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Harman Professional and dcinex announce distribution pact

Oct 21, 2013

Harman Professional and cinema technology provider dcinex announced a commercial distribution agreement under which dcinex will provide sales and support for JBL Professional cinema loudspeakers and Crown cinema amplifiers and systems across the European continent.

Under terms of the agreement, dcinex can now purchase JBL and Crown cinema products directly from Harman and will handle service and support of the products. In addition, dcinex has the option to purchase from Harman's existing base of distributors throughout Europe.
 
"For several years, Harman products have been some of our best-selling items for cinema sound installations," says Till Cussmann, dcinex's VP of exhibitor services. "Thanks to this new distribution agreement, we are now able to offer JBL loudspeakers and Crown amplifiers at a competitive price while taking advantage of Harman's outstanding expertise in complex theatre configurations and immersive sound technology. We are happy to raise our partnership to the next level and together shape the future of sound in movie theatres across Europe."
 
"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with dcinex as we grow our presence in the cinema market throughout Europe," said Adrian Curtis, Harman’s VP of sales, EMEA. "We are confident the combination of world-class Harman Professional cinema products and dcinex's industry and technology expertise will serve our existing customers well, while attracting new customers.”


Harman Professional and dcinex announce distribution pact

Oct 21, 2013

Harman Professional and cinema technology provider dcinex announced a commercial distribution agreement under which dcinex will provide sales and support for JBL Professional cinema loudspeakers and Crown cinema amplifiers and systems across the European continent.

Under terms of the agreement, dcinex can now purchase JBL and Crown cinema products directly from Harman and will handle service and support of the products. In addition, dcinex has the option to purchase from Harman's existing base of distributors throughout Europe.
 
"For several years, Harman products have been some of our best-selling items for cinema sound installations," says Till Cussmann, dcinex's VP of exhibitor services. "Thanks to this new distribution agreement, we are now able to offer JBL loudspeakers and Crown amplifiers at a competitive price while taking advantage of Harman's outstanding expertise in complex theatre configurations and immersive sound technology. We are happy to raise our partnership to the next level and together shape the future of sound in movie theatres across Europe."
 
"We are thrilled to continue our partnership with dcinex as we grow our presence in the cinema market throughout Europe," said Adrian Curtis, Harman’s VP of sales, EMEA. "We are confident the combination of world-class Harman Professional cinema products and dcinex's industry and technology expertise will serve our existing customers well, while attracting new customers.”

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