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NTP appoints HHB exclusive UK and Ireland distributor

Deal sees supplier take on popular lines from the audio routing and signal processing firm, such as the AX32 converter system.
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NTP Technology has announced a major addition to its global reseller network, appointing HHB Communications its new exclusive distributor for the UK and Ireland.

The deal sees the London supplier take on several popular lines from the Danish audio routing and signal processing specialist, such as the NTP AX32 2U modular audio converter system, DX32 1U compact digital audio bridge, Penta 720 modular 2U audio router and the compact 1U Penta 721 audio I/O interface, including the Pro | Mon monitor control options.

"NTP has an excellent reputation for the quality and reliability of its products," commented Steve Angel, HHB's group sales director. "It has also proved a highly accomplished innovator. NTP routers are widely used throughout the broadcast media business.

"NTP's DAD product range has arguably the most prestigious client base of any company in the professional audio sector, embracing many of the world's foremost mastering studios, post-production facilities, orchestras, music venues and record labels.

"The AX32 and AX24 have won global acclaim for their transparent sound quality, including extremely low-noise microphone preamps. NTP was one of the first high-end audio routing companies to embrace Audinate Dante Ethernet networking and has pioneered the successful implementation of uncompressed low-latency IP audio distribution. Combining the AX32 and DX32 creates an extremely versatile ultra-high quality audio capture, and playback system as well as providing a large range of digital audio I/O and powerful routing capabilities in combination with professional monitor processing.

Mikael Vest, NTP Technology sales director, added: "HHB is one of the UK's longest established and most successful pro-audio equipment specialists. Established nearly 40 years ago, the company is highly respected both in the broadcast and wider professional audio sector. HHB employs a very talented and experienced team of people who clearly understand and enjoy what they do.

"Working with HHB on the recent Goldcrest Post Production project was a real pleasure and we are confident that it will lead to new business throughout the UK market."

Picture: Mikael Vest (left) with HHB managing director Ian Jones

http://www.digitalaudio.dk
http://www.hhb.co.uk

http://www.ntp.dk

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