W E Audio Ltd Hutton Grange, Office 2, Great Rollright, Oxfordshire, 0X7 5SQ
Office: 01608 737 226 Fax: 01608 730 792 Email: info @weaudio.co.uk
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By W E Audio, Sep 2 2014 08:00AM
W E Audio have added MLA-Mini to the Martin Audio MLA Hire inventory that they hope will compensate the bigger MLA-compact systems and offer the MLA consistency and quality of coverage that the MLA systems can offer for smaller events and shows. They also plan to use the system for infill and outfill purposes with other MLA products.
Already the system has been used for a 30 day install within Bournemouth’s pier approach, that lies close to many hotels and residential properties and it has proven itself in audio quality, coverage and capabilities in reducing noise pollution within this area.
For more information on the hire of MLA-Mini and other products please contact us at:
Tel: +44 (0)1608 737226.
By W E Audio, Apr 14 2011 10:00AM
The Pigeon Detectives’ FOH engineer Andy Hawkins specified W E Audio’s Turbosound Aspect system for their show at the Manchester Ritz and with a capacity crowd it was loud and vibrant to say the least and provided the band with the necessary audio impact that they required.
The FOH system included Turbosound Aspect TA-890 with TSW-218 subs. On stage W E Audio provided Turbosound TFM-450 wedge monitors with a Turbosound TQ system for side fills.
By W E Audio, Feb 19 2010 11:00AM
W E Audio are pleased to announce our fifth consecutive year returning to The Buxton Opera House for the annual Four Four Time festival. The festival has a diverse genre of bands from rock, pop, blues, jazz, folk, and world music.
This year’s event included artists such as:
The Wonder Stuff,
John Lees’ Barclay James Harvest
James Pearson & Friends
The Imagined Village
The front of house audio system incorporated our Turbosound Aspect TA-890 concert touring system with TSW-218 subs then Turbosound TQ-445 as infills. On stage the system included Turbosound TFM-450 wedges.
Consoles used on stage and at front of house were Midas Heritage H3000’s along with a compliment of XTA control and dynamics. Effects included the Lexicon 960 system, among others.