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Yamaha TF Series And Luxembourg Are The Perfect Match

Located in Senningerberg, on the outskirts of Luxembourg City and close to the country’s main airport, PRO AUDIO Sound Light Vision is a steadily growing company, providing rental, production and installation services to a variety of clients. It has just invested in Yamaha TF1 and TF3 digital consoles to join its existing stock of M7CLs and LS9s.

Founded in 1989 by John Schreiner and currently employing five staff members, the earlier Yamaha consoles are a firm favourite with the company and its clients alike.

“Our existing Yamaha consoles are very user-friendly and they have always been extremely reliable,” says Dan Schreiner, the company’s manager since 2000. “As our customer base grows, we needed to invest in new equipment and felt that now is the right time to expand our Yamaha inventory.”

Compact But Comprehensive - Yamaha TF Series And Luxembourg Are The Perfect Match


Yamaha’s Jan Prins visited Dan and his team to demonstrate the TF series, which ideally suit their needs of being affordable, easy to use and ideal for smaller events, concerts and conferences. They have also invested in a Rio3224-D i/o unit and two Dante-MY16-AUD interface cards for the M7CLs.

“The forthcoming TF series Dante interface card was another reason why we were keen to invest in the TF1 and TF3,” says Dan. “For us, Dante networking is very promising because everything connects together so easily. Being able to use the TF mixers for smaller events on their own, but also as part of a Dante network for bigger productions, is the perfect solution for a company like us.”


Yamaha Commercial Audio is a world leader in the manufacture and supply of professional audio products for a wide range of applications including live sound reinforcement, post production, recording, worship and broadcast.  With a world-wide presence, Yamaha’s Commercial Audio subsidiaries and dealer networks provide comprehensive local services backed by a global Yamaha CA support policy.