Trinnov Audio Announces B&W Group as New Distributor for its Home Cinema Product Range in France and Monaco
Trinnov Audio, the French Loudspeaker/Room optimization and 3D sound expert announces that B&W Group France will distribute its range of ...
Trinnov Audio, the French Loudspeaker/Room optimization and 3D sound expert announces that B&W Group France will distribute its range of home cinema processors, in France and Monaco. The company B&W Group France, established in 2000, is a distributor with high valued added technological products for installers and A/V dealers.
“We already offer a wide choice of audio & video solutions dedicated to home cinema and Trinnov Audio processors will complement the top end of our portfolio and optimally serve the needs of new immersive sound formats” explained Lionel Nunney, Managing Director of B&W Group France. “Trinnov Audio confirms its leading position on this segment thanks to proven technologies and an extremely relevant solution to anticipate 3D Sound new problematic”, added Lionel Nunney.
A special event held in the headquarters of B&W Group France on October 22nd launched this partnership. Permanent demonstrations will then be carried out to discover new immersive sound formats in the “Experience center” of the group, located on the Saône riverside, in Lyon. The home cinema newly renovated includes 8 extra speakers and 2 additional subwoofers, laid out according to Trinnov Audio’s recommendations in a 9.4.6 configuration specified for optimal tridimensional sound reproduction, regardless of formats.
"We are proud to team with B&W Group France for the distribution of our home cinema processors in France. The group does not only benefit from the excellent reputation of its own brands but also from a set of comprehensive integration solutions thanks to a group of complementary key products, all supported by a very strong technical expertise" said Arnaud Laborie, Trinnov Audio’s CEO. “B&W Group France was a clear choice to establish Trinnov as a reference in luxury home cinema at a time where 3D sound suddenly changes well-established habits.”