EAW Commercial New Website Now Live

Mar 3, 2004 12:00 PM, Editors

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In preparation for the upcoming NSCA show in Las Vegas, the newly formed EAW Commercial group unveiled a complete line of high-performance commercial audio products, as well as a new Website at www.eawcommercial.com. This announcement comes just three months after parent company LOUD Technologies announced its entrance into the commercial audio market under the EAW brand name.

The complete EAW Commercial line includes DSP matrix mixers, amplifiers, ceiling speakers and a full range of loudspeakers—all backed by the manufacturing and engineering talents at EAW, Mackie, SIA Software and Acuma Labs.

“When we announced our plans to address this market under the EAW brand last December, the EAW and Mackie product development teams had already begun working on a revitalized family of products for the commercial sound market,” commented Ken Berger, senior VP of marketing and product development at LOUD Technologies. “Because this work had already begun, we were able to move very quickly to introduce the new EAW Commercial line in time for the NSCA show.”

Mark Madison, the recently appointed group manager for EAW Commercial, added, “Collaboration between Mackie, EAW, SIA Software and Acuma Labs has already proven to be a potent combination as illustrated by the introduction of the revolutionary EAW DSA system last year. I’m very excited to further leverage this collaborative horsepower into the commercial audio market as the EAW Commercial line continues to grow.”

Some of the new EAW Commercial products were revealed at the ISE show in Geneva last month, but the complete line will make its worldwide debut at the NSCA show in the Las Vegas Convention Center Booth #1425.






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