RCF TT+ powers Benidorm festival
30 September 2011
Spain - During three days in July the Low Cost Festival in Benidorm featured large crowds and more than 50 bands playing. Highlights of this year's event were acts including Ok Go, Crystal Castles, Eli 'Paperboy' Reed, FM Belfast, Sexy Sadie, Sidonie, Dorian, and Mika.
The Low Cost Festival boasts three main stages and this year Stage 2 was powered by an RCF TT+ sound system.
RCF product specialist Oscar Mora was at the festival to provide assistance to the rental company and FOH engineers.
"With an average SPL at 115dB's and audience around 15.000 people per night the RCF TT+ system performed with excellent results. Stage 2 delivered awesome sound," says Oscar Mora.
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