Mar 1, 1998 12:00 PM
Sonic Systems launches web siteSonic Systems, Stamford, CT, has established a new web site atwww.soundsphere.com. Along with product and company information, the siteprovides an interactive feature that allows browsers to e-mail the companyfor further information.
Kramer opens U.S. officeKramer Electronics, Jerusalem, has opened a U.S.-based sales office inAnnandale, NJ, managed by Dave Bright, vice president of sales andmarketing.
Furman extends warrantyFurman Sound, Petaluma, CA, has extended the warranty on all its productsfrom one to three years. The warranty provisions include parts, labor andreturn-shipping to the owner. Furman is a manufacturer of powerconditioning/distribution and signal-processing equipment.
West Penn Wire/CDT hosts partyWest Penn Wire/Cable Design Technologies, Washington, PA, will hold itsannual appreciation party during the NSCA Expo on Tuesday, April 28, from 6to 8 p.m. at the Las Vegas Hilton ballroom.
PHAST wins awardsThree products by PHAST, Salt Lake City, have been chosen Innovation '98award winners at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.Selected products include Landmark home-automation systems software, theDMS Keypad wall panel and PLB-AS16 matrix audio switcher. The company alsoreceived AudioVideo International's Product of the Year award for its NTseries of electronic control components.
Switchcraft enhances web siteSwitchcraft, Chicago, has modified its web site to be more user-friendlyand provide information on new products, sales office locations, upcomingtrade show participation and product literature. Other additions includethe contents of the 336-page Engineering Design Guide and a completeproduct cross-reference. The site is located at www.switchcraft.com.
AutoPatch announces warrantyAutoPatch, a manufacturer of audio, video and digital signal switching androuting equipment, has announced a limited lifetime warranty on all itsmatrix switchers. A division of XN Technologies, AutoPatch is based inCheney, WA.
Crestron purchases buildingCrestron has expanded its sales, customer support, marketing, engineeringand accounting offices to a new facility in Rockleigh, NJ. The 50,000 ftsquared (4,645 meter squared) building also houses the Crestron TechnicalInstitute and a new training facility.
Meyer Sound recognizedMeyer Sound, Berkeley, CA, received the 1997 Sound Product of the Yearaward for its UPA-1P and UPA-2P self-powered loudspeakers. The honor waspresented by Theatre Crafts International (TCI) magazine.
SESCOM establishes web siteSESCOM, Henderson, NV, has a new web site at www.sescom.com that offers thecompany's audio transformers and aluminum enclosures product line catalogs,as well as product pricing. Other features to be added include applicationnotes, usage diagrams, a how-to section, searchable database and onlineordering.
Numark relocatesNumark Industries recently moved to 11 Helmsman Road, North Kingstown, RI02852; phone: 401-295-9000; fax: 401-295-5200; web site: www.numark.com.
Soundstream purchases Stewart ElectronicsSoundstream Technologies, Folsom, CA, has purchased the assets of StewartElectronics, a company which had previously been its exclusive supplier ofmanufacturing and R&D. Stewart will maintain its name and pro-audio designs.
ART receives awardApplied Research and Technology (ART), Rochester, NY, has been presentedthe 1998 Electronic Musician Magazine Editor's Choice Award for the PRO VLAtube compressor. ART is a manufacturer of analog and digital signalprocessing equipment.
LA Audio and SCV mergeSCV Electronics, UK manufacturer of the SCV Electronics and LA Audio signalprocessor ranges, will re-brand its entire range of products under the LAAudio banner. LA Audio, with headquarters in London, will be a division ofSCV.
Jensen Tools forms web siteJensen Tools, Phoenix, has launched a web site at www.jensentools.com thatoffers secure online ordering and information for more than 5,000 products.Online customers will have access to a number of special promotions andfeatures available only on the web site.
AMX expands global officesAMX, Dallas, has added several staff members to various global field officelocations. Training manager Greg Colley and coordinator Dianne Colley havejoined AMX Control Systems Pte. Ltd. in Singapore. Peter Woods joins theAMX Canada team, and Alejandro Baranda provides technical sales andcustomer support for the Global Partner Dealer network in Mexico.
Anicom plans acquisitionsAnicom has entered into a letter of intent for the purchase of YankeeElectronics, Manchester, NH, and Optical Fiber Components, also ofManchester. Anicom is a distributor of multimedia wiring products and isbased in Rosemont, IL.
Coherent and Motorola form agreementCoherent Communications Systems, Ashburn, VA, and Motorola's InformationSecurity division will market Coherent's Consortium conference system withMotorola's CipherLINK system, creating a commercial encrypted conferenceplatform.
ProMix joins PRGProduction Resource Group (PRG) has acquired ProMix, Mt. Vernon, NY, anaudio equipment and service company. ProMix is the first sound company inthe group and the initial member of PRG's new audio division. PRGspecializes in production elements for Broadway theater and themedattractions.
Sony product honoredThe Communications Managers Association (CMA) presented the bestvideoconferencing product award to Sony Electronics, Park Ridge, NJ, forits TriniCom Mini 1000 collaborative workgroup system. The honor waspresented at CMA Telcom, the company's annual conference and exposition inNew York.