ANAHEIM, Calif. (January 24, 2018)— Yamaha Commercial Audio products will exhibit in the ACC North Hall for the first time at NAMM 2019. The booth will feature RIVAGE PM Digital Audio Consoles, the brand’s superior Dante integration and wireless microphone control on the company’s world-renowned CL and QL digital audio consoles, the latest NEXO speaker systems, Commercial Installation Solutions (CIS) product, L2 switches and networking applications.
“Yamaha Professional Audio looks to offer our customers even more elegant integrated solutions this year,” states Alan Macpherson, general manager. “The theme is “Creating Perfect Systems” and this will serve as an aspirational goal for the Yamaha team to exceed our customers’ pro audio system needs in terms of operability, network connectivity, system control and of course our legendary sound quality, reliability and support. We want our professional customers to feel complete confidence creating a system with our products.”
Yamaha Corporation of America has long maintained a very significant presence at the NAMM show in Anaheim with its professional audio products and with NAMM’s recent partnership with AES, the Show has now become an even larger force in the commercial audio market. Yamaha pro audio solutions power many of NAMM’s events again this year, including the Night of Worship, the TEC Awards, the music showcase in the lobby of the Marriott hotel and finally, the huge outdoor NAMM Yamaha Grand Plaza Stage.
The 2019 Winter NAMM Show will also mark the show’s debut of the Yamaha DZR Dante speaker line, new Dante enabled L2 switches, and the brand new NEXO GEO M12 speaker system.
The Yamaha Entertainment Group’s big concert experience is open to all NAMM attendees this year and will be held on the Grand Plaza will once again, showcasing RIVAGE PM Digital Audio Consoles as well as NEXO line arrays.
For more information on Yamaha Commercial Audio products, visit Booth #17819 in the Pro Audio Hall or on the web at www.yamahaproaudio.com. The division is participating in AES@NAMM. Check hall for details.