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Audio Visual Factory Takes Aim With McCauley

New York (October 19, 2006)--Audio Visual Factory, a corporate event specialist in the Northwest, has been catering to clients ranging from Expedia to Microsoft, and Swedish Hospital to Starbucks, using its McCauley Monarc line array systems.
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New York (October 19, 2006)--Audio Visual Factory, a corporate event specialist in the Northwest, has been catering to clients ranging from Expedia to Microsoft, and Swedish Hospital to Starbucks, using its McCauley Monarc line array systems.

"We always fly our equipment," said AV Factory sales rep Tim Baldini. "Our rigs are four a side, and if we are doing just audio, we can send two guys and it only takes them an hour to set up."

AV Factory's arsenal includes McCauley Sound's MS3 subwoofers and MLA3 speakers. The company recently purchased two MS3 subwoofer modules, increasing an inventory, which already included eight MLA3s. It also plans to acquire McCauley's M-Line system in the near future, having already placed an order for eight M120s and two MS1s.

When it came time to choose the PA, a key factor was Baldini's familiarity with McCauley systems from his previous work with the New York-based Branchini Sound. "McCauley sounds great and has the best support," he said, "plus I knew they were right here in our backyard."

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