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BishopSound makes Glastonbury debut

BishopSound, the young UK PA company, is making its debut at the Glastonbury Festival 2019, Wed 26-Sun 30 June.

BishopSound speakers are to be used exclusively on a new stage being run by the long-established Glastonbury suppliers, Bristol-based A1 Entertainments.

For the brand new stage, which will be used to host up-and-coming DJs, BishopSound has supplied four Beta BB118 enclosures and four Beta BB215s. The BB118 is a passive subwoofer particularly popular with DJs for its tight, well-defined bass frequency response. Each speaker will handle 1,000 Watts RMS from 35-100Hz with 107dB sensitivity.

The BishopSound Beta Twin 15 BB215 is a passive, upright full range speaker fitted with ‘Easy Move’ wheels. Like the BB118 it will also handle 1,000 Watts RMS, offers 101dB sensitivity and a frequency response from 56Hz-20kHz.

“We’re thrilled and delighted to be bringing a uniquely British sound back to Glastonbury this year,” said Andrew Bishop. “It’s a great step forward for us as a company and shows the confidence that customers have when they have experienced BishopSound speakers’ reliability and sound quality. They know they can trust us with a brand-new stage at one of the world’s premier live events.”

www.bishopsound.com

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