20,000 DVA T4s for dBTechnologies

Audiomusica, dBTechnologies' Chilean representative has been presented with a Golden DVA T4 Award for its outstanding contribution to sales of the line array module, which has hit over 20,000.
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dBTechnologies' representative for Chile, Audiomusica has been presented with a Golden DVA T4 Award as a commendation for its outstanding contribution to sales of the line array module. The distinctive DVA T4 is stamped with serial number 20,000, which also celebrates the sale of the 20,000th unit since its launch just over five years ago. Marcelo Aravena, business manager of Fancy Music, part of the Audiomusica Group (pictured, centre) accepted the accolade at the Frankfurt Prolight + Sound earlier this year. "It's an honour for us to receive this award, and we are really proud to be part of the dBTechnologies' family,” he said. “We are very happy with the results we've achieved together. I'm not only talking about sales, but also the great teamwork between the two companies. This close rapport gave us a strong advantage when we entered the market.” Audiomusica's partnership with dBTechnologies began in July 2009, and since then annual sales of DVA T4 have been consistently in their hundreds. “Among our many projects is the important music, dance and theatre venue, Amanda Cultural Centre in Vitacura, which now has a full DVA system,” added Aravena. dBTechnologies' business development manager, Giovanni Barbieri explained, “Audiomusica is more like extended family for dBTechnologies, as the company was our first official distributor in Latin America. With their help we have seen unbelievable expansion in the area. Armando Gotelli, founder, president and owner of the Audiomusica Group has believed in dB since the beginning, and we owe thanks to him, his dedicated product managers Cristian Gonzalez and Camilo Ramirez as well as the rest of the staff for their continued efforts.” www.dBTechnologies.comwww.audiomusica.com



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