Studiomaster will introduce the Horizon 2020 mixer at NAMM, as well as new Horizon passive variants and production samples of the Horizon 2012.
New speakers on show from the firm will include the XPX Series portable PA units in both self-powered and passive versions. Also making its public debut will be an as-yet unnamed new speaker series, providing portable self-powered sound reinforcement with integrated stage lighting and stage monitoring.
A new Studiomaster catalogue and website will launch at the event – along with new-look Facebook pages and Twitter feeds – improving and extending communications and online resources for distributors, retailers and end-users.
Commenting on the significance of NAMM 2013 for the brand, Paul Brewis of Soundking, Studiomaster's parent company, stated: “The NAMM show is vitally important for us and completes phase one of the longer term strategic plan. It is the culmination of four months' intensive preparation by the team and we are very excited that we will have the opportunity to talk to everyone about our new direction, appearance, style, and intentions moving forwards through 2013 and beyond.“
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