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SoundTube Adds Electro-Acoustics Systems Pte Ltd for Southeast Asia

MSE Audio has partnered with Electro-Acoustics Systems Pte Ltd as its distributor for Singapore, Cambodia, Indonesia, and Brunei for SoundTube, SolidDrive, Soundsphere, and Rockustics.

“EAS is a great company with a long, rich history in the AV industry,” said Ken Hecht, VP at MSE Audio. “With EAS’ extensive design and installation experience in pro AV, broadcast, sound reinforcement, and other commercial audio solutions, our brands will be represented by one of the most highly respected companies in Southeast Asia.”

Electro-Acoustics Systems was founded 40 years ago designing sound reinforcement solutions and began offering state-of-the-art boardroom presentation systems shortly after. EAS expanded its footprint from Singapore to other countries including Brunei, Malaysia, and China, and extended its offerings to include broadcast then stage lighting and rigging. The company has integrated first-in-the-market technologies such as equipping a theme park with the first LED display in Southeast Asia that was used for events such as Michael Jackson’s concert in Brunei in 1996.

“As one of Singapore’s leading multimedia systems firms, we work in synergy with our clients to provide value beyond what the latest technology can offer,” said Lam Tze Tze, Executive Director of EAS. “We are thrilled to bring this value by working with the MSE Audio team and the extensive family of products. The innovative, patented, and versatile products give us many more unique audio solutions to offer our customers.”

To learn more about MSE Audio, please visit mseaudio.com.

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