New Nova Distribution exclusive with Eve

Nova Distribution, a new operation headed by former Roland Systems Group business development manager Phil Skins, launches this month with exclusive rights to distribute Eve Audio in the UK.
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Nova Distribution is a new, independent pro-audio distributor launching this month with the Eve Audio range of active monitors. Nova Distribution will be the exclusive supplier of Eve Audio speakers in the UK. As first reported in the April edition of PSNEurope, Eve Audio was founded by former ADAM CEO Roland Stenz, who officially opened the company’s doors at Prolight + Sound this year. Former Roland Systems Group video channel manager Phil Skins (pictured), who is taking the helm at the fledgling distributors, commented on its first product line: “Nova Distribution is hugely excited about Eve Audio’s new range of active monitors and subs. The sound is beautiful through Eve’s ribbon tweeter technology and the bass responses are tight and controlled through Eve’s rear bass port design, not comparable to anything else.” “We are delighted to distribute Eve Audio’s studio monitor range, the first in a long line of great products we intend to distribute in the UK. It's an exciting time for me and the team at Nova. Watch this space for more information soon,” concluded Skins.
Eve Audio currently offers a range of eight monitors from the 4” SC204 to the 8” SC408, and a line of four subwoofers.



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