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Prism Sound selects cma audio as distributor in Germany, Austria and Switzerland

cma will be responsible for the company's full range of pro audio products

Prism Sound has appointed cma audio as its new distributor in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. 

cma audio will be responsible for the company’s full range of professional audio products, including its award-winning audio interfaces such as the multichannel ADA-8XR, Atlas, Titan and Lyra.

The new arrangement is set to streamline Prism Sound’s supply chain in these territories and improve stock levels, service and support facilities for customers and dealers.

Mark Evans, channel sales manager at Prism Sound, commented: “Germany, Austria and Switzerland are key markets for Prism Sound and we are very excited to be working with a company that is so well established and respected by this important customer base. cma audio’s ability to provide local service and support is very important as we have always believed in putting the needs of our customers first. We are also confident that our new alliance will enable Prism Sound to reach new customers who have yet to be introduced to the benefits of our high quality audio converters and interfaces.”

Based in Munich, cma audio GmbH represents a variety of pro audio and HiFi equipment manufacturers, such as Audeze, FERROFISH, Lake People, Mogami, PMC, Violectric, and ULTRASONE.

Christof Mallmann, CEO of cma audio, said: “Prism Sound’s products fit perfectly into our existing portfolio and are the ideal complement for our PCIe Audio Systems from MARIAN and Dante Audio-Over-IP Products from FERROFISH. Prism Sound converters are also an obvious partner for the monitoring delivered by PMC’s product range.”

“We are very excited about representing Prism Sound,” Mallmann added, “especially as our own service department has been using a one of the company’s dScope Series III test and measurement analysers for nearly a decade.”