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HD Pro Audio named UK dealer for SGAudio 10EaZy

Dave Robinson 20 April 2016
HD Pro Audio named UK dealer for SGAudio 10EaZy

HD Pro Audio has been appointed UK main dealer for SGAudio Aps’ 10EaZy sound level measurement system, designed for the live sound and entertainment industries.

Andy Huffer, sales director of HD Pro Audio commented, “We see great potential in the touring and installed live sound market for 10EaZy, as an essential tool for both engineers and venues to keep them on the right side of noise regulations. Noise complaints have been identified by many as one of the primary threats to music and performance venues of all shapes and sizes, so to invest in an easy-to-manage way of monitoring SPL and liaise with the local authorities can only be a positive move.”

Huffer continued, “10EaZy is already in use at some major UK venues such as the Royal Albert Hall and Union Chapel, and on tour with engineers such as Mick Hughes and Jon Burton. We welcome enquiries from potential clients who need to know more about the simple user interface and capability for logging and remote analysis or those wanting to try the system out.”

Jacob Navne-van Vliet, CEO of SGAudio Aps, added, “Noise regulations often get a lot of bad press, as do concerts with poor audio performance due to excessive sound levels. Both challenges can be countered with proper and unambiguous monitoring. 10EaZy aims at providing this to secure a high quality experience for everyone involved in a sound reinforced performance.  We are always looking for dedicated dealers who understand the benefits that come with using 10EaZy at any kind of live event. HD Pro Audio is exactly that. Their dedicated team has the knowledge and enthusiasm for great audio that we are looking. With HD Pro Audio’s position in the UK market we are sure they will be a key asset in the continued growth of 10EaZy in the UK and we are looking forward to working with them.”

HD Pro Audio will be demonstrating 10EaZy on Stand N-A26 at PLASA Focus Leeds on May 10 and 11 2016.

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