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ADAM Audio USA Redefines Mission With New Staff And Facility

roger-fortier.jpgHicksville, NY––Capitalizing on the success of its professional monitor systems to redefine its mission and maximize sales, ADAM Audio USA has named Roger Fortier as Vice President and is moving to expansive new headquarters in Hicksville, New York.
Fortier, who will be responsible for Consumer Audio and Residential Installation products, brings a wealth of experience to his position. He has worked as a consultant and sales executive for such respected brands as Martin Logan, Krell Industries and Madrigal Audio Labs.
As part of ADAM Audio’s redefined sales and marketing mission, he will be joining company president Robert Caputo in a dedicated effort to maximize the brand’s profile, sales and marketing penetration in the professional and consumer markets.
ADAM will be introducing its Classic Mk3 and TENSOR Series hi-fi and multi-channel systems along with new Architectural Design active in-wall solutions at the CEDIA Expo 2009 in Atlanta. Current installations for the TENSOR Series multi-channel system include the new WSDG MAXICOM showroom in Miami, Florida.
At AES in New York, ADAM will be introducing its newly developed SX- Series active monitor systems with the S3X-H nearfield monitors taking a prominent position in the introduction. ADAM S3-XH’s are already being incorporated into some Walters-Storyk Design Group installations.
In just a few years, ADAM already has a distinguished list of users that includes The Julliard School Recording Department, Jazz At Lincoln Center, XM Satellite Radio, Effanel, Paramount Pictures, Universal Studios, 20th Century Fox Digital and other leading facilities.
ADAM Audio has established a preeminent reputation for its monitor systems based on its exceptional quality standards and groundbreaking innovations such as the landmark Accelerating Ribbon Technology (ART) tweeter, the new X-ART™ tweeter and midrange drivers, and Hexacone™ woofers.
For more information about ADAM Audio, please call 516.503.1950 or click to www.adam-audio.de.

About ADAM Audio: Combining extensive experience and research in the field of speaker systems with their revolutionary Accelerating Ribbon Technology tweeter design, physicist Klauz Heinz and engineer Roland Stenz founded ADAM Audio in 1999. Based in Berlin, Germany, ADAM designs and builds professional monitor systems for leading recording studios around the world as well as sophisticated hi-fi and multi-channel loudspeaker systems for the home and residential installation market.

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