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NEP Ireland chooses Calrec for OB trucks

Posted on: Wednesday 20th of June 2018

Calrec_Artemis-alongside-download-on-product-pageWith the recent purchase of two Calrec Artemis consoles, NEP Ireland has now standardised its five main OB vans on Calrec. The company has acquired an Artemis Light and Artemis Beam for its Emerald and HD1 mobile production units, respectively.

“From the day a desk arrives and throughout the service process, their technical support has been excellent. This obviously had a huge influence on our purchasing decision,” said Rick Poster, senior audio engineer at OBSTV/NEP. Poster highlighted the fact that with the Hydra2 infrastructure, NEP has the ability to send audio signals over long distances using fibre optic cable and share those signals between each mobile truck. This reduces setup time and the amount of temporary infrastructure that NEP needs to install within venues. Projects that NEP has used the Artemis for include Ireland’s Got Talent and the recent Bilbao Finals 2018 organised by European Professional Club Rugby.

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