Turbosound Appoints Mega Audio As Its New Distributor For Germany

The company works with many leading brands and is soon to relocate to a brand new, purpose built facility, all of which means that it is perfectly positioned to help Turbosound further penetrate the German market

By PSW Staff March 5, 2009

Left to right Burkhard Elsner of Mega Audio With Chris Hinds and Martin Reid of Turbosound

Turbosound is pleased to announce the appointment of Bingen-based Mega Audio GmbH as its distributor in Germany.

Mega Audio is one of Germany’s leading professional audio distributors. Under the leadership of Burkhard Elsner, who has over 25 years experience in the industry, the company works with many leading brands and is soon to relocate to a brand new, purpose built facility, all of which means that it is perfectly positioned to help Turbosound further penetrate the German market.

“We are extremely pleased to be working with Turbosound, whose Flex Array and Aspect systems have given line array and point source loudspeaker technologies a giant leap forward,” says Burkhard.

“With Turbosound’s full ranges of loudspeakers, amplifiers and controllers and the range of mixing consoles, processors and microphones we already represent, we believe we can offer users in Germany the ultimate in live and installed sound.”

“Mega Audio’s excellent reputation speaks for itself and we are looking forward to working closely with them to increase Turbosound’s presence in the German market,” says Turbosound’s European market manager, Chris Hinds. “Their experience and expertise is second to none.”

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karthikkundapur says

hello all,
I have a megaaudio audiosyatem for my suzuki alto, it has the features of mp3,USB,and memory card, it was working fine till a year now it is acting like mad, I always play music with my memory card but this system plays the song for just 45 minutes after that it changes the mode automatically to the tuner and even if i try changing it back to memory card itdoesnot recognise it, i even tried changing mysd card it does not work, i feel may be this is because when the device gets heated up it acts like this way

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