Quest Sound Keeps the Music Pumping with Renkus-Heinz

May 12, 2011

Augusta, GA | May, 2011 – While a summer concert or other live event means a fun day out for most of us, none of it would happen without the efforts of the people behind the scenes. For Robert Boggs of Quest Sound and Productions, it’s all in a day’s work.

From their home base in Augusta, GA, Quest Sound covers the East Coast from Washington, D.C. to the Florida panhandle, providing sound for a wide range of live events. Quest’s go-to rig is built around the Renkus-Heinz CF101-LA modular point source array loudspeaker system.

“We handle everything from local gigs with small combos to larger national acts, and the CF101 cabinets provide the versatility to cover it all,” says Rob Boggs. “Recently we used a pair them on sticks with a jazz band, playing to around 100 people here in Augusta. The same week we did a festival down in Florida with close to 1000 people, and ran 14 different bands through the system.”

Versatility is one reason the CF-Series fits the bill for Quest Sound.

“In the past few months we’ve used them on music ranging from the Julliard Jazz Band to Shawn Mullins to the band Saliva, as well as speaking events and even the announcements for the American Strong Man competition.

They deliver great intelligibility as well as really nice, full-range musical performance. With Julliard Jazz, I used a pair of them and didn’t even need a sub – they carry low enough to deliver a nice clean upright bass sound.”

With a full calendar of summer shows coming up, Quest Sound’s CF-Series cabinets will be getting a regular workout.

“The CF-101s have really delivered – they’re total workhorses,” says Boggs. “Definitely one of the best investments we’ve made, and we’re already looking at getting more.”