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Harman Professional Components Make Up Concert System For Grand Plaza Main Stage At 2014 NAMM
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The Anaheim Grand Plaza Main Stage at the upcoming 2014 NAMM show will feature the first public concert use of JBL Professional’s new VTX Series V20 line array system with S25 companion subwoofers.

The stage, located between the Hilton and the convention center, will host headlining performances by percussionist Sheila E. and blues-rock guitarist Jonny Lang.

The full schedule:

 Wednesday, Jan 22, 6 pm: Pre-Show Party Featuring Bernie Williams and Gil Parris
 Thursday, Jan 23, 6 pm: Opening Night Concert Featuring Jonny Lang
 Friday,Jan 24, 6 pm: The Imagine Party, Featuring Sheila E. With Special Appearance by Art Alexakis of Everclear
 Saturday, Jan 25, 6 pm: Saturday Night Concert

In addition to the new VTX V20 arrays, the system will include a full complement of Harman Professional components. The list includes 10 x JBL VTX V20 mains, 6 x S25 subs per side, 6 x G28 subs (center), VTX F Series fill loudspeakers and stage monitors, VT4886/VT4883 side fills, Crown Audio VRacks, Soundcraft Vi digital mixing consoles, and AKG wired/wireless microphones. And, entertainment lighting at the stage will include Martin MAC Vipers, MAC 700s, MAC 301s and control and programming with a Martin M1.

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