Active Blue invests in Vio
Wednesday, 21 August 2019
active-bluedbtechnologiesFrank Kasten and Harald von Falkenstein (dBTechnologies Germany), Andreas Beer (managing director Active Blue)
Germany - Active Blue, a Bremen-based service provider for lighting, sound and event technology, recently acquired several components of the Vio system, dBTechnologies' most powerful PA system.
The Bremen-based company is using equipment from the Italian PA manufacturer dBTechnologies for the first time. The purchase includes 20 VIO L212, 20 S218 SUB and 20 L208 modules.
Active Blue has been in operation for 30 years and since and is active Europe-wide. The company is increasingly active with corporate events and conferences, concerts, parties or cultural events. The aim of purchasing Vio components was to expand the stock of large PA systems and to respond even more flexibly to customer wishes. All equipment has to meet the highest standards. After extensive market research, they decided to take a closer look at the Vio system at the dBTechnologies stand during Prolight + Sound in Frankfurt.
"The discussions with the dBTechnologies team and the information we could gather at the show were compelling," says Andreas Beer, managing director of Active Blue. "dBTechnologies has done a tremendous job here and offers a wide range of features that are not available from competitors. The rigging and handling of the system are very simple, the networking of all modules with each other is smooth, the automatic recognition of the elements present in the system and of course the integrated RDNet are further, very useful features.”
The new components have already been used for several events, including the 850th-anniversary city festival of Melle, the Sunrise Reggae & Ska Festival and further open-air events in Berlin.
According to Beer, the response to the new system has been “extremely positive”. The mixers of the bands and the technicians on site were enthusiastic about the sound, the easy handling and the user-friendliness.
The company is also deploying the Vio system in Bremen’s music hall during the city’s Freimarkt, the largest funfair in the north of Germany, running from 18 October to 4 November.
(Jim Evans)

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