RM Audio Debuts Boxes At Festival

Decatur, GA (July 14, 2008)--Regional SR company RM Audio recently provided sound services for legendary gospel group The Caravans, which performed at the Georgia International Convention Center. The show saw the debut of the company's new "all-direct radiating" 4-way active speaker system.
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Decatur, GA (July 14, 2008)--Regional SR company RM Audio recently provided sound services for legendary gospel group The Caravans, which performed at the Georgia International Convention Center. The show saw the debut of the company's new "all-direct radiating" 4-way active speaker system.

Don McKinze handled FOH mixing for the show using a Soundcraft house desk, while John Tyler took on monitors on a Yamaha board. The act was heard through Audix OM-5 vocal mics.

The company's new speaker system sports JBL 15", 12" and 5" drivers with EV tweeters, all powered by QSC amplifiers with JBL crossovers. Monitors on-hand were RM Audio's proprietary 12x1 wedges, again powered by QSC.

According to Tyler, "This very small system was more than adequate for the task; it got as loud as needed without any horns. It was very studio monitor like, and owes its design philoshopy to a certain West Coast band that hauled around 50 MacIntosh 2300s to power its "wall of sound"....once upon a time."

RM Audio
www.rmaudio.net