RCF Provides the Right Sound for Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan

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During a tour of the U.S. celebrating the 25th anniversary of the independence of the Republic of Armenia, President Serzh Sargsyan appeared at the Charles Moresian Youth Center of the St. James Armenian Apostolic Church in Watertown, Massachusetts. Boston-based Pavilion Sound provided RCF for sound equipment for the event. A pair of NXL24-A column arrays stacked on top of SUB8004-AS subwoofer, with TT52-A mounted on the front of the stage for near-field fill. All the cabinets are very low profile, with the audience barely recognizing a sound system in the auditorium. Why RCF? "At any event, whether you are the audience, performer or organizer, your expectation should always be to be blown away," is the company philosophy according to owner Zori Barbroudi. "You want to leave satisfied, knowing you got more than what you asked for." Continuing, "What distinguishes a great event from just a good one? Quality sound." And that's what Pavilion achieved with the RCF.

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