Cambridge, U.K. (November 9, 2009)--Prism Sound's range of test and measurement equipment is now being represented in Sweden by MixRommet, a subsidiary of Oslo-based distributor LydRommet, which already handles Prism Sound's range in Norway.
Established in 2007, Stockholm-based MixRommet shares service, support and administration facilities with LydRommet. The company is headed by Gunnar Silins, who spent more than 20 years as a sound engineer, maintenance engineer and recording studio manager, before moving into pro audio sales. Since 1988, Silins has worked for several distribution companies in Sweden, selling and supporting a number of key equipment brands including Neutrik Test Instruments, which he represented for nearly five years.
Commenting on MixRommet's appointment, Silins says, "Prism Sound's dScope Series III is a remarkable instrumentation platform that offers flexibility, a high level of functionality and an attractive price point. It obviously fits very well into MixRommet's regular customer base of pro-audio users and broadcasters. I am confident that my earlier experience of selling test and measurement equipment to manufacturers and other users outside the traditional world of sound people will be of great benefit to both Prism Sound and MixRommet."
Simon Woollard, applications engineer for Prism Sound, adds, "MixRommet is very well respected in Sweden and already represents a number of key professional audio brands including Studer, RME, Trinnov Audio and Dangerous Music. We are really delighted to have someone of Gunnar's caliber on our team and look forward to reinforcing dScope's presence in Sweden with this extra provision of local technical sales and support."