Alto Professional brings latest live sound reinforcement gear to infoComm 2011

Alto Professional

Alto Professional has announced it will be exhibiting for the first time at booth #478 during the 2011 infoComm show from June 15-17 in Orlando, Florida.

Alto Professional will give system integrators, contractors, rental and staging companies and pro-AV attendees of all kinds their first look at the Alto Professional TRUESONIC and TOURMAX lines of speakers, ZEPHYR mixers, EMPIRE powered mixers, MIXPACK portable PA equipment and APX amplifiers. Attendees will be able to hear some of latest Alto Professional gear demonstrated live at the booth.

Alto Professional’s mission is to deliver products that give musicians and live sound reinforcement engineers alike the tools that they need to perform at their highest levels. Alto Professional’s products are designed to provide uncompromised accuracy, durability, portability and power with remarkable affordability.

“infoComm attendees are looking for gear that makes their installations sound phenomenal while staying within budget,” said Jay Schlabs, Executive Director, Alto Professional. “We definitely have what they want and at the show they’ll get the chance to see and hear our live sound equipment up close.”

More information: Alto Professional

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