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A.C. ProMedia to Distribute DSpecialists’ Harvey AV Control Products in North America

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• Created: February 8, 2019

Mic Cardone, Jochen Cronemeyer and Jean-Louis Blanchard

TORONTO – A.C. ProMedia has been named exclusive distributor of Germany-based DSpecialists’ Harvey AV control products in North America. These products and technologies, aimed at the install and “architainment” markets, are used in conference rooms, museums, educational facilities and multipurpose rooms and theaters as well as home cinemas. Pictured here, from left, are Mic Cardone, VP of Sales for A.C. ProMedia; Jochen Cronemeyer, CEO of DSpecialists; and Jean-Louis Blanchard, A.C. ProMedia.

More details from A.C. ProMedia (www.acpromedia.com):

Developed and manufactured in Germany, Harvey is engineered to be the most flexible Audio and Multi-Media Control Matrix on the market. It comes equipped with analog audio inputs and outputs as well as a selection of application-specific control interfaces available in different configurations. It is ideal in conference rooms, home cinemas, museums, educational facilities, multipurpose rooms and theatres.

“We are excited to have been selected as the exclusive Harvey distributor for North America.” comments Mic Cardone, Vice President of Sales for A.C. ProMedia. “DSpecialists use cutting-technologies offering products that fit within the demands of an evolving marketplace. I believe that Harvey is the ideal Matrix solution for A.C. ProMedia, fitting into our strategic business plan.”

“DSpecialists and AC ProMedia fit well together as both companies are fully committed to delivering innovation and cutting-edge technologies.” remarks Jochen Cronemeyer, CEO of DSpecialists. “I am confident that this partnership will accelerate Harvey’s market penetration in North America.”

Harvey is a family of flexible audio and media control matrices and a key component for PA and conference systems. The Harvey family is equipped with up to 32 analog audio input or output channels as well as a large number of different control interfaces. The unit has extensive audio processing functions that can be configured in a way that is tailored precisely to the respective application. Harvey can connect to very different devices and act as the central control unit for audio, lighting, and media technology. It converts the data between the interfaces and eliminates the need for additional converters. All established media control systems from Crestron, AMX, and Cue are suitable for controlling Harvey and all other devices connected to it. Additionally, Harvey features the ability to be controlled by modern web browsers.

For more information, also visit www.dspecialists.com.


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