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Electrosonic Restructures Products Division

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BURBANK, CA—Electrosonic has made major changes to its Products Division, which now operates as a fully separate entity from Electrosonic’s AV Systems Integration business. The Products Division is actively seeking resellers for its product line and has just launched a new products-only website.

To best serve the market, Electrosonic’s Products Division is now a wholly separate division from Electrosonic Solutions (the Systems Integration and Service businesses). Electrosonic Products Division has its own engineers, managers, sales force, and technical support staff.

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