With part of Eighth Day's new Adamson System are (L to R): Owen Orzack, C.W. Alkire, Danny Klocker, Brandon Goldstein and Andy Morrison.
Highland Heights, OH (June 3, 2015)–International touring sound provider Eighth Day Sound is adding more than 200 Adamson Systems Engineering E-Series loudspeakers to its global inventory.
In 2013, Eighth Day Sound acquired one of the first E15 line array systems which was immediately put into use by a number of national and regional tours. “When we first bought the Adamson system, it was new and still a work in progress,” explains Sean Sturge, Eighth Day Sound’s global sales manager. “Since then, we’ve worked closely with their engineering and marketing teams to refine a package that ensures the highest performance, service, and efficiencies for our clients. We’re excited to now be able to field Adamson products everywhere we do business.”
“Every engineer that has been in front of this system agrees that it’s one of the best they’ve ever heard,” adds Owen Orzak, Eighth Day Sound’s director of touring services. “The Adamson package is extremely flexible – able to handle any configuration necessary. It’s also nice that their headquarters are nearby. It makes it even easier to communicate and collaborate with their team.”
In total, Eighth Day Sound is adding 108 E15 and 30 E12 line array enclosures along with 80 units of a new subwoofer that will be launched later in 2015. The boxes will be shared between the company’s U.S., U.K. and Australian offices. The company will first deploy the new PA for the Hot 97 Summer Jam at Metlife Stadium in early June.
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