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Pittman Media Group Delivering Audio To Its Clients With EAW

Dallas-based production company is utilizing NTX Series line arrays, SBX subwoofers and more for a variety of live event and system integration projects.
Members of the Pittman Media Group team in Dallas with some of the company's EAW components.

Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) has announced that Dallas-based production company Pittman Media Group is utilizing a range of its loudspeakers and subwoofers for a variety of live event and system integration products.

“We first began looking to invest in EAW back in 2018 and were immediately impressed,” says president and owner Zack Pittman. “EAW has always been focused on making really good sound. The ease of use of EAW’s gear is second to none, and we were excited to add them to our inventory.”

Pittman Media Group currently has 24 NTX Series dual 10-inch powered line array loudspeakers, 12 SBX dual 18-inch subwoofers and multiple RSX Series self-powered point source loudspeakers in stock for its clients’ projects.

“I love that our EAW gear is active powered,” Pittman adds. “Having Dante as well as DSPs built into the box without adding much more weight per box was incredibly appealing. The same goes for having amplification built into it without needing to worry about heavy speaker wire going up to the truss. Our EAW gear simplifies setup time and it also sounds great. The ability to easily zone delay is also fantastic.”

Chad Clark, Pittman Media Group sales and client relations, notes, “one of the reasons we invested in the NTX boxes was their ability to adapt to our various needs. The fact that the NTX boxes are big enough to handle a decent sized musical act, but at the same time small, light and sleek enough for our corporate events, was a big selling point. With the EAW NTX 210L boxes, we can do an NHL arena and turn around and do a ballroom at the same time. It’s the fantastic sound combined with that kind of versatility that makes EAW a winner.”

The company also Pittman Media Groups the brand for a system integration project at Concord Church in Dallas.“They love their EAW QX series speakers that are installed at their beautiful house of worship,” Pittman concludes. “It took very little tuning and processing to get the incredible EAW sound we have come to expect. They are really pleased with the sound of it. In fact, so happy, they like the sound of their EAW QX500 point source outfills better than their existing custom non-EAW line array. For Pittman, that’s another testament to EAW’s high quality sound.”


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