Reaching its 31st edition, the prestigious award has been acknowledged by EISA, European Imaging and Sound Association.
OEM system integration, extremely compact size, expandability: these were the goals successfully achieved with the whole Audison Prima line of which AP8.9 bit is the centrepiece.
Thanks to its nine-channel built-in processor, its management intuitive computer software, the complete customizable setup of the eight amplified channels and the presets stored for the most common setups are the technological innovations for OEM Integration acknowledged by the EISA Jury who motivated their choice as follows:
« This powerful integration processor blends perfectly into the OEM system of virtually any car, compensating for their OEM sound system settings and providing all kinds of necessary correction for the nine independent channels. Eight channels of built‐in amplification can be internally routed and bridged to be grouped and adjusted according to the user’s needs or the system layout. The AP8.9 bit is supplied with proven pre‐sets for typical speaker set‐ups but the parameters are fully customizable to suit individual tastes, and users can share their own personalized settings with others online. This is a compact and extremely flexible device that can make a world of difference to the quality of sound produced by almost any in‐car system.»
EISA (European Imaging and Sound Association) is an association representing 50 specialised magazines from over 20 European countries and assigning year by year prestigious awards for different categories.
The prize-giving ceremony will take place in Berlin on September 5th at the Kempinski Bristol Hotel; notable personalities and experts coming from al lover the world will attend it, including a delegation from Elettromedia. All the photos of this event will be published on the Elettromedia Photo Gallery.
EISA web site