Adamson provided on-site training for the Eighth Day Sound team that supports the P.A. on a regular basis.
Adamson Systems Engineering in Port Perry, Ontario, Canada, announces that Eighth Day Sound has taken delivery of an additional 120 Adamson E-Series and 72 S-Series loudspeakers. Eighth Day Sound is headquartered in Highland Heights, Ohio, with offices in London, Sydney and Los Angeles, and provides sound reinforcement for top tours and festivals worldwide.
“The reason we decided to add more Adamson loudspeakers to our rental inventory is that we have found that worldwide marketplace acceptance and demand for the E-Series continues to grow,” explains Jack Boessneck, executive vice president Eighth Day Sound. “It seems that every engineer that uses the system becomes an instant fan.”
Eighth Day Sound became an E-Series partner in 2013 as one of the first sound companies in the States to join the Adamson network. The company added substantially to their inventory during the summer of 2015. This most recent purchase includes S-Series, which is new for Eighth Day.
“The S-Series box is just the continuation and expansion of the Adamson product line,” adds Boessneck. “It fills in all the necessary spaces when used in conjunction with the E-Series and carries the same sonic signature when used as a stand-alone system. Adamson continues to supply innovative tools to the marketplace.”
“We are extremely pleased with Eighth Day’s continued support,” concludes James Oliver, director marketing and sales for Adamson. “They are a global company that continues to lead the market. Our ongoing partnership is something we are very proud of and look forward to growing in the future.”