Valencia, Spain (February 24, 2011)--D.A.S. Audio marks its 40th anniversary this year. Founded in 1971 by Juan Alberola, D.A.S. Audio has grown into a global sound reinforcement manufacturer.
The son of a composer and music educator, music played a central role in Alberola’s life. Being an avid music listener, he parlayed his love of music and high end hi-fi systems into a sound system installation business for nightclubs and bars. Due to the high cost of imported loudspeaker products, Alberola began designing and manufacturing his own loudspeaker systems.
In the 90's, D.A.S. developed a global presence with distribution on all five of the world’s continents. In order to provide faster and more efficient logistics on the American continent, D.A.S. established a subsidiary in the United States—known as D.A.S. Audio of America, Inc. Coincidentally, 2011 marks D.A.S. Audio of America’s 15th years in the United States.
The company’s products can be found at many venues around the globe, including the Minsk Arena (Minsk, Belarus), The Stadium of the Alps (Turin, Italy), and the Mabee Center (Oklahoma, USA) to name just a few.
Robert Giner, D.A.S. Audio’s International Marketing Director, commented on the company’s milestone achievement. “D.A.S. Audio is a special company with a unique culture that fosters and rewards entrepreneurship,” Giner remarked. “There’s a very special sense of commitment by everyone at D.A.S. to develop and sell cutting-edge products with the the highest level of sound quality, exceptional feature sets, and world-class reliability. As we move forward, I am confident our rich history of innovation will continue.”