Adamson Systems Engineering and its Vietnamese distributor, Van Lam Audio Equipment, have welcomed Ho Chi Minh City’s Van Nghe Music Center as Vietnam’s first E-Series partner.
Following the delivery of Adamson’s globally standardized Applied Certification training for Van Nghe Music Center’s technicians, the company will demo its new system at Ho Chi Minh City’s “Demo ProSound in Vietnam 2018” trade show from 22-23 March 2018.
“I had an opportunity to hear several products from Adamson’s E-Series and S-Series at an intimate demo in Hamburg last year, and was immediately impressed by the audio quality. I knew right there that we’d found the high-end system we’d been looking for that will help scale our company to the next level,” said Hieu Van Nghe, the owner and namesake of Van Nghe Music Center. “The support we’ve received from Van Lam, Sonos Libra in Thailand, and Adamson has been world class. We’re very confident in our decision and look forward to putting the system to work on larger events.”
The company’s new Adamson system is comprised of 24 Adamson Systems Engineering E12 three-way, full range line array cabinets with 6 E219 and 8 E119 complementary subwoofers.
Van Nghe Music Center is one of Vietnam’s longest running pro audio, lighting, video, and staging rental houses. Additionally, the company operates a successful musical equipment retail store in Ho Chi Minh City.
“The new system is key to our plan for continued growth and will enable us to attract new business from larger and higher-profile tours, festivals, and events,” added Hieu Van Nghe.
“We’re very happy to welcome Van Nghe Music Center as our first E-Series partner and newest member of the elite Adamson Network,” commented Nguyen Duc Cuong, Owner of Van Lam Audio Equipment.
He continued: “Our pro audio market in Vietnam has been advancing in recent years, and Van Nghe Music Center is a major part of that trend. We’re excited about the response we’ve had to the Adamson brand and look forward to working closely with Van Nghe Music Center to further Adamson’s presence on large-scale and mission-critical applications going forward.”