Morgan Hill, CA (October 31, 2007)--Morgan Hill-based live audio specialist, 4 dB Sound, has taken delivery of an ISP Technologies Tripower Reference / Concert Series Speaker System. 4 dB Sound provides sound reinforcement for a number of events and concerts in Northern California. The new system has been deployed at Morgan Hill's Mushroom Mardi Gras festival, with 120,000 festival attendees over two days, and at concert performances featuring artists such as The Hacienda Brothers with Dave Gonzales of Paladin's fame, American Roots favorite Deke Dickerson and The Shane Dwight Blues Band.
"In the local markets we serve, portability, ease of set up, high-impact sound and economics are our overriding concerns," said Tony Tissot of 4 dB Sound. "ISP is the first to meet the need for a professional audio system at a price point that fits the reality of local-market sound providers. And since the 4-way system is complete with amplification and processing, setup times are quick and painless."
According to 4 dB Sound's Tissot, "ISP Technologies has created a remarkably versatile, great sounding system in the Tripower Reference / Concert Series Speaker System. There are many excellent systems on the market today, but they don't fit the economic realities of smaller sound providers. Musical Instrument store offerings are inexpensive, but don't provide the high-SPL, high-fidelity needed for professional shows. At the high end of the market the costs are simply too high to meet the needs of our clients. ISP gives us fast setup, low costs and a small footprint. The real proof of the system is the ability to fit easily into smaller rooms unobtrusively, and also being able to use the same system outdoors for upwards of 2000 people."
The system is also used at events that range from local civic organization meetings and events, Bluegrass concerts, the Gilroy Art and Wine Festival, all the way to audio for an ongoing series of "all-ages" hardcore music concerts for Stiletto Presents, LLC.
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