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TASCAM delivers ACE training

TASCAM delivers ACE training

TASCAM delivers ACE training


Staff and engineers from Advanced Communication Equipment’s (ACE) sites in Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou were recently provided with TASCAM product training. Around 40 ACE staff attended the seminar at the AV company’s Guangzhou office.

Suguru Osanai from TASCAM’s product planning team led the training, which covered the manufacturer’s new MX-8A matrix mixer half-rack sized Dante Compact Processor series, among other products. These systems were demonstrated, along with their software that runs on PC, Mac, Android and iOS devices. Additionally, several real-world case studies were highlighted that made use of TASCAM systems such as the DA-6400, ML-16D/32D, SS-CDR250N, CG-2000, MZ-372/223 and Model 24.

‘We mainly introduced new models, which were 8in/8out matrix mixer MX-8A and half-rack size Analog-Dante converter lines, MM-2D, MM-4D/IN, ML-4D/OUT and AE-4D, with their dedicate applications to ACE's staff,’ confirmed TASCAM’s APAC regional sales manager, Yoichiro Hosoi. ‘I believe they have grasped their features well and that they will study the products more in future projects.’

The event served not only to enlighten ACE staff about TASCAM’s products, but also to provide the manufacturer with some insight into ACE’s work and the Chinese market as a whole. ‘First of all, we appreciate ACE for providing this opportunity,’ said Hiroshi Hayakawa, general manager of TEAC Sales and Trading (ShenZhen). ‘We believe that ACE's staff learned deeply about our valuable products, and hope that this will be helpful to extend their business.’

‘The event was very useful for our colleagues, especially for those from different departments in our company that attended to a TASCAM training session for the first time,’ commented ACE sales manager Sunny Li. ‘They have gained knowledge and have a better understanding of TASCAM products and this will be useful for them when applying TASCAM products to projects.’

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