"The Meyer system was a major investment, but it was a smart business move," says Sellersville Theater Co-Owner William Quigley. "In the short term we have great sound for our patrons, and over the long run we're building a reputation as a must-play venue for top-tier acts."
Anyone who might think Jamband culture has cooled off in recent times need only have attended the Gathering of the Vibes Festival this past August in Bridgeport, CT
Marking it's 15th year!
A nearly $2 billion enterprise, fashion trendsetter Urban Outfitters is hardly a strait-laced, button-down establishment.
The firm's next-generation corporate ethos shows at their headquarters complex in the former Philadelphia Naval Shipyard
In mid-summer of 2010, more than 20,000 fans of jam-band music gathered in Bridgeport, Conn. for the 16th annual
Gathering of the Vibes (GOTV), a four-day festival inspired by—and in some cases played by members of—the legendary Grateful Dead.
"After 15 years with them, we have a lot of trust in the Midas name. So when it was time to go digital, the Pro6 was an easy choice.”
DBS Audio has a long-standing reputation for excellence in audio, so it’s no surprise that DBS relies on Midas consoles.
But, when DBS made the shift from analogue to digital with the PRO6, now that is news!
Jazz On the National Mall was the highlight of this summer's Duke Ellington Jazz Festival, the largest annual music event in Washington, DC, with more than 100 performances staged at concert venues and clubs around the city.
The Arts United Center in Fort Wayne, Ind. has recently upgraded to a Meyer Sound M'elodie line array loudspeaker system, courtesy of Coatesville, Pa.-based DBS Audio Systems Inc.
2008 proved to be a milestone year for Coatesville, PA based DBS Audio Systems, Inc. DBS was able to stay busy in the often slow winter months thanks to an epic year from its installation department.
Providing a reinforcement system for small clubs often means making the best of an environment created with little or no consideration for sound. So for Dave Brotman, president of DBS Audio Systems in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, sound system design for Baltimore, Md.’s new nightclub The Funk Box was a real treat.
“Point Entertainment has been working with DBS Audio for over 6 years. During that time, DBS has provided us with outstanding sound and technical reinforcement. First class equipment and technical support, and a level of professionalism unsurpassed in the industry is why we've been using DBS Audio for all of our concerts and events since 2002. Our clients, including the Philadelphia Weekly, Campus Philly, Eagleview Concert Series and World Team Tennis have all commented “that’s the best sound we’ve ever had”. They are thrilled not only with the quality of the sound, but how easy they are to work with, which is why we keep working with them. DBS has shown an understanding of Long Term relationships by working with us on our budgetary constraints.
- Richard Kardan President Point Entertainment