GQA Ignites 10th Star Mega Jam

The 10th edition of the Star Mega Jam which held on 17th December, 2010 had the honour of hosting the Grammy award winner, R Kelly. The show also featured several Nigerian acts such as P Square, M1, 9ice, Kaffi, DJ Humility and more. The event which rocked the city of Lagos and its environs was held as usual at the popular Lagos Polo Grounds, Ikoyi-Lagos.


Meyer Sound Loudspeakers in Use at Lagos Polo Tournament 2011

The 2011 Lagos International Polo Tournament final weekend of 2nd - 6th March was graced by top officials of MTN, Management Committee members of Lagos Polo Club, corporate big wigs and the media.GQ Acoustics supplied the always-sought-after Meyer Sound Self-Powered Loudspeakers that were in use at the glamorous event. Thanks to the Meyer Sound Galileo Loudspeaker Management System used for the signal distribution.


GQA Staff Training at Berkeley, California

The quality of an audio engineer is usually measured by the knowledge, skills and experience displayed at every given performance. It is therefore not surprising that the core reason why GQ Acoustics engineers stand out among others is the amount of professional training they are continually exposed to. It happened again this year when a contingent of sound engineers left the shores of Africa from Lagos, to Meyer Sound Laboratories, Berkeley, California for another round of knowledge acquisition.

GQAcoustics backs Kanye West with Meyer Sound and Digico

In spite of the recent loss of his mother, one of America’s foremost hip hop stars Kanye West alongside T.Pain, his counterpart, recently stormed Lagos with a performance that took away the breath of over 50,000 Lagos fans. The event was the 2007 edition of the annual Star Mega Jam organized by Nigerian Breweries Plc. The sound rental company was GQAcoustics. A review of the show by Nigeria’s largest celebrity magazine, CITY PEOPLE, said it all. "The sound system was excellent.


Akon Live in Calabar

It was the most unforgettable experience. And a perfect demonstration of the power of excellent sound. Akon, America’s hip-hop rave simply refused to stop performing. Even when the organizers succeeded in getting him off the stage in the morning hours, he simply took the microphone, hopped onto a nearby van and …voila! A new stage!! The date was 29th December; the place was Calabar Stadium, the event was the State Festival. The line up that night had been great. 2Face Idibia, Sonny Nneji, Julius Agwu, Olisa Adibua, and many more.


Meyer Sound MILO Delivers the Message to 55,000 at Nigeria's Faith Tabernacle

With a capacity of more than 55,000, Nigeria's Faith Tabernacle is certainly one of the largest church complexes on the continent, if not the entire world. An affiliate of Living Faith Church Worldwide, Faith Tabernacle is located in Ota, some 50 miles inland from the country's largest city, Lagos. The tabernacle opened its doors in 1999, but the massive size; high, open roof structure; and highly reflective walls and floor of the sanctuary precipitated acoustical problems that plagued the congregation for years.

Faith Tabernacle

Meyer Sound's MICA Ushers in Nigeria's National Sports Festival

Over a two-week period in April, nearly 20,000 athletes gathered at venues in and around the city of Abeokuta for Nigeria's 15th semi-annual National Sports Festival. Divided into teams representing the 36 semi-autonomous states of this federated West African nation, the athletes vied for top honors in Olympic-style sports such as soccer and swimming, and squared off in traditional African sports like ayo and abula. Even the cerebral Western games of chess and Scrabble had their own medal rounds.


Meyer Sound Featured at Nigerian Trade Fair

Meyer Sound is making a strong statement in the sound hire and installation markets in West Africa by co-sponsoring a booth at the upcoming 2004 Lagos International Trade Fair in Lagos, Nigeria. The annual exposition, scheduled for November 5th through 14th, will be held at the Lagos International Trade Fair Complex in Nigeria's commercial capital. The Lagos Trade Fair draws more attendees than any other event of its type in Africa.

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