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Poland’s GMB Pro Sound Invests In Allen & Heath dLive

Rental company adds three new dLive S7000 surfaces and DM64 MixRacks, plus DX32 expansion racks and ME personal monitoring systems.

GMB Pro Sound, one of Poland’s largest rental companies, has invested in a total of three dLive mixing systems from Allen & Heath.

The firm’s client list includes Poland’s major music festivals, concerts and TV shows, such as Open’er festival, Krakow Live festival and the huge World Youth Days worship festival.

GMB’s three new dLive systems comprise the flagship S7000 surfaces and DM64 MixRacks, plus DX32 expansion racks and Dante networking cards. In addition, the company bought a ME personal monitoring system comprising a ME-U hub and 13 ME-1 mini mixers.

Remigiusz Kasztelik, production manager at GMB Pro Sound, says: “We decided to invest in dLive because of its intuitiveness, and compatibility with other solutions as the Dante networking option makes dLive a fully universal device. The systems will be put to work at many of the music and TV events that we manage. I am convinced that dLive will fulfil its duties perfectly.”

Two of GMB’s dLive systems were recently used at a huge World Youth Days concert held in Tauron Kraków Arena, where they were employed to manage monitors along with the ME-1 personal mixers, which were used on stage by the artists.

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