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Leading UK TV audio system supplier Plus 4 Audio has acquired 12 APG DX12 compact, low-profile monitor speakers for its rental inventory from the manufacturer’s UK distributor, Red Square Audio.
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Leading UK TV audio system supplier Plus 4 Audio has acquired 12 APG DX12 compact, low-profile monitor speakers for its rental inventory from the manufacturer’s UK distributor, Red Square Audio.

“I had been looking for a micro wedge monitor for our smaller shows for quite some time, but I just couldn’t find anything that met our requirements,” explained Plus 4’s Stewart Chaney. “They were either too big or simply not good enough, or both! Then Paul Nicholson said he’d got something that might interest me, and gave me a demo of the new DX12s from APG. I was more than pleasantly surprised. The DX12 is a light, compact unit that presents an extremely low profile, and sounds good enough for me to put in front of any major artist with confidence. They are a very welcome addition to my inventory.”

“I have known Stewart for many years,” remarked Red Square Audio’s Paul Nicholson, “and I can state quite categorically that he wouldn’t put anything in front of his clients that wasn’t 100% in every aspect of its functionality so this purchase is confirmation that APG has what it takes to become a logical and realistic acquisition for any rental or installation company.”

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