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Soundfield becomes new L-ACOUSTICS network rental agent

[ATTACH=CONFIG]195333.vB5-legacyid=3518[/ATTACH]Belgian rental company Soundfield has become the latest L-ACOUSTICS Rental Network Agent, having placed a substantial initial order from ASC Audio, the local distributor in Belgium.

Soundfield now boasts an inventory of 24 KARA, 24 x KIVA and 24 x KUDO WST® line source cabinets; 14 x SB18 and 24 x SB28 subwoofers; 12 x 115XT HiQ active monitors; 12 x 12XT coaxials; 6 x LA4 amplified controllers and 36 x LA8A controllers in LA-RAKs.

The company runs an installation arm, Sotesa, alongside its rental business, specializing in theatres and concert halls. Sotesa was increasingly working with L-ACOUSTICS products for its fixed installation work, so the move to become a Rental Network Agent was a logical one.

To introduce their new equipment to the Belgium market, Soundfield organised a two-day open house event at the Brussels Event Brewery, with separate rooms to showcase the different KIVA, KARA and KUDO WST® systems they now have in stock.

“We are very happy to welcome such a professional and high quality rental company to the L-ACOUSTICS family,” says L-ACOUSTICS sales manager Tim McCall. “Soundfield’s decision to invest so heavily in L-ACOUSTICS systems indicates the strength of our product range and what we offer to the rental market. I am sure that the combination of Soundfield’s skills and enthusiasm with L-ACOUSTICS technology will prove a great success.”

Founded in 1984 by Dr Christian Heil, L-ACOUSTICS is a leading innovator and manufacturer of high-performance loudspeakers, amplifiers and signal processing devices for touring and installed sound markets. Known around the globe for pioneering and championing the modern line array loudspeaker concept with V-DOSC, the company has received numerous accolades for its K1, KUDO, KARA, KIVA, ARCS, XT coaxial loudspeaker systems and SB line of subwoofer enclosures, all powered and processed with the LA4 and LA8 amplified controllers in fulfillment of a “total system approach.”

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