TechData PS and Raﬀoler equip outdoor festival with JBL VTX Series, PRX ONE and EON ONE MK2 gear
With an attendance of 10,000 people over three days, the first post‐ pandemic edition of the Go Out Camping Music Festivaltook place at the Seokgangi Auto Camping Site located in South Chungcheong Province’s Taean County.
Given the stage’s limited truss height and seaside location, the festival required a live setup that was lightweight and easily transportable across sandy terrain, but also provided the output and coverage suﬃcient for a live show. To meet these requirements, Raﬀoler and TechData PS worked with HARMAN Professional Solutions to deploy JBL Professional VTX Series V25 and S28, PRX ONE and EON ONE MK2
Equipped with Diﬀerential Drive technology, D2 Compression Drivers and a newly designed waveguide, the JBL VTX V25 line array provided the festival’s production team with reliable output and coverage in a lightweight and compact enclosure. The installation team paired the V25 speakers with JBL
VTX S28 dual 18‐inch subs for reinforced, distortion‐free low end down to 29 Hz. Along with sharing the same technology and components, both the V25 and S28 include JBL’s specially designed simple‐rigging system, making for easy setup and takedown before and after the festival.
The TechData PS team reported to HARMAN that JBL's VTX Series is an exemplary product that produces reliable results in every situation. Therefore, their choice of audio solution for the festival was a natural one.
Along with the VTX Series, the installation team also deployed JBL PRX ONE and EON ONE MK2 portable column PA systems for additional output and coverage that worked within the stage’s limited space. Durable and comprehensive, both systems are rechargeable all‐in‐one sound solutions equipped with built‐in mixers and DSP, making them ideal for any setting in need of legible, wide‐reaching sound, from solo busking sets to headlining festival stages.
The speakers also significantly reduced the load‐in weight and transportation time, which proved ideal for the festival given the stage’s limited vehicle access.