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May 5

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Dynamics processing specialist Jünger Audio has appointed the Salzbrenner Stagetec Media Group as is exclusive distributor for Malaysia, with responsibility for handling its entire product range including its ground-breaking LEVEL MAGIC™ automated audio loudness control system for production and broadcast.

Salzbrenner Stagetec Media Group is a dynamic consortium of several corporations that provide a multitude of products and services. These include the design, integration, and distribution of professional audio, video, and intercom technology as well as outdoor TV productions.

Headquartered in Germany, the company also has distribution and service branches in Europe, the Far East and the US. Jünger Audio’s Malaysian distribution business will be handled from the Satzbrenner Stagetec Media Group offices in Kuala Lumpur.

The new distribution arrangement was announced at the NAB Convention in Las Vegas in April. Kim Poh Tan, head of Jünger Audio Asia, says: “We have chosen to work with Salzbrenner Stagetec in Malaysia because its existing product lines are entirely complimentary to our own. David Chan, who manages the Kuala Lumpur office, has excellent contacts in the territory and a thorough understanding of the needs of this particular market. David and I have worked successfully together before and I am looking forward to renewing our business relationship.”

David Chan adds: “There is great synergy between Jünger Audio’s products and those of the Satzbrenner Stagetec Media Group and this is something I feel we can use to the benefit of all our customers. Loudness is a major issue for broadcasters and one they have been looking to solve for many years. Jünger Audio’s LEVEL MAGIC™ system is entirely suitable for our customers and will give them the kim-poh-tan-and-david-chan.jpgtools they need to solve this issue in an easy and cost-effective way.”

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