The XL8 is a uniquely powerful system. The control surface features five separate control bays, each with a daylight viewable display and complete redundancy is built in throughout the system to ensure no single point of failure exists.
The XL8 has been used on many high profile tours and events, one of the most notable took place in December 2007 when Led Zeppelin reunited for the “Ahmet Ertegun Tribute Concert” at the O2 Arena in London. This historic performance would later be made available as a DVD release called “Celebration Day”.
Other major events include the “Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony”, the “Eurovision Song Contest”, The “Brit Awards” and the “Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Concert”.