SAM Lab Events This Week In Welly

September 19, 2016
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A CHANCE FOR WELLINGTONIANS TO GIVE THEIR SPEAKERS SOME DEVIALET SAM LAB LOVE

 

devialet_event_20150713-1_theaudioconsultantDEVIALET WILL BE running two SAM Lab events in Wellington this  Wednesday, September 21.

These events are open to anyone who would like to bring their speakers or speaker to be run through the SAM program by a Devialet engineer.
Customers can check here if their speaker has already been through this process, which takes roughly 15 minutes.
This link also shows the process.  also to a youtube clip showing the process.
It is important than anyone wanting to bring a speaker RSVPs to either of the two contacts listed below.
The two sessions are:
12-2pm at Audio IQ 22 Wigan St Wellington – Contact Andrew 04-801-5557
 
5-8pm at Soundline Audio 147 Thorndon Quay, Wellington – Contact Darrin 04-471-0542

 

 

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