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Published on July 7th, 2021 | by The GC Team


Optimal Audio announces Open Day demonstrations

Optimal Audio, the new commercial audio brand introduced to the market by Focusrite Group earlier this year to offer a one-stop solution for control, amplification and loudspeakers for small to medium sized commercial installations, has announced its inaugural Open Day.

The event will be held at the company’s UK HQ in High Wycombe on Thursday September 9th, giving attendees the opportunity to enjoy demonstrations of the brand’s controller, amplifier and loudspeaker offering and see first-hand how it works seamlessly to deliver simple to install, high quality sound systems that are easily operated by anyone, not just engineers.  

There will be three sessions in the day, held at 09:30, 12:30 and 15:30, and each will be capped at 40 visitors, allocated on a first come first served basis.

A supplementary ‘waiting room’ registration will be in place, which can be utilised should a registered visitor be unable to attend.

In order to ensure a safe experience for staff and visitors, certain other protocols will be in place in respect of the ongoing Coronavirus situation, the company said.

Interested parties may register HERE

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