In addition to NEXO GEOS S12 arrays and NXAMP 4X4 powered TD controllers, two CD18 subwoofers, generally considered to be the most successful subwoofers ever produced, are used on each side of the stage for hard-hitting bass with plenty of margin for rock and club-music events. The combination of GEO S12 arrays and CD18 subwoofers is winning rave reviews for the powerful, high-resolution sound it delivers.
* In the Kansai region, Satoshi Ouchi has been a major player in the sound reinforcement industry for more than 30 years. He is currently chief operator at Takenaka Audio, a division of an established leader in visual event planning and production in the region: the Takenaka Corporation.
Mr. Ouchi spent an entire year planning and selecting gear for an all-out expansion into the pro audio field. His final decision regarding loudspeaker arrays: the NEXO GEO S12.
He chose NEXO NXAMP 4X4 powered TD controller to power the GEO S12 arrays, and, with a view to eventually using EtherSound signal transfer right up to the NEXO output system, selected the open-format Yamaha M7CL-48 for console duty.
When asked why he chose those particular devices, Mr. Ouchi’s response was immediate: “High product quality and reliability coupled with expandability. The cost/performance ratio is also outstanding.” He also noted that the high sound quality and system versatility provided by the GEO S12 would bring expanded business opportunities a thought that is borne out by the strong growth in business networking among sound companies that own GEO gear.
As both an in-demand operator and business manager, Mr. Ouchi is bound to become busier than ever, thanks to his partnership with NEXO/Yamaha pro audio products.