Gardnerville, NV (November 1, 2005)–Summit Audio Inc. has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with Bricasti Design. Under the terms of the new agreement Summit Audio will serve as the sole distributor in the U.S. for the Medford, MA-based company’s entire product line, including the all-new Model 7 Stereo Reverb Processor.
Bricasti’s Model 7 Stereo Reverb Processor“Most people know Summit Audio for manufacturing state-of-the-art signal processing gear,” stated Erik Papp, president of Summit Audio, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. “However, we also have mature distribution capabilities thanks to our extensive experience and strong relationships in the industry. We are extremely pleased about Bricasti’s products, and we feel that we can help them to gain much-deserved market share.”
“We’ve known Erik for a while and are very confident in Summit Audio’s abilities,” said Brian Zolner, president of Bricasti Design. “To help insure our success in launching a new brand, we were looking for a good partner with an in-depth knowledge of the U.S. market, having a distribution network of the best dealers, and long term relationships with them. We feel that Summit Audio met those requirements and are proud to be working with them.”
The Model 7 Stereo Reverb Processor, Bricasti Design’s first product, is a modern, high-resolution digital design. Utilizing an array of the latest DSP devices, the M7 provides a platform for the long-overdue next step in reverb processing algorithms. The M7 has a separate, fully differential analog section and a dedicated transformer-based linear power supply. A strong stainless steel chassis and a tooled-aluminum front panel, the M7 combines a classic high-visibility display and straightforward human interface, which completes an enduring design that is intended to fulfill its role now and in the future.
Summit Audio, Inc.