ASLV’s Outline Inventory Grows Again With GTO C-12
Based in the Albanian capital city of Tirana, ASLV [Albanian Sound, Lighting & Video] were established in 2013 and are the country’s leading resource for event technology supply – their work covers not only their home country but also elsewhere in Europe for various projects and clients.
Its team of highly qualified staff provides consultation and design services, lighting, sound, video, staging and structures as well as creative technical solutions for concerts, festivals, theatre and opera productions, key corporate events, expos and more.
In 2020 they purchased an Outline Superfly ‘Silver’ audio package, a ready-configured solution ideal for events up to 3,000 capacity, which has worked very well for them since. Following the Superfly’s success for the company, ASLV have recently expanded their inventory with an Outline GTO C-12 line array package (the ‘Golden’ configuration, plus a Newton processor) which integrates seamlessly with their existing Superfly equipment, resulting in a flexible loudspeaker stockholding with class-leading commercial and operational potential.
The new availability of world-class audio technology allows touring productions visiting Albania a much greater level of flexibility than previously, as owner Florind Tenolli explains: “This system has been used in the concerts of leading Albanian artists such as Noizy, but also in the concert as part of Ricky Martin‘s world tour in Skënderbej Square here in Tirana last summer. It is worth noting that Ricky Martin’s own technical staff gave the highest ratings for the quality of sound and vocals.”
“The GTO C-12 system has been widely used in events supplied by ASLV and its partners. With an absolute guarantee for perfect sound, this system has made it possible to realise projects in Albania which previously had to be contracted out or supported from abroad. Through our investment we have also given the organisers more reasons to develop those events which were previously difficult as a result of the absence of such a system here.”