People Sound of Bogota, Colombia recently deployed their new Electro-Voice X-Line sound system for the huge â€œNuestra Tierra de La Megaâ€? concert in Bogota, hosted by radio station La Mega in the cityâ€™s Simon Bolivar Park and attended by over 80,000 people.
Dozens of rock acts performed over the course of the day, putting the mighty X-Line through its paces in the 300-meter deep venue. Whereas main arrays of 20 boxes per side are the norm for concert events in Simon Bolivar Park, X-Line impressed by providing more outputâ€”115dBA at front-of-houseâ€”with considerably less boxes: People Sound flew main arrays of just 12 X-Line (10x Xvls & 2x Xvlt) per side. The FOH system was managed via a NetMax N8000 matrix controller and powered via Dynacord PowerH 2500 remote-control amplifiers, all running IRIS-Net software.
Though suitably loud, the sound was exceptionally clean, thanks to the FIR-Drive presets in the RCM-26 modules loaded into the PowerH amps powering the FOH system. Three delay towers with XLC-127DVX arrays covered the crowd deep into the park; 20 Xsubs per side at FOH were ample to provide low-end punch all the way to the back of the venue.
Equipment list (selected):
FOH system management via NetMax N8000
20x X-Line Xvls (10 per side)
4x X-Line Xlvt (two per side)
40x X-Line Xsub (20 per side)
Powered by Dynacord PowerH 2500 amplifiers (loaded with RCM-26 DSP modules & FIR-Drive presets, run via IRIS-Net remote control & supervision software)
24x XLC-127DVX (12 per side)
Powered by 12x P3000RL amplifiers (running IRIS-Net remote control & supervision software)
Processed via NetMax N8000
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