October 2006 - CAMCO Vortex 6 amplifiers are part of a ground-breaking sound reinforcement system installation in Liverpool's
Philharmonic Hall in the UK. The Vortex 6 were chosen by engineers from ADLIB Audio, the well-known Liverpool PA company, which
completed the installation.
Refurbished in 1995 at a cost of over 10 million GBP, the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall is home to the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Orchestra, one of the world's oldest concert-giving organisations. The venue also has a popular tradition, bringing the top
names from rock, jazz, world and contemporary music to Liverpool, from The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, which both appeared
here early on in their careers, to artists as different as Tony Bennett, Status Quo and Jamie Cullum.
ADLIB Audio has designed and delivered one of the world's first NEXO GEO D tangent-array installations, which will allow the Hall
to handle more production requirements in-house. The system uses left and right arrays of NEXO's new GEO D10 cabinets, nine
boxes per side, flown above a pair of ADLIB's own AA218HL dual 18" subbass speakers on each side of the stage. The D10s are
driven by the Vortex 6 amplifiers, supplied by Fuzion, three amps for each 9-cabinet array.
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