At the UK's Wireless Festival, will i. am was heard via Brit Row's Turbosound Flashline PA.
London, UK (August 13, 2013)—Brittannia Row Productions recently deployed a Turbosound Flashline PA system at the ninth Wireless Festival, located at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London. Headliners for this year’s festival included Jay-Z, Justin Timberlake, will.i.am and Snoop Dogg.
Britannia Row Productions’ Johnny Keirle was systems tech for the event. “Mechanically, the rigging is very well thoughtout. The flying and angling system is very thoughtfully laid out and labeled, making it easy and straightforward to put in the air. With four boxes to a dolly, you can set the majority of angles on the ground, resulting in a quick and easy flying process. The flybar case is a clever design and it’s tidy and compact,” said Keirle.
For the Pepsi Max Stage, Brittannia Row used Turbosound’s latest large scale line array system consisting of 10 TFS-900H high packs flown per side, with six each TFS-900B subs at left and right, plus a center stack of six TFS-900Bs. Extra subs were added to the original specification in order to beef up the sub-bass frequencies for will.i.am and other electronic-based artists.