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Peak Sound Light Makes Mark With EAW

Cheltanham, U.K. (June 5, 2007)--Peak Sound and Light of Cheltanham, U.K. has purchased a slew of EAW KF730 Series SLAM line arrays (16 KF730 full-range modules and eight SB730 subwoofers) as the latest addition to its rental PA inventory.
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Cheltanham, U.K. (June 5, 2007)--Peak Sound and Light of Cheltanham, U.K. has purchased a slew of EAW KF730 Series SLAM line arrays (16 KF730 full-range modules and eight SB730 subwoofers) as the latest addition to its rental PA inventory.

The EAW KF730 Series arrays provided by Peak Sound and Light for Making Our Mark in Kennington Park. “I’ve been a big fan of EAW for a number of years, and when the need for a new system arose, my first thoughts turned to the SLAM (Small Line Array Module) system from EAW,” says Karl Ashman, MD at Peak.

“We were asked to provide sound services for the Making our Mark event--a march through central London followed by a concert in Kennington Park--and the system worked perfectly,” says Ashman. “And then just a few weeks later, we were at the Winter Gardens in Blackpool for the Assemblies of God conference. It just goes to show the diversity of the system; one week we are in a field for 3,000 people, and the next we are inside a conference hall for 2,500.”

The system works in conjunction with another recent purchase - a pair of Litec D30 Flying Towers that are “a perfect match,” according to Peak General Manager Stu Petersen. “The system works equally well when ground stacked, or flown – it’s very easy to fly, so that is our preferred option.”

Peak Sound and Light
www.peaksoundandlight.co.uk

EAW
www.eaw.com