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Yamaha Takes NEXO GEO M10 Demos On The Road

Sessions to present GEO M10 and AutoRig feature along with STM-M28, GEO M6, and ID24 models in Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado and Texas, with more locations to be announced.

Yamaha announces that the new NEXO GEO M10 line array, developed for long-throw theater and live music applications, is going on tour.

The GEO M10 system is twice as powerful as its sister GEO M6 compact line array launched two years ago. While the M10 maintains a similar design, the larger M10 cabinet draws on structural and acoustic innovations first released in the NEXO STM Series modular line array, particularly the STM M28.

During the demo, participants will learn about the new NEXO GEO M10 AutoRig feature.

Demos will also feature NEXO STM-M28, NEXO GEO M6, and NEXO ID24.

Scheduled locations to date include:

May 1, 2017 Overlake Christian Church, Redmond, Washington

May 2, 2017 Eugene, Oregon – First Baptist Church of Eugene, Eugene, Oregon

May 3, 2017 Portland Arts Museum, Portland, Oregon

May 8, 2017 LDS Conference Center, Salt Lake City, Utah

May 9, 2017 Flatirons Community Church, Lafayette, Colorado

May 12, 2017 AT&T Performing Arts Center (Potter Rose Performance Hall) Dallas, Texas

A date and location in Chicago, Illinois will be announced soon as well as other locations and events in the near future.

To register and find out more information on the GEO M10 tour, click the link below.


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