Alcons Pro-Ribbon Solutions At NAMM For The First Time

January, 2019

In 2019, for the first time, the NAMM Show will present a showcase of line array and loudspeaker technologies, hosted in the real-world environment of California’s Anaheim Convention Center Arena. Each day of the show, audio professionals will be able to hear the difference that Alcons Audio’s pro-ribbon technology delivers.

The showcases are being hosted in collaboration with Live Sound International magazine, where Alcons will be demonstrating the LR7/LR7B micro line-array system with BC332 cardioid subwoofers during three compact system showcases per day, as well as the VR5 mini versatile monitor, VR8 compact versatile monitor and RR12 point-source array module during a further portable system showcase each day.

“This showcase is a great opportunity to compare our evolutionary pro-ribbon systems to other loudspeaker technologies and for NAMM Show visitors to hear the difference for themselves.”, David Rahn, North American sales manager Alcons Audio USA

The showcases will take place on all three days of the NAMM show: Thursday January 24 to Saturday January 26, 2019. Alcons will have a booth at the event, where company staff will be on hand to talk visitors through its entire range of pro-ribbon solutions.

“As arguably the world’s leading trade show for the music industry, we welcome this exciting new chance to demonstrate Alcons Audio pro-ribbon systems to key decision-makers in the live audio industry, including rental and installation companies in the performance, theater and venue markets,” says Alcons North American sales manager David Rahn.

“Alcons is already established as a go-to solution for high quality cinema, screening rooms and home theater. We have also proved that our pro-ribbon solutions deliver the power and clarity for exceptional live sound, from Broadway and performing arts centers, right through to sporting events and the biggest festivals.

“This showcase is a great opportunity to compare our evolutionary pro-ribbon systems to other loudspeaker technologies and for NAMM Show visitors to hear the difference for themselves.”

More information on www.namm.org .

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