KOHIMA, MARCH 9: “Don’t wait for things to happen, but happen to things,” stated Advisor for Task Force for Music and Arts (TaFMA), Theja Meru while congratulating Beat Devices at the grand launch of DB Technologies-DVA Series Line Arrays, at RCEMPA, Jotsoma on March 9.
Maintaining that TaFMA is all about PPP – Public, Private, Partnership, not welfare and handouts, Meru said, “This calls for all concern to work closely, take private initiatives like the one we are witnessing today, so that together with Government support we can grow a sound music eco system.”
DVA Series Line Arrays, which is a product of DB Technologies, a company based out of Italy, specializing specifically in sound systems, is expected to deliver better sound quality as claimed by Beat Devices Proprietor Kezha Ltu.
He also informed that Beat Devices has also been invited to become an official partner of DB Technologies for Nagaland and also as an interlocutor for Northeast India.
Elaborating on the product, Ltu said that DVA-Series Line Arrays is one of the most advanced sound system and that many things which was not achievable before in Nagaland in regard to quality audio delivery can be achieved.
Ltu also shared that prior to Beat Devices partnership with DB Technologies, multiple systems had to sourced from different brands. “Now that we have DVA-Line Series Array we are are well-equipped to cater to the demand of proper audio system designs and the acoustics of the venue,” he said.
Founded in 2016, Beat Devices steeped in “Sound Doctrine” strives for clarity and intelligibility of sounds be it for Jam Station, conference hall, places of Worship, concert venues and weddings.
Notable Indie-Pop band “Trance Effect” from Nagaland also performed at the launch. The band’s vocalist, Iuli Yepthomi also expressed her satisfaction on the delivery of the sound through the DVA- Series Line Arrays. (Page News Service)