Audio & Light takes Aero
Audio & Light used their new Aero system at the University of North Carolina's Memorial Hall
D.A.S. Audio USA is pleased to announce that Greensboro, NC-based Audio & Light, Incorporated recently took delivery of an Aero system consisting of sixteen CA-28A line array elements and eight CA-215A subwoofers. As a regional installation and production company that provides sound, lighting, and video services for concerts and special events ranging in size from 500 - 5,000 seats, the company reports that their new system was immediately placed into service upon delivery-with exceptional results.
According to Jim Hoyle, Audio & Light's President, "We felt that the overall Aero package quality was most impressive. The rigging hardware makes this system very quick and easy to fly, and our crew really loves this aspect of the system as it simplifies their job considerably. The boxes sound terrific and the coverage they provide is nothing short of amazing. We've dealt with a lot of line arrays over the years, and the DAS Aero system's throw capabilities are really exceptional."
Audio & Light first used their new D.A.S. Aero system at the University of North Carolina's Memorial Hall. The concert, which featured Chrisette Michele, an R&B artist on the Def Jam Recording label, was a tremendous success.
"For this particular show" notes Hoyle, "we flew all sixteen of the CA-28A's and all eight of the CA-215A subwoofers. We had approximately 1,500 people in attendance for this concert and coverage throughout the main floor and the balcony was excellent. Of particular note, our client was happy. Apparently, previous systems haven't fared all that well in terms of even coverage throughout the space as the balcony is so high, but our new Aero system did a great job in this room. Similarly, this was the first time the artist had worked with a D.A.S. setup and both she and her FOH engineer were very impressed."