DSP Boosts Asian Presence

DSP Boosts Asian Presence
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Los Angeles-based DSP Media continues its global expansion with the opening of an office in Japan and the appointment of a new distributor in India.
Located in downtown Tokyo, the DSP Japan office includes a full-service surroundsound demo room built around a DSP Media Postation.
Running the new operation is Satoshi Yanase, with Hiromi Kosuga taking care of customer support. Yanase and Kosuga were both previously with Timelord, the former DSP Media distributor in Japan.
DSP Media also announced the appointment of Mumbai-based Daxco Audio, headed by Xavier Edward, as its new distributor for India.
For more information, visit www.dspmedia.com

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