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dBTechnologies joins the Sonos Libra lineup in Thailand

dBTechnologies joins the Sonos Libra lineup in Thailand
Simon Rains, Manuele Poli and Alfonso Martin Rodriguez

dBTechnologies joins the Sonos Libra lineup in Thailand


dBTechnologies has chosen Sonos Libra to serve as its new distributor in Thailand. Although still a relatively new company, Sonos Libra has gained plenty of experience representing brands such as Adamson, Allen & Heath, Audac and Kramer. It will now add dBTechnologies’ product portfolio of touring, install and MI audio systems to its catalogue.

‘In the last few years, dBTechnologies’ presence in Southeast Asia’s professional audio industry has grown considerably,’ said dBTechnologies APAC sales manager, Manuele Poli. ‘We are at a point where we need strategic partnerships to meet a larger base of professionals and disclose our products’ full potential. When we met Alfonso Rodriguez and Sonos Libra’s team, I immediately realised that their sales approach and advanced technical skills were exactly what dBTechnologies needed to enhance the brand perception and further flourish in the local professional market.’

Rodriguez is Sonos Libra’s CEO. ‘dBTechnologies is a growing company and is now playing at a higher level,’ he said. ‘We are very happy to start from this stage together. The rental market in Southeast Asia is very competitive at any level and being able to offer good pricing without sacrificing performance, quality, speed of deployment and, most importantly, safety, is key.

‘dBTechnologies’ VIO series offers the best solution for audio providers, and we are already planning a brand relaunch to increase visibility as well as demo events and regular public training on the systems. Also, we are creating a solid infrastructure with our dealers to extend the reach of the dBTechnologies MI products nationwide.’

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