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AVER Productions Adds EAW Radius To Inventory

Company supports Jack Daniels marketing tour and Truth Nightclub of the Starz television series with RSX208L line arrays and RSX218 subwoofers.

Miami-based AVER Productions has invested in Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) Radius loudspeakers to further its business throughout the country and the Caribbean Islands.

“We create experiential events for corporations, designed to advertise or market products,” explains Eddie Bernal, owner of AVER Productions. “The Radius system has been in use since it arrived. It was deployed on a five-stop Jack Daniels marketing tour and is currently in use with the Starz hit television series Power and EFFEN Vodka tour – bringing the show’s Truth Nightclub to warehouses all over the country.”

For the pop-up EFFEN Vodka events, the AVER team transforms empty warehouses into the show’s Power nightclub. Customers are invited to experience the same atmosphere they would on the set of the popular television series.

TRUTH Nightclub promotional tour.

“Radius plays a big role in the tour. We needed a strong nightclub sound for the event,” adds Bernal. “The nightclub is created the same in each location, making system setup identical every time. It adds the perfect touch to the nightclub environment.”

AVER added 16 RSX208L line array enclosures and 12 RSX218 dual 18-inch subwoofers to their inventory. The RSX208L is a 3-way, self-powered loudspeaker designed to streamline setup and deliver maximum results. The array features OptiLogic, providing automatic array self-detection and instant optimization including air loss compensation and more.

The RSX218 subwoofer offers push-button cardioid operation for added sonic control – ideal for applications like the Power nightclub. Onboard electronics (1400W maximum) and wide ports reduce low-frequency turbulence.

The EAWmosaic app provides total system optimization from anywhere in the venue, plus intuitive room design and prediction in a single application.

“The EAWmosaic software is extremely easy to use. I’m not an audio engineer and I learned how it worked in 10 minutes,” Bernal says. “Once you understand it, there is so much you can do. It makes even the inexperienced feel like they know what they’re doing, and the sound is exceptional. I am incredibly impressed. The system is equally adaptable for big and small events. It is a terrific addition to our inventory.”

Eastern Acoustic Works

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