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dBTechnologies Appoints Signal Audio As Distributor In Denmark

Signal Audio has quickly established itself as a respected distribution company in Denmark, also boasting a strong dealer network

Loudspeaker manufacturer dBTechnologies has announced the appointment of Signal Audio as its new distributor in Denmark.

Under the umbrella of the Matrix Group alongside Nordic Staging and Moto Audio Sales, Signal Audio benefits from this affiliation as well as the company founders’ long pedigree in sales and audio design solutions, giving them strong connections and an inside knowledge of the rental, installation, live and broadcast markets.

dBTechnologies international sales manager Harald von Falkenstein says, “Our product range is so broad, it’s important that the distributor that has a broad contact base to match. We are certainly in a good position with Signal Audio, a company which serves all areas of the market.”

Morten Laulund Uldbæk, pro audio sales manager of Signal Audio, adds, “dBTechnologies has already built up a great reputation in Denmark. The Opera Digital series has proved to be immensely popular in the MI market, and both the DVA and DVX ranges have grown quickly in the realm of professional audio.

“With the release of the DVA T12, we now see the opportunity to aim for the higher level of the professional rental and installation market,” continues Uldbæk. “This high end line array system is fully comparable to the well-established brands that hold a very strong position in our market, and also gives us a great system with which to target large scale rental companies directly.”

The first Danish rental company to take delivery of dBTechnologies’ newest line array module T12 was reported only last week. Hedensted-based DRB Lys & Lyd already owned a T4 system and T12 “…was the obvious choice,” according to a spokesperson. “Increasingly large events called for the system to provide a greater range and more power.”

T12 is exactly the same width as T4, and for an added acoustic benefit, both systems’ driver sections are in line so that they generate phase-correct high-frequency additions allowing T4 to serve as down-fill extensions in large systems.

A relative newcomer to the Danish audio industry, Signal Audio has quickly established itself as a respected distribution company in Denmark, also boasting a strong dealer network.

“Our aim is to represent innovative product lines that represent quality – just like our company,” states Lars Bo Baadsgaard, CEO of the Matrix Group. “We have high standards with regard to the products we work with, and look forward to helping the dBTechnologies brand flourish in both the MI and professional markets in Denmark.”

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