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First Uniline sale in Germany

Ian McMurray 6 July 2010
First Uniline sale in Germany

APG has announced the sale of the first Uniline compact line array system in Germany. Full service production company Coco Sound has just taken delivery of a full Uniline system comprising twelve UL210 full-range 3-way line array enclosures and six TB118 subwoofers.

Coco Sound was established in 1986 by sound engineers Hans-Georg “Hage” Romberg and Ellen Muschal who still run the company today.

“We chose the Uniline system from APG for a number of reasons,” said Romberg. “Firstly, it’s a speaker system that really plays in the premier league – it measures favourably against any other big-name system on the market. Secondly, we really appreciate APG’s development philosophy regarding coaxial technology. From a practical point of view, the system is incredibly quick and easy to set up, as well as being robust which is very important for us; and finally, the relationship that we have developed with Audio-Technica and APG is excellent – we have been extremely impressed with the high levels of customer and technical support from both companies, all of which augurs well for the future.”

“The Coco Sound sale is the first step in APG’s strategy to develop Uniline in Germany,” said APG’s head of international sales and marketing, Xavier Pion (pictured), “and it also reinforces the fact that Audio-Technica was absolutely the right choice for us as a distribution partner in Germany. Coco Sound is the first of many interesting projects they have in the pipeline – they are looking forward to a busy second half of the year.”


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