Cerwin-Vega!® recently launched its new P-Series professional PA system, with events at the Gibson Showrooms in New York and Los Angeles.
This new product, from Gibson Pro Audio, was demonstrated by artists such as DJ Premier, The Dirty Pearls, echosmith and DJ Serafin.
The performance in New York on Thursday, December 6, took place at the former Hit Factory Studios and featured performances by DJ Premier and The Dirty Pearls.
“The P-series sound was amazing,” declared DJ Henry C. “The audio was through the air, it felt like it was right next to me.”
The Dirty Pearls, played several of their original songs including “Who’s Coming Back To Who,” “Caffeine and Gasoline” and “NYC Is A Drug.”
“The P-Series Launch Event in NYC was the first time we played through the P-Series speakers,” said Tommy London, The Dirty Pearls’ lead singer. “We noticed that even the audience tonight was more enthusiastic, and you could just tell that the electricity of the sound went through them and came back to us. It was just amazing. The P-series brought it!”
Another P-Series event on December 11, featured DJ Serafin, DJ Young 1 and echosmith. DJ Serafin kicked off the night, spinning a collection of songs from the ‘80s, ‘90s and today on a Stanton STR.150. The crowd got pumping with his edgey mix of the popular song “Call Me Maybe,” by Carly Rae Jepsen. With the P-Series helping to showcase his talents, DJ Serafin really got the party started.
“I loved the Mega Bass system in the P-Series,” says DJ Serafin, who is signed with Jive Records to create remixes of songs by artists such as Britney Spears and Jordin Spark. “It is loud and perfect for all mobile applications.”
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Photos: Dirty Pearl, DJ Premier