BEHRINGER’s heavily anticipated EUROCOM Install line launches with an event in Boom, Belgium
December 26, 2011 – Bothell, WA – BEHRINGER’s world-wide rollout of the EUROCOM Install line continues with the completion of the second unveiling event in Boom, Belgium. Drawing dozens of attendees from across the EMEA region, the showcase presentation and demo event was held at the ultra-modern headquarters of Belgian distributor FACE BVBA.
MUSIC Group Senior VP of Marketing Costa Lakoumentas lead the presentation with an extensive look at the features and specifications of the products ranging from the TN6232 Zero-Configuration Feedback Suppressor to the CL Series Sound Reinforcement Loudspeakers. Also presented were the MA6000 Series Auto-Mixer/Amplifiers and the compact SN2108/2408 Integrated Mixer/Amplifiers among other models.
Participants were also treated to a first-ever live demonstration of several products and features, including EUROCOM’s impressive Automatic Mixing algorithm embedded inside the MA6000 series. Loudspeaker listening demos included the ST Series Ceiling Monitors and culminated with a concert-level performance of the CL Series SR models. Despite the massive dimensions of the presentation space, EUROCOM speakers delivered on their promise of performance.
Commented MUSIC Group founder and CEO Uli Behringer “We have invested over 2 years of development time and massive resources into the EUROCOM line. What we have delivered is not only the industry’s most innovative and forward-looking commercial install product range, but also a new vision of what is possible when “me-too” just isn’t good enough.”
EUROCOM products are part of the BEHRINGER brand and are sold by authorized Distributors and Systems Integrators across the globe. As part of the MUSIC Group, BEHRINGER shares technology, manufacturing and IP with other company brands including MIDAS CONSOLES, KLARK TEKNIK and BUGERA, as well as the EUROSOUND range of consumer electronics products. The MUSIC Group is always looking for talented people who want to be part of the next big thing in audio.