May 02, 2011 by John Brillon
Pacific Cabling Solutions (PCS), a Canadian-owned specialty distributor of cabling and connectivity products for the custom A/V market, has been appointed Canadian distributor for Aeria Sound Environments’ line of invisible speakers.
Based in Duncan, BC, Aeria Sound Environments speakers employ Accoucentric Sound technology, which is based on a technology once used in the U.S. military that has been modified to allow frequency waves to be sent across a larger surface. The speakers can be placed within a wall or ceiling, and are designed to work within a variety of different surface types, from drywall, plywood, and wood paneling; to fiberglass, glass, and plastic.
“I am very pleased with Pacific Cabling Solutions becoming the Canadian distributor of our innovative product, and what they are able to offer Aeria and our dealers across Canada, in terms of sales and superior service,” says Jeff Stewart, General Manager, Aeria Sound. “In my opinion, they will be a great addition to our team!”
“PCS Cabling Solutions is very excited about distributing Aeria Speakers for Canada,” adds PCS’ Rick Ganga. “We feel that the market is continuing to grow in the custom installation category, and the strong presence that PCS already has along with our new partner Aeria will only enhance our overall appeal to dealers throughout Canada.”
For more information, visit http://www.pacificcabling.com or http://www.aeria.ca.
Aeria Sound Environments
921 G Canada Avenue
Duncan, British Columbia, V9L 1V2, Canada
Phone: 1-855-90 AERIA
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