Clair Brothers partners with Bary AS
Thursday, 2 May 2019
terjehvambarynorwayTerje Hvam with the new delivery
Norway - Clair Brothers has partnered with Bary AS, one of Norway’s largest suppliers of technical solutions and equipment for concerts, festivals, events and other productions.
Bary has reportedly ordered an extensive list of Clair Brothers equipment for demo and sales purposes, including a selection of 1AM stage monitors, 1.5AM stage monitors, 10SPOT hybrid speakers, CB-PLM12K44 amps, CB-PLM5K44 amps, kiT-Sub-Mini+s, kiT-Sub+s, CS218-M mobile subs, kiTCurve12s, kiT12s, 8CX-P-100 point source speakers, 5CX-P-70 point source speakers, and a various support products like road cases, rigging equipment, dollies, coupling links, soft covers and more.
Morten Bakke, director of business development at Bary AS, comments: “We got everything delivered a couple of weeks ago and have already confirmed three different installations with the 10SPOT and kiT-Subs - a total of approximately 60 speakers. What an awesome start to a long relationship with this historic American brand.”
The purchase comes after Fetsund-based technology supplier had attended a Clair Brothers product demo in late 2018, courtesy of the US manufacturer’s Durch distributor, Audio Specialists. “We couldn’t wait to hear these amazing products for ourselves,” explains Bakke. “Through our years of experience, we know what to look for and we can easily spot the differences in comparative product quality and durability. So right away, we could hear what the world has been hearing for decades - the goose bump raising clarity and power of Clair Brothers speakers. We’re also very impressed with how much low-end and clarity they’ve been able to achieve in these boxes.”
Josh Sadd, Clair Brothers chief engineer, adds: “I flew over to the Netherlands to meet the guys from Bary and to help them understand our company’s product line offering. I could tell they were being very deliberate and studious about their approach which is always good. I knew they were fully convinced when I saw the look on their faces hearing our 1.5AM stage monitors.”
(Jim Evans)

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