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ASHLY AUDIO APPOINTS NATIONAL AUDIO SYSTEMS (NAS) AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTOR

WEBSTER, NEW YORK – AUGUST 2013: Ashly Audio, longtime American manufacturer of professional audio signal processors, amplifiers, and end-user controllers, has appointed National Audio Systems (NAS) to distribute its products throughout Australia. Headquartered in Melbourne, and with satellite offices in Sydney, Brisbane and Perth, NAS has grown in the fifteen years since its founding to become one of Australia’s most trusted audio suppliers for the professional, commercial, and MI vertical markets. Ashly will join NAS’ prestigious line card, which includes d&b audiotecnik, Midas, Klark-Teknik, Cloud, SoundTube, Listen, Chiayo, and inDesign.

“We are happy to work with Ashly because we like the direction they are heading and the range of products they make,” said Richard Hulston, commercial audio sales specialist with NAS. “Ashly just licensed Audinate’s Dante Digital Network, and they are issuing a new DSP and amplifier series that meet the evolving needs of integrators. We see Ashly as a company developing relevant and new products that will satisfy the needs of our customers. We look forward to developing the Ashly brand within our portfolio and within the Australian market. We will build brand awareness amongst our customers through support and training and establish Ashly as a preferred product.”

“National Audio Systems is small enough to care and big enough to matter, without losing focus on the fact they are in business for their customers and suppliers,” said Anthony Errigo, Ashly’s director of marketing communications. “They have an established reputation of looking out for the needs of their customers and commanding an authoritative knowledge of the latest in audio equipment and trends. We at Ashly are pleased to be partnering with them in Australia.”

ABOUT ASHLY AUDIO
Ashly Audio Inc. is recognized as a world leader in the design and manufacturing of high quality & high performance signal processing equipment and power amplification for use in the commercial sound contracting and professional audio markets. The 37-year old company is headquartered in Webster, New York U.S.A. www.ashly.com

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