Adamson Systems Engineering is expanding its presence at the 2017 WFX Conference & Expo, showcasing and demoing its latest products, the IS7 sub-compact two-way, full range line array cabinet and IS118 subwoofer, in Booth 6. The company will also share insights from a panel of esteemed house of worship experts as part of the event’s diverse educational program. The 2017 edition of WFX runs October 10-12 in Dallas, Texas.
As part of the company’s ongoing commitment to education and training, Adamson will be presenting a panel session entitled “Scaling Up – The Selection Process When Choosing Sound Reinforcement Products” as part of the WFX Conference.
The session, happening Wednesday, October 10th from 11-11:40 am, aims to share real-world learning experiences from a panel of distinguished presenters on how they changed and improved the audio systems within their respective worship communities. Panel members include: Brian Poole, Elevation Church; Ricki Cook, Hillsong Church; Jim Burdette, WJHW; and Andrew Starke, North Point Community Church.
Adamson will also be highlighting its recently released IS-Series of installation-focused loudspeakers at Booth 6 in the product expo. These products pack Adamson’s sophisticated tour-grade technology into sleek, architecturally friendly boxes with rugged and unobtrusive rigging solutions.
“The worship market has very specific needs and expectations,” begins Mick Whelan, Adamson’s director of U.S. Operations. “Based on the unprecedented success of our S-Series for house of worship applications, we see a great future with the integration-friendly IS-Series as well. At 29 lbs., the IS7’s power-to-weight ratio and pleasing aesthetics make this model an attractive contender for many users, right out of the box.”
Visitors will have a chance to hear the IS-Series and other Adamson offerings in the onsite LSI Loudspeaker Demo during WFX 2017, with a special solo demo taking place Wednesday, Oct. 11th from 1:20-1:40 pm local time. The solo session will allow for multiple tracks to be played at higher performance levels without interruption for a more extensive listening experience.