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RAMSA 30th Anniversary Special Site Vol.1
30 years ago on August 4th 1979, on the island of Enoshima in Japan, RAMSA audio equipment made its debut at Japan Jam, one of the biggest outdoor music festival at that time. Despite the harsh conditions ? blazing heat and the constant sea spray - the RAMSA equipment was competent enough to deliver as the main sound system. At the time, it was common for musicians who came from overseas to perform in Japan to use non-Japanese sound systems. The use of genuine made in Japan RAMSA equipment at Japan Jam was a real turning point in SR Systems history.
Delivering the audio at Japan Jam was a new challenge and RAMSA had launched the whole lineup of audio equipment: with 22 different products covering everything from microphones to speakers.
RAMSA Japan Jam poster
RAMSA speakers at Japan Jam
RAMSA equipment was in continuous use for more than 8 hours a day (over two consecutive days).
Main components of the sound system:
Stage Speakers: 64 units
- Low-frequency speakers: WU-S902: 64 units
- Mid-frequency speakers: WU-S980 + WU-S512: 128 units
- High-frequency speakers: WU-S400: 128 units
- Audio mixing consoles: WR-9316, etc.
- Power Amplifiers: WP-9200, etc.
What is Japan Jam?
Japan Jam was an outdoor music festival first held on August 4th, 1979 at a specially-constructed site (measuring some 30,000m²) on Enoshima island.
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