We have launched our new site! The Wire backend has moved to www.svconline.com. Your can log on now with your e xisting credentials. For your reference, posting instructions have been sent to your email. Note: postings made to the old backend will be redirected through Thursday Feb 19th. Please make the switch to www.svconline.com as soon as possible.


If you have questions please email thewire@svconline.com.


Looking forward to seeing you on the new site!

A virtual press conference from Sound & Video Contractor

Milab Microphones appoints Huahui Audio as exclusive distributor for China

Milab Microphones appoints Huahui Audio as distributor for China

Mr Thomas Nojdh of Milab and Mr Alan Xu of Huahui Audio Technology in Beijing, August 2010.

Helsingborg, Sweden – Milab Microphones is pleased to announce that Huahui Audio Technology is now the exclusive distributor for Milab Microphones in China, a collaboration that will mean a big improvement in availability and customer service for Milab products.

?We are very happy to have Huahui Audio Technology as our partner in China.? says Thomas Nöjdh, president for Milab. ?At a time when a large part of the world’s microphones are produced in China, we are delighted to see such a big interest in Swedish microphones in the Chinese market. We have been informed that Huahui conducted a thorough research of various high-end manufacturers before they decided to approach Milab. Our strong product range, meticulous quality control and the fact that we still produce all microphones by hand were important factors in their decision.?

The distribution agreement was signed at the BIRTV show in Beijing in August when Huahui also arranged a special seminar where Milab’s microphones were introduced to selected clients. The products were very well received, with the first orders placed immediately at the seminar.

Huahui Audio Technology was founded in 2003 and has quickly become a leading provider of high-end pro audio equipment, training and services all over China. With offices in Beijing, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, the primary markets for Huahui are broadcast studios and installations. Huahui Audio Technology represents several highly respected manufacturers, including L-acoustics, Midas, Adam, Klark Teknik, Focal and now also Milab Microphones.

Milab’s heritage goes all the way back to 1939 when founder Rune Rosander started building microphones. Today, 70 years later, all Milab microphones are still built entirely by hand in Sweden. Every microphone is measured independently and shipped with an individual frequency chart. All new Milab microphones come with a lifetime warranty.

More information at www.milabmic.com and www.hacpro.com.

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: News

Masque Sound Helps Audiences Explore The Mystery of Love & Sex
Metric Halo Supports SCA Spring Fling
Sergio Mendes and will.i.am have a (Governors) Ball with DPA Microphones
StrandVision Offers Personal Finance Tips in Latest Set of Employee Digital Signage Communications Animated Templates
Ashly Saves the Day at Rocky Mountain Classical Academy
StoreStreams to Offer Turnkey In-Store Radio to Businesses
Audinate Announces “Audio over IP in Broadcast with Dante” Event in London
Renkus-Heinz Helps Conquer Audio Challenges in Canadian Museum for Human Rights
Additional Danley Speakers Handle Seating Expansion at Life Pentecostal Church
Landmark Manhattan Center Studios Upgrades To Dual Yamaha CL5 Digital Audio Consoles

About

Stay up to date on the latest technology news. Select press representatives post company news several times a day. Check back often to get the latest news on product releases, mergers and acquisitions, and product applications. To be included in this virtual press conference, please contact The Wire.

Calendar

October 2010
M T W T F S S
« Sep   Nov »
 123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
25262728293031

Your Account

Subscribe

Subscribe to RSS Feed

Subscribe to MyYahoo News Feed

Subscribe to Bloglines

Google Syndication