Alto Professional has announced that all Guitar Center locations throughout the United States are now offering select TRUESONIC loudspeakers and ZEPHYR ZMX mixers.

Alto Professional Truesonic

Guitar Center, the world’s largest musical instrument and pro-audio retailer, is now carrying both the TRUESONIC TS112A and TS115A powered speakers, giving musicians and live sound engineers the opportunity to experience the TRUESONIC difference in person.

TRUESONIC speakers feature 800 watts of efficient, Class D power and are engineered to deliver a clear and accurate representation of any performance. Constructed using an extremely durable polypropylene trapezoid cabinet with large handles, a full length metal grille, and multiple M10 rigging points, TRUESONIC speakers are road-proof, lightweight and ready to install in virtually any venue. Onboard connections include 2 XLR / TRS combo jacks with independent volume controls, and a contour switch for delivering the ideal EQ boost when playing pre-recorded music.

Alto Professional Zephyr ZMX

Alto Professional’s ZEPHYR ZMX Series of compact mixers feature common-sense designs, high quality components, and a versatile array of features for users of live sound gear.

Guitar Center stores will be offering the compact ZMX52 5-channel mixer, ZMX862 6-channel mixer and ZMX122FX 8-channel mixer. Each mixer offers top-facing input and outputs, bright color-coded pots, isolated low-noise microphone preamps, and 2-bus operation. The ZMX122FX features onboard Alesis DSP technology with a total of 256 effect variations. ZEPHYR ZMX mixers are perfect for any practice space, music venue, or speaking venue and deliver a low-noise, clear signal every time.

“With Guitar Center, musicians and sound engineers now have a very convenient and highly-regarded venue to experience and purchase Alto Professional live sound equipment”, said Jay Schlabs, Alto Professional Executive Director. “The combination of technology, design and value we’re offering is going to turn a lot of heads.”

More information: Alto Professional / Truesonic / Zephyr