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Innovation Productions Chooses Martin Audio For Tourist Trophy Races
First high-profile workout for W8LC arrays & MA5.2K amplifiers at nightly Isle of Man Festival concerts
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Innovation Productions, a leading U.K. hire company, is now utilizing line array technology for the first time, giving prominence in their rental fleet to a new Martin Audio W8LC system and control.

Managing director Andrew Pygott purchased 16 of the mid-high enclosures, along with eight WS218X subs and a pair of DX2 processors, based on recommendation.

Innovation has also configured the drive racks to accommodate six new Martin Audio MA5.2K amplifiers, with an MA12K driving the bottom end.

These recently introduced power amplifiers provide an exceptional amount of power in one rack space making for extremely compact racks; as a result, Innovation will only need one per side rather than the traditional two or three for a system of this power.

According to Pygott, the system was purchased as soon as the company was informed that it had the contract to supply sound reinforcement for this year’s Isle of Man Tourist Trophy motorcycle races in early June.

Each night a concert will be staged in the Villa Marina Gardens in Douglas featuring Whitesnake, the main headliner during the week-long festival, which will provide the W8LCs with their first serious test.

While Innovation Productions will rig its entire complement of loudspeakers for the occasion (in two hangs of eight), the purchase also allows different configurations to be fielded for conferences and awards dinners, depending on the size of the event.

In addition to the versatility of the W8LCs, Pygott confirms the fast rig/derig attributes of the system, the ease of use and versatility of DISPLAY, Martin Audio’s proprietary optimization software, and AudioCore remote PC control software also aided the decision.

“We are delighted with the purchase because it gives us so many different options,” he concludes.

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