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Eminence Speaker LLC Appoints Josh Martin Technology Sales Manager

Will be responsible for the market development and sale of a proprietary new technology called D-FEND

Eminence Speaker LLC announced that Josh Martin has been promoted to the new role of technology sales manager.

Martin will be responsible for the market development and sale of a proprietary new technology called D-FEND, which provides programmable control over key performance characteristics of passive loudspeakers.

“We are very excited about this amazing technology, and we are equally excited to have Josh join our dynamic sales team and oversee its development.” states Eminence president Chris Rose. “Josh has many years of experience as a gigging musician, and is well versed in the management and use of audio systems. That coupled with his impeccable integrity, leadership skills, and his attention to detail make him the ideal candidate for this position.”

“I’m thrilled to be moving up within such a great company, and I’m confident in the success we’ll have introducing the D-FEND technology,” adds Martin. “It’s truly innovative, revolutionary, and solves major problems with passive systems and loudspeakers. I look forward to seeing it flourish within the industry.”

Prior to his promotion, Martin held several positions with Eminence that have helped him develop a more complete understanding of critical aspects of the loudspeaker manufacturing process, as well as become familiar with pro audio and MI manufacturers and customers, and their respective needs.

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