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InfOspot's Range Extender Antenna was integrated with the stage framework.
APA Music and Pictures - Bensalem, PA August 2020
Concert Company Relies on Radio System to Deliver Audio at Drive-In Music Festivals
APA Music and Pictures outfitted their (rock &) rolling concert stage with radio. In August. the firm began using an InfOspot system to broadcast music-show audio to car radios for US band tours.
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