CHINA: Harman distributor ACE deployed a broad selection of the manufacturer’s equipment at the recent Asia-Pacific Economic cooperation (APEC) forum in Beijing. The equipment included loudspeaker products from JBL Professional, amplifiers from Crown, mixers from Soundcraft and signal processors from BSS.
PHILIPPINES: Following six months of consultation and the opening for Adam Hall Asia Pte Ltd in Singapore, Germany-based manufacturer, Adam Hall, has appointed to Audio-Video Solutions Corporation (AVSC) to distribute its full range of LD Systems, Palmer ProAudio & MI, Cameo Lighting, ahCables and Defender Cable Protection brands throughout the Philippines.
SINGAPORE: A broad range of Christie projectors have been installed at the Seletar Mall Cineplex in Singapore. All of the auditoriums are now equipped with solutions from the manufacturer including room control via its ACT Digital Cinema Theatre Control.
ASIA: DPA Microphones has announced five new distribution appointments covering South East Asia and Taiwan, significantly emboldening its regional sales channels. The new partnerships – covering Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia and Taiwan – have been described by the Danish manufacturer as ‘strengthening DPA's foothold in the region where sales are already showing significant growth’.
AUSTRALIA: Described as the ‘go-to guy for mixing and mastering dance music in Australia’, renowned Sydney-based engineer Klaus Hill has extended his complement of Metric Halo hardware and software with the manufacturer’s Production Bundle plug-ins package. The latest purchase follows Mr Hill’s long-term use of Metric Halo, most notably its 2882 interface.
AUSTRALIA: Bosch Communications first headed to Sydney’s National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) back in 2012 to install an intelligent paging system into its four main zones. With the venue now requiring a sound reinforcement system for the newly refurbished Atrium Theatre, Bosch was again awarded the contract. As in 2012, solutions from its Dynacord brand were chosen.
MALAYSIA: A selection of Audiocenter equipment has been installed into the newly-opened World Ambassador Club in Ipoh, Malaysia, providing tailored audio coverage throughout. The manufacturer’s solutions were chosen by project installer, Southern Pacific Shd Bhd, and supplied through Malaysian distributor, AV Electronics Marketing Shd Bdn.
WORLD: Stefan Laubereau and Rainer Weiß have been named as new managing directors for Berlin-based manufacturer Stage Tec Entwicklungsgesellschaft, better known simply as Stagetec, part of the Salzbrenner Stagetec Mediagroup. The appointments follow the departure of the company’s former head of development and one of its executive directors, Helmut Jahne. In their new roles, Mr Laubereau and Mr Weiß will assist Wolfgang Salzbrenner in day-to-day operations as well as setting future strategy.
WORLD: US-based audio mixer/recorder manufacturer, Sound Devices, has named Ed Capp as its new vice president of sales. During his tenure with Sound Devices, he has been credited with playing a critical role in increasing brand presence in Asia and will now shift this focus to overseeing and managing the global sales team while continuing to strengthen the company’s reseller and distributor network.
THAILAND: Sony projectors have been installed into SF Corporation cinemas across Thailand in one of the company's largest cinema upgrade projects to date. With 31 new SF Cinema screens in five locations receiving new Sony 4K solutions, the project brings the number of fully digital screens in the country to 282 across 40 cinemas.
WORLD: Riedel Communications has named Jake Dodson as its new director of product management. In this role Mr Dodson will be responsible for guiding the strategic direction of the Riedel product range and its development.
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