SR provider heavily researched largest gear purchase in its history.

Georgetown, DE (May 18, 2018)—Delaware’s Mid South Audio recently purchased a 98-box Nexo STM (Scale Through Modularity) system with M28, M46, B112 and RS boxes, and nine NUAR amp racks.

Since its arrival, the system has been put to use on events like Gullfest at Salisbury (Maryland) University featuring Kid Ink, Travis Porter, and The White Panda, as well as upcoming gigs in Nashville and South Carolina.

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“We made the decision about a year ago that we needed to add a new line array to our inventory,” said Kevin Short, director of Business Development, Mid South Audio LLC. “This was going to be the largest single audio purchase in our company’s 29-year history, so we were really serious about what we wanted to come away with. What the system would sound like was the number-one criteria and, was it rider-friendly.”

Taking it one step further, Short noted that they interviewed 40 production managers for various touring acts. “After we had narrowed our selection down to two line arrays, we re-interviewed the production managers, most had experience with Nexo systems, and 28 already had Nexo on their riders.”

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Sealing the deal, said Short, was the fact that there aren’t many Nexo systems in Mid Sound Audio’s region, and that the 98-box system could be broken down into multiple smaller systems if needed for simultaneous separate gigs or corporate events.

Mid South Audio LLC • www.midsouthaudio.com

Nexo • www.yamahaca.com