Adamson has added two new Lebanese sound companies, CKA and Le Micro, to its Energia system network.
A long-time supporter of the manufacturer, CKA has added 16 E12 line array enclosures and right E218 subwoofers to its existing Adamson inventory of Y10, Spektrix and Mextrix line arrays, T21 subs and M-Series stage monitors.
“We continue to add to our Adamson inventory as the company grows,” explained Chadi Akiki, owner of CKA. “In the beginning we started with the Y10 array and have expanded from there. The extensive training that Adamson provides our staff members enables us to deliver high quality performances that have earned us loyalty from bands and event planners in Lebanon and now in the whole Middle East – this has increased our business substantially."
Akiki continued: “As a result we decided to expand and increase our Adamson inventory which will reinforce our reputation of providing the very best. The new Energia loudspeakers sound terrific and have the best rigging we have ever dealt with. We are now ready to compete for even bigger projects in the region.”
CKA is one of Lebanon’s largest audio and lighting firms, supplying and operating systems for major performing artists, as well as festivals and concerts such as the NRJ Music tour in the capital of Beirut (pictured).
Le Micro also recently took delivery of an Adamson Energia set-up, receiving eight E12 line array enclosures, four E218 subwoofers and several M212 stage monitors.
“We are very excited to have CKA and Le Micro join the Energia network,” added Fouad Homsi of Adamson's Lebanese distributor Homsi Music. “It is an amazing product and I am confident it will help both companies grow their business in the Middle East and beyond.”
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