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Almo Adds Three Companies to its Audio Sourcing and Engineering Group

All three will be represented at Almo's final E4 event of the year, coming up Oct. 15 just outside Atlanta.

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Almo Adds Three Companies to its Audio Sourcing and Engineering Group
Almo Adds Three Companies to its Audio Sourcing and Engineering Group

Philadelphia-based Almo Professional A/V, a distributor of professional audio and visual equipment, announces that it has added Salt Lake City-based ClearOne, Sudbury, Massachusetts-based Yamaha Unified Communications and Torrance, California-based MXL to its dedicated audio sourcing and technical engineering group, called “Sound Options.”

First announced in 2018, Almo’s Sound Options group focuses on stocking the top brands and equipment in audio as well as providing customers audio-specific sales, technical and engineering expertise.

“Audio will always be a critical part of an AV install,” says Rob Ziv, director of business development for Almo. “We know all too well that if the audio is even slightly off, it can adversely impact communication and negatively affect an entire project. We are here to help our partners get the audio right the first time. With more than 50 top audio brands available, Almo affords the convenience and efficiency of purchasing audio from a one-stop source. We also provide the added benefit of technical support from our highly trained and experienced business development managers, all of whom have a direct line to the audio manufacturers.”

All three of these companies, and others, will be showing off their latest products at the final installment of the Almo Fall 2019 E4 Experience, which will be Tuesday, Oct. 15, in Alpharetta, Georgia, near Atlanta. For more information click here.

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Tony Kindelspire

Tony Kindelspire is the digital content editor for RV PRO magazine. He was the former digital content editor of Sign & Digital Graphics & WRAPS magazines.

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