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    A&H, Digico and Calrec all owned by Electra Partners.

    Where does the D-Live fit in to the overall Live market.
    I was told at NAMM that I could get the same functionality
    as a Digico for substantially less money with the D-Live.
    Where do the brands cross over so-to-speak?

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    No answer on this?

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    Mike Storm

    “We have bold plans for the group but it is imperative that each company maintains its own independence and style,” said Gordon. “None of these brands needs to trade off each other’s technology or reputation.”

    “These are three great companies and all the brands currently in the group have enviable reputations for technology, audio quality, reliability and perhaps, most importantly, customer focus and care. The strategy is to share technology and resource across the group and allow some interconnectivity across the product lines.”

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    What I’ve heard from Digico people, there is coming some interface between A&H and their stuff. No details provided. Someone can tell more?


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