TAD Labs names Professional Audio Design exclusive distributor for US and Canada

posted on Tuesday, 26th October 2021 by Steve May

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Japanese high-end audio manufacturer Technical Audio Devices Laboratories (TADL) has appointed Professional Audio Design (PAD) as the exclusive distributor of TAD products in the United States and Canada.

Based in Hanover, MA, PAD has been a key provider of professional audio products and services for nearly three decades, offering a wide range of speaker products using TAD professional components.

TADL says the appointment of PAD will strengthen the supply chain by enabling local stock of TAD Professional audio products, speaker components and replacement parts for improved delivery in the US and Canada, as well as enhance customer service.

PAD President, Dave Malekpour said: “We are thrilled to be working with TADL. Our aim is to develop a carefully selected dealer roster for TAD Hi-Fi products in the US and Canada, breathing new life into their product lines, including bringing new models such as the new Evolution Two Series TAD-E2. We will also be developing a consistent delivery schedule for raw TAD components to the professional market, working closely with dealers, consumers and OEM manufacturers to give feedback to TADL for new product development.”

PAD (with Distro Pro Audio) will be exhibiting the TAD range of products, including the TAD Compact Reference One CR1TX, Evolution-1TX and Micro Evolution ME-1tx at the upcoming Capital Audio Fest in Washington DC November 5-8 and New York Audio Show, December 3-4.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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