Baltimore, MD (April 30, 2012)—Maryland Sound International recently became the first company in the U.S. to add the new JBL VTX Line Array Series loudspeakers to its inventory, debuting the system at the annual White House Easter Egg Roll on April 9.
“We built our business on offering our clients the very best, and we are purchasing more than 300 of the new JBL VTX V25 line array loudspeakers,” said Bob Goldstein, president of Maryland Sound. “We will be using them for large-scale events, smaller productions and everything in between. When you start with outstanding components and put them into a well-designed enclosure, you can’t help but end up with outstanding results,” Goldstein continued. “I have to say that the technology behind the V25 is amazing. I’m a guy who likes to experience high-frequency reproduction all the way out to 20kHz. The D2 drivers handle a ton of power with no breakup modes and no measurable distortion. Having the D2 drivers in the V25 makes a huge difference and I wanted to have that kind of sound quality in our inventory.”
The JBL VTX Series V25 full-size, 3-way high-directivity line array element features two 2,000W, 15-inch Differential Drive woofers mounted in die-cast aluminum baffles, with four 8-inch Differential Drive midrange transducers and three D2 dual-diaphragm dual-voice-coil compression drivers mounted on a third-generation waveguide and patented Radiation Boundary Integrator assembly.
In addition, Maryland Sound will continue to use its existing VerTec VT4889 inventory.
Maryland Sound International