DAS Audio’s Convert 15A gets its Chinese debut
CHINA: DAS Audio and its distributor for China, Hong Kong and Macau, Acton Audio & Musical Instruments (Shanghai), recently hosted a dealer gathering and technical workshop in Beijing. The event was timed to coincide with Palm Expo 2013 and was attended by more than 100 dealers and customers from all over the country.
‘This event was the perfect opportunity to gather a lot of the new dealers we have in the country, thanks to the remarkable work Acton Audio & Musical Instruments is doing,’ said Eduardo Lopez, sales manager for China. ‘They were able to learn a bit more about DAS’ history and the technology behind our products, with a special focus on how all components used in our speaker systems, from cone transducers to compression drivers, are designed and manufactured in Spain.’
‘Together with Acton we decided to make an impression with regards to the Convert 15A’ s debut in China, so the whole event was designed around this model and the new DAS remote monitoring and control software it features, called DASnet,’ said Ron Koh, DAS Audio’s system engineer for Asia.
‘We carried out a technical workshop explaining the endless possibilities of this audio management application, which gives the user instant and intuitive control over a wide range of parameters and the features of a single cabinet or a processor, or a network of them.’
After the technical workshop, dealers witnessed a live product demonstration, which included the brand’s Artec 500 Series, Convert Series, Aero 8A and Aero 12A line arrays, LX subs, Rf Series and Road monitors.
‘All our dealers expressed their enthusiasm about the new models so I look forward to working with them and Acton for future projects in China,’ said Mr Lopez. ‘It was a great event and the best debut for the Convert 15A.’