Martin Audio has started to tease the launch of its widely anticipated CDD-LIVE! Series that will be fully announced and showcased at this year’s Prolight+Sound in Messe Frankfurt.
Details of the series are being kept under wraps, but Martin Audio has released a teaser print image and an accompanying teaser video for the new product launch under the banner of “The Sound of Things to Come”.
The range will obviously build upon the hugely successful Coaxial Differential Dispersion technology and given the ‘LIVE!’ moniker is primarily targeting the live sound community.
Dom Harter, the recently appointed Managing Director, said, “This new product range will build upon our Patented technology that will further Martin Audio’s credentials as the true innovator in the marketplace and will deliver our customers a clear competitive advantage. We are extremely excited to unveil this new series at Prolight+Sound, where we have a multitude of activity planned.”
Harter continued, “There will be a Press Event at 3pm on Tuesday, April 5 on our brand new stand B71 in Hall 3.1; the products will obviously be on display for the duration of the show, but most importantly we will be running 30 minute Demo sessions on the hour (11am to 6pm) for the first three days of the show over in the Brillanz Room in Hall 4.2.”
Summing up, Harter said, “This is another significant landmark in the development of the Martin Audio portfolio and I would urge all live sound rental houses and indeed system integrators to check out the demonstrations that will showcase the exceptional performance, features and commercial value that this range will offer.”
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Founded by audio engineer David Martin in 1971, Martin Audio pioneered the use of all-horn-loaded bass designs in world-class touring loudspeaker systemsfor groups such as Pink Floyd, ELP and Supertramp. Located outside of London, Martin Audio now embodies a sophisticated mix of acoustic design, research, mathematical modeling and software engineering for a wide range of products in the installation, cinema and touring sound markets.