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Indy Audio Labs partners with High Note Sales to represent Florida

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Indianapolis, IN – November 1, 2017 – Indy Audio Labs, owner of high-performance audio brands Acurus and Aragon, and market leader in immersive home cinema processing and amplification announce High Note Sales as its new manufacturer’s representative in the state of Florida. High Note Sales, based out of Boca Raton, is a leading consulting firm and manufacturer’s representative for Florida. Their staff has a combined experience of over 125 years in the industry. High Note specializes in bringing the finest AV components to their customers and helping educate them with their extensive knowledge and experience.

Bob Lewis, managing partner of High Note Sales says, “High Note Sales is looking forward to partnering with Indy Audio Labs, manufacturers of Acurus and Aragon electronics -- names that have been synonymous with high performance products for many years. Indy Audio Labs has re-engineered these brands, steeped in a history of performance and build quality and built in additional processing and advanced engineering. Aragon and Acurus expand the capabilities of audio electronics and immersive technologies for home theater and do so at the best cost-to-performance ratio available. The best part is they are exclusively and entirely built in the USA. Their processors feature all inputs with true 4K, auto format sensing and selection, and are designed with full software upgradeability for many years to come.”

Indy Audio Labs’ superior engineering is reflected in the highly-rated Acurus and Aragon brands of immersive processors, pre-amplifiers, and amplifiers. IAL re-engineered the brands, combining the best attributes of the original Mondial products with new technologies, to elevate them to unparalleled value, performance, and durability. IAL’s popular ACT 4 pre-amplifier features HDMI 2.0b HDR support and is the only authentically USA-engineered and manufactured high-performance, multi-format immersive surround processor on the market.

According to Rick Santiago, Indy Audio Labs’ CEO, “Partnering with High Note Sales marks the beginning of IAL’s US sales expansion in the critically important Florida market. High Note Sales has deep experience in helping spec and support state-of-the art immersive cinemas along with 2-channel listening systems and distributed audio installations. Their product and project support experience is second to none. We can now provide the level of sales support needed to serve customers at a very high level with our line of Acurus and Aragon solutions. We are truly excited to expand our efforts in Florida through High Note Sales.”

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about Indy Audio Labs:Indy Audio Labs is an international leader in audio electronics design and manufacturing and is owner of the revered high-performance brands Aragon and Acurus. Indy Audio Labs’ headquarters are in Indianapolis, Indiana and sells its products in both the USA and internationally.

contact: Deirdre Moore, Director of Marketing & Communications

phone: 317-504-4549
deirdre.moore@indyaudiolabs.com

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