Israel’s Kolot Ramim Sound & Light has made a significant investment in a new E-Series loudspeakers from Adamson Systems Engineering, continuing a long and successful partnership between the two companies.
“We decided to invest in the E-Series package to follow our longtime clients to bigger venues while also supporting larger festivals and major international tours,” comments Yossi Bar, the founder of Kolot Ramim and a partner of Break Systems, Adamson’s Israeli distributor. “Adamson’s rider acceptance has grown significantly and promoters in our market are looking for seasoned companies offering Adamson loudspeaker systems.”
Kolot Ramim was established in 1987 and has since become one of Israel’s top production technologies providers, catering to a domestic and international client list. The company first invested in Adamson in 2007 with the purchase of a Spektrix line array package and has since been an early adopter of Adamson innovations, including Metrix, Y-Axis, M-Series, and Point Series products.
In 2016, Kolot Ramim added a significant complement of S10 compact two-way, true line source cabinets and accompanying S119 subwoofers, which Bar notes have been the ideal solution for the vast majority of Kolot Ramim’s applications. Based on the overwhelmingly positive response, the company has now invested in an E-Series package that includes 24 E15 three-way, true line source enclosures and 32 E119 subwoofers.
“We have great relationships that span from 10 to 25 years with many of our artists, and those artists and their crews are thrilled with the performance of our E-Series and S-Series packages,” Bar adds. “The phase coherence, even coverage, and clarity are exceptional. Adamson makes the best PA I’ve ever heard.”
“The response to Adamson’s products in Israel has been extremely positive from the get-go, and it’s just getting better with the E-Series and S-Series,” adds Gadi Reik, a founding partner with Break Systems. “Both engineers and artists are adding Adamson speakers to their riders as the demand for high-performance audio systems continues to grow.”