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No limits at 120dB with SSL System T

Posted on: Tuesday 4th of September 2018

SSL_120dB_System-T_pr_webPolish contractor 120dB Sound Engineering has launched its new ST1 Sound Truck, for broadcast and recording duties at live events, including festivals, one-off gigs, and regular eSports events. The compact vehicle is equipped with SSL’s System T broadcast production environment, including an S300 32-fader control surface, a T25 Tempest Audio Engine, and a variety of SSL Network I/O.
Owner Michal Mika realised a dedicated audio van was needed after demand grew rapidly. 120dB’s business in eSports broadcast is strong – with regular broadcasts for Turtle Entertainment, ESL TV – and as main audio provider for Intel Extreme Masters Championships, in Katowice. Music work includes large events such as the popular Męskie Granie Tour, now part of the regular schedule. “It’s easier to sell a service if we have a brand like SSL on-board,” explains Mika, “There is a very good distributor in Poland with Audiotech. I always go back to them.” The ST1 Sound Truck was built by Studiotech Audio Visual Engineering.

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