in succession.Posted on 4 Mar 2010 14:20 to category : Music News
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