Harman

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As the parent company of JBL Pro, AKG, AMX,  Studer Soundcraft, Crown, Lexicon and others, Harman leads the world in the design and manufacture of professional lighting, control and A/V equipment. Harman brands can bring you to your feet at a rock concert, or enable collaboration in your next meeting. Harman Pro designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of A/V products for the commercial markets. With over 5,000 patents Harman’s brands continue to lead the way in technology advancements. Companies have relied on Harman Pro to deliver professional A/V for over 50 years, rely on AVI-SPL and Harman when it matters most.

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For 2017, Harman has added support for the AES67 open standard for audio over IP. Its line of AV product lines supporting AES67 include Crown DCi-DA Dante amplifiers, AMX Networked AV N2000 and N1000 series video encoders, and Soundweb London BLU-806DA, BLU-326DA, and BLU-DA devices.

  • AMX
    As a leading brand for over 30 years, AMX® is dedicated to integrating AV solutions for an IT World. AMX solves the complexity of managing technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems comprising automation, system-wide AV switching and signal distribution, digital signage and technology management. World leaders, Fortune 100 companies, and top universities rely on AMX systems, which are deployed worldwide in conference rooms, homes, classrooms, network operation/command centers, hotels, entertainment venues and broadcast facilities, among others.
  • AKG
    With more than 1,400 patents, AKG® has consistently produced some of the truest and most natural-sounding microphones and headphones in the history of audio. AKG’s research and development laboratories are the largest, best-equipped and most productive of their kind in the world. With equipment for live music, recording, broadcast and permanent installations, AKG believes “it all comes back to the sound.” Which is why professionals keep coming back to AKG.
  • Soundcraft
    Soundcraft designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of professional audio mixing consoles for use in the live performance, broadcast, sound recording, stage and film arenas. Founded in 1973, just as the music touring business was taking off, the company made its mark with the Series 1, the first mixing console in a flightcase, and built a reputation for desks that became synonymous with the “British Sound.”
  • Studer
    The Studer name has been synonymous with quality and reliability in professional recording equipment since 1948. Today, Studer has a worldwide reputation for its digital technology, established in the field of broadcast and live production by the Vista range, and among the world’s leading radio and television broadcasters with the OnAir Series of desks, as well as routers, radio automation and CMS call management system.
  • dbx
    The best sound systems depend on advanced digital signal processing from dbx to really make them shine. Our offering includes complete equalization and speaker management systems, powered speaker optimizers, direct boxes, zone controllers, EQs and more. Our training and technical support modules will get you up and running fast . Put us to the test and experience the sound that only dbx can offer.
  • BSS
    BSS has earned an international reputation for audio signal processing that addresses the real needs of professional musicians. In both live sound systems and studio installations, BSS products are powerful, ergonomic examples of the benefits of focused research, design excellence and scrupulous quality assurance. And they provide all you need to know to understand why top performing artists and theaters around the world choose BSS.
  • Lexicon
    Lexicon® measures its success by the simple fact that it’s the worldwide choice of engineers, producers and performers for digital processing. Its uncompromised integrity has proven to be extremely successful over the years. History was made when its Reverb line was introduced at the 1978 AES Convention. It was considered the first commercially viable digital reverb system. And Lexicon’s innovations haven’t stopped since. It continues to forge strategic partnerships that will ensure that its systems are always compatible with customers’ needs.
  • Crown
    For more than 50 years, Crown® has manufactured professional audio products, including power amplifiers, microphones and computer-controlled audio components and software. Designed for major installations in stadiums and arenas, as well as for use in mobile PA systems for musicians and DJs, Crown products feature proven technologies and state-of-the-art advancements for high-quality, high-performance systems with the rock-solid reliability that professionals demand.
  • JBL
    Play back the last 30 years of music and motion picture recording, and one name stands alone: JBL® Professional. Before THX® and Dolby®, before stereo and even hi-fi, there was JBL. Today, you’ll hear JBL Pro sound in 70 percent of all professional venues, including legendary recording studios, famous concert halls and premier movie houses, around the world. JBL Pro loudspeakers are the one benchmark for quality and the singular reference for accuracy in the playback of recorded sound.
  • Martin
    As a world leader in dynamic lighting solutions, Martin lighting systems are renowned the world over. Most recently, the outdoor Martin LED lighting system was showcased during Super Bowl XLVII at the Mercedes Benz Superdome in New Orleans. Martin luminaires have also recently been used for live performances by rock acts such as the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney and Coldplay as well as for the latest Broadway and West End musicals. Martin is in the process of launching new products across all of its product lines including new models in the award-winning MAC Viper family, as well as new creative LED video products, innovative lighting control solutions, new atmospheric smoke solutions and more.

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