EAD Digital (Guangzhou) recently held a demonstration for many of the brands it represents at MaxTeam in Beijing, which doubled as a launch event for Alcons Audio’s LR28 Pro-Ribbon line array system in Asia Pacific. This attracted customers from Korea and Singapore, as well as from across China.
Tom Back, Alcons Audio managing director, was in attendance to present the LR28 system. He charted the differences between traditional transducers and his company’s Pro-Ribbon transducers, highlighting a 90% distortion reducation. ‘The LR28 system is aimed at the touring and larger rental markets,’ said Mr Back, managing director of Alcons Audio. ‘At this event, we are demonstrating the Pro-Ribbon technology to show that this system can handle any size of event.’
In addition, EAD managing director Mr Szto introduced the distributor’s other brands to those in attendance, including Altair, Ashly, DiGiGram, Klotz and Xilica. Xiang Muping from beyerdynamic was also present to discuss the TG 1000 and TG 500 systems, which EAD exclusively distributes in China.