Gallery 8 Berklee T.O.P. Ensemble premieres new EAW speakers at Fleet Pavilion.
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Fleet Pavilion


It's a big Tent!


Singers 1


Singers 3

On May 3, 2001 Mass Audio Visual of Burlington, Massachusetts, a premiere audio and visual company, along with EAW's developmental partner for the KF760's demonstrated their new KF760 boxes for the first time ever. The large event held at the scenic Boston Fleet Center went off in style.

The first in the world to own this product, MassAV entertained 125 industry guests (Meeting Planners, Audio Engineers, AV related vendors, Producers) at the renowned concert facility on Boston's Waterfront, The Fleet Boston Pavilion. On staff were a handful of EAW engineers and marketing folks as well as many professionals from MassAV ready to answer questions or discuss line array technology. Senior Audio Engineer for massAV, Jason Geshelin, designed the new system for even coverage in the 5,000-seat tented-facility: The event was no less than spectacular in every way. Jason Geshelin explained, "The Pavilion is an acoustically challenging facility to cover and mix in. The KF760 solved many problems inherent to the venue, including eliminating delay speakers."

The afternoon featured entertainment from the Berklee Tower of Power Ensemble and Singer/Songwriter Brian Alex. The pop performance enabled the sweet sound to come through the boxes perfectly. The band and slew of female vocalists turned up the heat even higher on the unseasonably warm spring day. Everyone appeared to be enjoying themselves and feeling quite proud to be involved in such a monumental event. Brad Berger, FOH (front of the house) engineer for the Berklee Tower of Power Ensemble and the chief engineer at Berklee Performance Center commented, "The imaging and coverage was fantastic" he continued, "The coverage was smooth throughout the facility. I was really impressed by the quick drop-off and lack of sound coming off the back of the box. PA did everything I wanted it to do every time I touched it. Working with massAV was a complete pleasure." Eastern Acoustic Works (EAW) demonstrated the powerful capabilities of sound when using the right reinforcement tools.


Ultra Hornz


So Very Hard to Go


Gigantic stage


Singers 4


Monitor Engineer


EAW KF760 Line Array


Singers 2

Whole Band

It was a very hot day.

Singers 5

Side View

Band & PA staff