BishopSound – Taking the British Sound to NAMM 2020
BishopSound, the fast growing Yorkshire-based PA specialist, is making its NAMM debut this year giving international visitors to the show the chance to meet the owner Andrew Bishop and discuss what promises to be a ground-breaking year for his company and its mission to reintroduce the British Sound to professional PA equipment.
Having recently launched its first passive line array system, and while simultaneously expanding its wide range of highly affordable PA equipment, this year BishopSound will be introducing a series of new British designed and manufactured speakers aimed at the top end of the professional market.
The first of the new UK manufactured BishopSound models will be a 2×18″ high power subwoofer; Initially designed to complement the company’s new Delta Dual 8″ passive line array, the new high power subwoofer is likely to find many other uses due to its exceptional performance, BishopSound predicts.
Also, to be launched this year this year will be a brand new 3-way enclosure featuring a 15″ woofer, 8″ mid-range driver and 1.75″ HF unit, again designed and manufactured in the UK and featuring British made speakers. The third BishopSound introduction will be a high-fidelity passive wedge monitor available in Left- or Right-hand versions.
BishopSound is working closely with the veteran UK speaker manufacturer Celestion which will be producing speakers for the new products to BishopSound’s specification in its Ipswich factory in the UK.
Finally, BishopSound is proud to announce an agreement with the noted speaker designer Mykey Hurley which will see the company licence-building Hurley’s mighty AK47 enclosure, which has been causing a sensation in the demanding and unique Reggae sound system market. Not for the faint hearted, BishopSound’s AK47 will also be manufactured entirely in the UK.
Andrew and Victoria Bishop will be welcoming visitors to the stand armed with another essential local product – samples of Yorkshire tea! See them on Booth 18600 in the ACC North Hall Level 2
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