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Cleveland-Based Rockin’ Robin Productions Keeping Its VUE Inventory Busy At Range Of Events

al-Class line arrays as well as hs-28 subs and h-208 low-profile loudspeakers offer scalable system options.
VUE al-Class deployed by Rockin' Robin for the Femmes of Rock.

Cleveland-based sound reinforcement company Rockin’ Robin Productions has been utilizing the VUE Audiotechnik al-Class line arrays it recently added to its inventory for a range of larger events, including Femmes of Rock, Geneva Grape Jamboree, and Thunder on the Strip featuring Jackyl.

Each event presented sonic challenges with different genres of music and different instruments. Rockin’ Robin also employs VUE hs-28 subwoofers and h-208 low-profile dual 8-inch loudspeakers, scaling audio coverage to various sizes of outdoor events and venues.

“Our VUE speakers cover everything we do. Our clients rave about the sound quality and say they have never heard a sound system like VUE,” says Doug Secor, owner of Rockin’ Robin who founded the company 18 years. ago. “Also, the a-12 and a-15 utilized as stage monitors are awesome. We have found that VUE speakers are the best — sound quality is second-to-none.

“From national, regional, and local acts we have nothing but positive remarks,” he adds. SystemVUE software makes set-up simple and easy to dial-in. We will keep adding to our inventory with more VUE speakers as we grow.”  

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