Audio provider ENTEC brings EDM to the masses at German dance festival.

Weeze, Germany (August 12, 2019)—EDM fans make the trek to Parookaville every year as the annual festival attracts no less than 200,000 visitors over three days. Held at Weeze airport, a former military base in the Lower Rhine region of Germany, this year’s edition saw audio production company ENTEC team with audio specialists TEQSAS to cover the crowd at the Desert Valley Stage with a Coda Audio system.

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Covering an area of more than 5,000 square meters, the Desert Valley Stage is one of the largest at the festival. A Coda Audio AiRAY was used as the main PA as well as for DJ monitoring, with two hangs of 10 AiRAY used on each side, complemented by two-dozen Coda Audio SCP sensor-controlled subs in an end-fired cluster. Front-fill was taken care of by Coda Audio APS.

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TEQSAS application engineer, Michael Linden, commented, “The system delivered a uniform sound distribution across the frequency spectrum up to the required depth of 80 meters. Even in the sub area, the SCP subwoofers have been able to match this standard with the end-fired arrangement. The consistently positive response of visitors to this new sound experience was pleasing and was achieved thanks to Coda’s ring-diaphragm driver technology and the unique sensor technology in the sub-bass. The system produced great power with negligible distortion and we deemed it to be a complete success. We’re already looking forward to next year!”

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