Alachua, Floridaâ€“â€“Sabine Inc. has named Thorvin Electronics Inc. as exclusive Canadian distributor for their professional audio, microphone and wireless systems products effective August 1, 2009.
Thorvin Electronics will be handling all sales, marketing, service and support for Canada with Sabine products being displayed at the PAL Show, August 23-24, at the International Centre in Toronto, Booth 4816.
â€œWe have been following the Sabine products for a very long time. Their technology has changed the way we look at audio design in the systems integration market. We look forward to developing an even better brand reputation here in Canada,â€? stated Wilf Langevin, president of Thorvin Electronics Inc.
â€œWith their professionalism and 35 years experience, I have no doubt that Thorvin Electronics will bring a new level of support to Sabine technologies as well as our Canadian clientele,â€? added Doran Oster founder, CEO
and president of Sabine Inc.
For more information about Sabine, please call 386.418.2000 or click to www.sabine.com.
Photo Caption (from left to right): Rob Brown (Sales Manager, Thorvin) Jean-Marc Langevin (Vice President, Thorvin) Joe Nguyen (Director of Sales, Sabine) and Wilf Langevin (President, Thorvin).
About Sabine: Since 1986, Sabine has redefined the musical instrument and professional audio industries with the creation of the first digital guitar tuner, followed by the first automatic feedback controller in 1991. Today Sabine Inc. offers a full line of tuners, metronomes and tuner/metronome combinations for the music industry. In addition, they also provide a full line of Digital Signal Processor and wired and wireless microphone systems for the live sound and audiovisual industries.
About Thorvin: Since 1974,Thorvin Electronics has been distributing quality audio electronics, products, and systems to Canadian communications dealers. With the added products in video and digital signage to better serve their client base, today Thorvin Electronics has become a full provider of audiovisual equipment to the systems integration market. Thorvin Electronics has also been providing language and multimedia laboratories to Canadian educational institutions across the country.