Stolen L-Acoustics Equipment Surfacing On The American Continent

In January 2012 L-Acoustics sent out a notification that a trailer had been stolen on December 8, 2011, in Mexico City, following a Britney Spears concert. The missing trailer contained 24 L-ACOUSTICS K1 and 18 V-DOSC line source elements, 12 K1-SB low-frequency extension enclosures, and 48 SB-218 subwoofers, among other items.

Some of this equipment has started to surface on the American continent and has been offered anonymously to a third party.

L-Acoustics is asking audio professionals to please be vigilant in keeping a look out for this equipment. Any knowledge as to the existence and/or whereabouts of this equipment should be shared with L-Acoustics, Procolor, or local law enforcement authorities. Product returns or submissions of information may be made anonymously. Serial numbers are available upon request.

For further details, contact Jochen Frohn, L-Acoustics’ Director of Business Development, at or Javier Barba, Owner and General Director of Procolor, at

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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