European pro-audio giants, Coda Audio, Waves System, and Pequod Acoustics, announced their entry into India’s burgeoning audio market at the Palm Expo, Mumbai. This strategic move to broaden their reach and bolster product recognition in India involves a crucial partnership with Mumbai-based distributor, Alphatec.
Germany’s Coda Audio, a luminary in the pro-audio sector, is renowned for its meticulous in-house manufacturing process, ensuring top-tier quality control. The company’s diverse product lineup, which includes line arrays, high output point source systems, column speakers, and more, caters to an array of requirements and settings. Paul Ward, Coda Audio’s International Sales Manager, conveyed excitement about the prospect of delivering exceptional sound experiences to India’s vibrant markets.
Similarly, Waves System, another German brand, has earned a reputation for reliable audio solutions. The company offers a wide spectrum of products, such as audio players, professional interactive audio/video players, and digital signage software, adept at facilitating immersive audio-visual experiences.
Pequod Acoustics, an Italian brand, is celebrated for its high-quality audio equipment crafted for professional users and audiophiles. After years of refining and experimentation, the company offers a wide range of speakers suitable for various venues worldwide.
The partnership with Alphatec aligns with the companies’ collective vision to augment the audio industry’s growth in India. Devasis Barkataki, Founder and Managing Director of Alphatec, affirmed this commitment to advancing India’s audio market by providing state-of-the-art technology, unparalleled quality, and unmatched performance through their collaborations with esteemed global brands.
The introduction of these distinguished brands promises to enrich India’s local market with cutting-edge audio equipment, improving sound reproduction quality and overall audio experiences in a range of applications such as live events, concerts, studios, and cinemas. This news is based on Adgully