EV wins SIX 2013 ProSoundWeb Readers' Choice Awards!
January 16, 2013
- The largest on-line community in the pro audio industry has just elected its “products of the year” for 2013
- Electro-Voice systems won in six categories, making EV the most successful brand overall
- Comments Robert Hesse, Vice President Sales Communication EMEA and Managing Director of EVI Audio GmbH: “From loudspeaker systems to microphones to complex networking technologies … one could wish for no finer recognition!”
For six years now, ProSoundWeb, the largest on-line community in the pro audio industry, has been organizing its “Readers’ Choice” awards, whereby several thousand Internet users vote online for their preferred pro audio products. This year, products in 23 different categories were nominated, with Electro-Voice emerging at the end of the day as the dominant supplier. After giving the company four awards in 2012, voters this year recognized no fewer than six Electro-Voice systems as the best in their categories – more than any other brand in the pro audio industry. The list of winners:
“Thanks to everyone who voted!”
Line Arrays - Small Format: EVA
Loudspeakers - Portable Powered Systems: Live X
Loudspeakers - Subwoofers: EVF-2151D
Loudspeakers – Passive: EVH-D
Microphones – Dynamic Type, Performance: RE320
Networking Technologies: RCM-26
“Last year we were the only manufacturer to win in four categories,” comments Robert Hesse, Vice President Sales Communication EMEA and Managing Director of EVI Audio GmbH. “And topping that fantastic result this year validates our ‘Best in Class’ strategy for everything we produce. We are proud to be the only manufacturer honored with six awards.” The results were all the more gratifying for being based on the judgment of the end users themselves and for the way they underlined the comprehensive quality of the company’s product portfolio. “What these awards mean,” concludes Hesse, “is that from loudspeaker systems to microphones to complex networking technologies we are always ‘Best in Class’. One could wish for no finer recognition!”
snapshot, lf/gm, February 2013
Thanks to everyone who voted!