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Powersoft Provides Audible Difference At Annual Trinidad And Tobago Carnival
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This year’s Trinidad and Tobago Carnival, held annually on the Monday and Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, featured Powersoft K20 amplifiers powering the sound reinforcement systems utilized on multiple stages for the event.

This year marked the second year that Mario Sound & Entertainment has provided the sound reinforcement systems for the carnival. The only difference this year was that they utilized the Powersoft amplifiers recently added to their system inventory.

“Our investment in multiple K20 Powersoft amplifiers has been an excellent decision,” explains Mario Ahing, managing director of Mario Sound & Entertainment. “The K20s provide incredible power in one rack unit with the lowest weight and highest efficiency.”

With rack smaller and lighter than used before the company has experienced improved logistics for each gig with less space required in the truck and easier load in and load out.

“The energy savings are equally impressive,” continues Ahing. “Our customers recognize and appreciate the improved performance on both the low frequency and high frequency sections of the audio spectrum of our systems.”

Although temperatures can change dramatically during the carnival, the Powersoft K20s continued demonstrate remarkable reliability and durability. Loading down to 2 ohms, all of the amplifiers ran cool without any issues. The K20s powered multiple EAW KF 850, KF852, SB850 and JBL CSR82l loudspeakers in the most efficient way without a any problems.

Mario Sound & Entertainment intend to expand the range of Powersoft amplifiers they currently offer, adding more K20s as well as other K series models.

“Powersoft solutions give real value for money, quality of sound, flexibility, reliability and efficiency,” Ahing concludes. “Powersoft makes an audible difference in our systems.”


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