Iconic Australian art rockers Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds were on the road for much of 2017, performing in world-renowned theatres and major arenas across Australia, North America, mainland Europe, and the U.K. When it came to the large-scale venues like Manchester Arena and London’s O2 Arena, it was an E-Series audio system from Adamson Systems Engineering amplifying the band’s haunting melodies and weighty words for a notoriously dedicated fan base.

Taiwanese artist Huang Guolun recently brought his “No Impossible” show to China’s Beijing National Stadium, better known as the Bird’s Nest from the 2008 Summer Olympics’ opening ceremonies, and it was an expansive system comprised of Adamson’s E-Series and S-Series loudspeakers that ensured high-quality, even sound coverage for every seat.

Dutch EDM superstar Martin Garrix rocked a pair of packed back-to-back shows at RAI Amsterdam as part of the city’s famous Amsterdam Dance Event. The unique system deployed in the venue was designed by BMP Sound Services and built around Adamson Systems Engineering’s heralded E-Series loudspeakers.

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