Hicksville, NY––ADAM Audio USA is pleased to announce that it has named Michael Prager as Director of U.S. Sales. In this new capacity, Michael will be responsible for all sales activity including direct accounts and sales representatives, as well as overseeing the marketing for ADAM’s Professional line.
A respected industry expert, Prager has been professionally involved with music and recording technology for over fifteen years, most recently for seven years as Recording Buyer at Guitar Center.
Prior to Guitar Center, Michael worked with leading brands such as Cakewalk, Steinberg, Disney Interactive, Spectrasonics, Q Up Arts and Sony Classical, as well as the Columbia College of Hollywood, CA and Keyboard Magazine. He has also authored several popular books and CDs on recording software and hardware for Cengage Learning.
Commenting on Prager’s appointment, ADAM Audio USA President Roger Fortier said, “We are proud to have Michael Prager on board as the head of our U.S. sales team. He comes to us with extensive and varied experience in the market that will enable us to grow to new levels in the future. Michael’s insights, energy and exceptional focus have been evident from his first day, and we look forward to building the brand with him for many years to come.”
For more information about ADAM Audio USA, please call 516.681.0690, or click to www.adam-audio.com
About ADAM Audio
ADAM Audio is a leading manufacturer of loudspeakers for Professional Audio and the HIFI market. Founded in 1999 in Berlin, Germany, the company‘s loudspeakers have set the highest standards around the world for accurate monitoring and natural sound reproduction. ADAM’s widely varied product lines include everything from professional studio monitors (SX, AX, and F series), to Multimedia and Home Theater/Installation loudspeakers (ARTist and GTC range), to high-end home entertainment models (Classic and Tensor series). The trademark all ADAM models have in common is the proprietary X-ART tweeter. Handmade in Berlin, Germany, it performs with a nearly flat frequency response extending up to 50 kHz.