A number of distributors from across the globe recently visited KV2 Audio International in the Czech Republic to experience the company’s latest technology.
An outdoor stage, located within a local forest of the medieval town of Tabor in Southern Bohemia, provided the venue, where attendees were presented with live music and recorded playback. They were also provided with informal product overviews and applications, which included details on all aspects of KV2‘s SLA technology.
Utilising flown VHD and ES enclosures, as well as showing the new VHD2.21 subwoofers, complete system designs and operations were explained by George Krampera, director of R&D and engineering, Andy Austin-Brown, technical projects director and Alex Pagliani, director of Sales-Europe, Middle East and Latin America. The entire KV2 Audio team from the factory provided full production support for the event.
Visitors were invited to mix the hired band of session musicians with any system configuration they wished during the presentation. Jiri Krampera Jnr commented, “Although much effort and cost goes into providing these facilities, the shared enthusiasm, knowledge base, and understanding of each product‘s capabilities leaves the customers with no doubt as to where to place their next investment in audio equipment.”