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High Altitude Audio with EV in Austria

November 16th, 2007

From August 23rd-25th 2007, the mountains around Kitzbühel were the setting for Hansi Hinterseer’s sixth “Fanwanderung“, in which over 6,000 of the Austrian Volksmusik star’s fans accompanied him on a hike in the mountains. Since the event is intended as a celebration of the joys not only of nature but also of music, the Fieberbrunn-based production company Murdock Music Entertainment was engaged to install sound reinforcement systems at each of the three stations at which the procession made a halt, thereby ensuring that Hinterseer and his fans, like the “fine lady upon a white horse“ in the nursery rhyme, would have music wherever they went.

- At the top station of the Hahnenkamm, the 1,668 meter mountaintop jumping-off point for the hair-raising downhill ski event, Murdock installed a system including EV Xi-2123 enclosures and Xsubs.

- For the traditional “mountainside mass“ in the Hahnenkamm chapel, EV XLD enclosures were installed.

- At the Ehrenbachsee, a lake at an altitude of 1,802 meters, Hinterseer gave a concert with his band. For this, Murdock deployed an EV XLC line-array system.

As in previous years, the Fanwanderung ended with a march into the town center of Kitzbühel. Notable residents of the famous ski resort and its associations escorted the blond bard and his fans on the march, accompanied by Volksmusik of the finest caliber, with EV, Klark Teknik and Midas systems-again under the direction of Murdock Music-ensuring that the sound quality was worthy of the occasion.

As Murdock’s Stefan Gieringer points out: “Hansi Hinterseer’s Fanwanderung is turning into more and more of a cult event, so the technical requirements are greater every year. Fortunately, the modular design of EV, Midas and Klark Teknik systems allows us to tailor the configuration used in each location to match the requirements. The excellent handling, legendary reliability and the impressive versatility of the systems is also of decisive importance.“

Equipment List:

Fanwanderung Station Bergstation Hahnenkammbahn

2x Xi-2123

4x Xsub

6x CP3000S

2x P3000

2x EV Dx38

1x Midas Venice 160

1x Klark Teknik DN360

1x Klark Teknik Square One

Fanwanderung Station: Hahnenkamm Chapel

12x XLD281

4x Xsub

6x CP2200

2x CP3000S

1x Klark Teknik DN9848

1x Midas Venice 240

1x Klark DN360

1x Klark Square One

Fanwanderung Station: Ehrenbach Lake

12x XLC 127+

4x Xsub

6x CP2200

2x CP3000S

1x Klark Teknik DN9848

1x Midas Venice 320

1x Klark Teknik DN360

1x Klark Teknik Square One

Official welcome in Kitzbühel town center

12x XLD281

4x Xsub

6x CP3000S

2x P3000

2x EV Dx38

1x Midas Venice 320

1x Klark Teknik DN360

1x Klark Teknik Square One

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Guy Low

Sr. Copywriter | MarCom

Bosch Communications Systems

Telex Communications, Inc.

12000 Portland Ave. South

Burnsville, MN 55337

Phone: 952-736-3935

Fax: 952-736-4582

guy.low@us.telex.com

James Edlund

Public Relations Manager

Bosch Communications Systems

Telex Communications, Inc.

12000 Portland Ave. South

Burnsville, MN 55337

Phone: 952-736-3901

Fax: 952-736-4582

james.edlund@us.telex.com

press contact:
Guy Low
Manager, PR/Media

(952) 736-3935
guy.low@us.bosch.com
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