On their 30th-anniversary tour with shows across the USA, The Australian Pink Floyd took Outline’s new Superfly system with them when they crossed the pond.
Paul Timmins, Head of Operations & Sales at their long-standing audio supplier Capital Sound Hire said: “Outline’s Superfly 3-way, 10-inch quad-amped line-array system is the gem of the family – it’s so compact and light – just 38kg per cabinet- that it’s a system you can offer to those tours that really do mix it up from clubs to arenas. The Australian Pink Floyd is a regular client of ours who do exactly that.”
After the European tour dates in which the Superfly was used. Timmins also added: “This led to another win for all when it was established that the full flown arena system comprising main hangs of Superfly line-array system, side hangs of Outline Mantas 28, complete with all the Powersoft X8 amplification would save a whole truck for the summer tour in North America. At short notice, it was decided to airfreight the flown rig and amplification to California to combine with the existing supplier’s control and subpackage for the tour that followed. It’s a new one for us to airfreight the speaker system and pick up control locally but that says a lot about the gem that is Superfly.”
Trevor Gilligan, FOH Engineer commented: “The system was perfect for our amphitheatre shows in the US, it was very solid and filled every space easily.”