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L-Acoustics to Exhibit L-ISA and More at NAMM 2019

L-Acoustics returns to NAMM with an enhanced booth and demo space

Photo above: Scott Sugden, Product Manager, USA & Canada, L-Acoustics, conducting an L-ISA demo

ANAHEIM, California - NAMM booth 17208 / demo room 203A -- NAMM has always been the place where the music world meets and has now also demonstrated its ongoing commitment to professional sound. L-Acoustics returned to the trade show as an exhibitor last year and is pleased to do so again in January 2019.

The leading manufacturer of premium sound reinforcement solutions will be more than doubling its footprint this year at NAMM with a new demo space to showcase L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound, a trailblazing multidimensional sound technology. In addition, the L-Acoustics interactive showroom will be populated by the latest loudspeakers, processors, and software, including ARCS Wide, ARCS Focus, X Series, K Series, and Syva loudspeakers, along with the P1 AVB processor, which began shipping in June 2018.

LA_NAMM_2019_2_LD.jpg“The combination of technology showcases, education opportunities, and exciting awards ceremonies make NAMM a great place to reconnect with peers and key clients, as well as reaching the broader audience of music enthusiasts who help our industry thrive,” declares Laurent Vaissié, CEO, USA & Canada for L-Acoustics. “The January timing in our annual events calendar, in addition to NAMM’s location not far from our US headquarters in Westlake Village, make this show a great way to kick off our year.”

Photo: Laurent Vaissié, CEO, USA & Canada, L-Acoustics

Please visit L-Acoustics at NAMM booth 17208 and experience L-ISA and other technologies in demo room 203A.

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