Indian rental companies invest in dLive

Indian rental companies invest in dLive

Published: ASIA

INDIA: Allen & Heath’s Indian distributor, Sun Infonet, has confirmed the sale of the manufacturer’s dLive digital mixing system to a pair of PA companies: Systematic Inc in Bengaluru and Telengara-based Naamdhari Entertainment Systems. Both purchases comprised an S7000 Surface with a DM64 MixRack, which the two companies have added to their rental inventories.

‘Our team recently expanded, and the technical demands of our clients has increased in recent times, so I needed to invest in a new digital board. Allen & Heath was the obvious choice,’ said Vinod Bangera, owner of Systematic Inc. ‘I have been using Allen & Heath mixers for more than 15 years, starting with the GL3300 and the ML Series, and I always loved the preamp of the analogue mixers. However, the main reason I chose dLive was the 96k processing capability. During testing, I was very impressed with the sound quality.’

Mr Gurmukh from Naamdhari Entertainment Systems also explained his reasons for selecting a dLive system to add to his company’s roster. ‘We are a rental company with a huge range of equipment and we needed a new digital console to meet the growing demands of the business,’ he said. ‘dLive has a great array of features, fantastic headroom, loads of channels and faders; it’s very responsive and everything is available on the surface so you don't have to search through menus. We are very pleased with our purchase.’

www.allen-heath.com
www.suninfonet.net

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