Shure Europe and RF Venue have entered into an exclusive distribution agreement across the EMEA region.
The deal will see Shure Europe’s regional distribution offices in Germany, the UK and Benelux – alongside its third party distribution partners throughout the territory – distribute and sell the wide range of antenna and signal distribution products made by the Boston-based manufacturer, which are designed to improve the signal quality and performance of professional wireless audio systems.
“We’re pleased to partner with the world’s leading wireless audio brand to bring RF Venue products to EMEA regions,” commented RF Venue CEO Chris Regan. “Shure Europe’s marketing, distribution, and fulfillment capabilities will provide current and new RF Venue customers in those regions the highest level of sales and support. RF Venue products are highly complementary to Shure wireless systems, so this agreement is a great fit for both organisations.”
Key products from the RF Venue line include the Diversity Fin antenna for wireless microphones, the portable CP Beam folding helical antenna for IEMs and the RF Spotlight antenna for minimising interference in crowded RF environments. RF Venue also offers distribution solutions like the DISTRO4 antenna distribution amplifier, the COMBINE4 IEM combiner and the Optix platform of RF-to-fibre-optic signal converters for distributing wireless audio RF signals over single-mode fibre cable.
It further offers a range of spectrum analysis hardware and software tools, including the RackPRO spectrum analyser and Vantage Mac OSX software application for the RF Explorer series spectrum analysers.
“RF Venue antennas and distribution systems complement our extensive Shure wireless offering very well. This distribution partnership strengthens our wireless market position across the EMEA region by offering a more comprehensive set of RF solutions for the most demanding applications,” added Ron Marchant, general manager for Shure EMEA. “We look forward to working with the RF Venue organisation going forward.”
Audio Media International's November 2015 issue featured an article from RV Venue marketing manager Alex Milne on 'Increasing Wireless Signal-To-Noise Ratio', which you can read here.