XTA and MC2 in AVL Projekt
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AVL Projekt the official distributor for XTA and MC2 from the UK

Two weeks ago, AVL Projekt officially became an authorized distributor for the two companies from Britain, XTA and MC2. The distributorship is the result of negotiations with these companies, successfully completed in April this year at Prolight + Sound 2016 in Frankfurt

The distributorship covers the territories not only of Serbia, but also Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Macedonia and Albania.  

The two interrelated companies recorded the first and modest beginnings in 1992, when XTA was founded. Initially, the business could fit into a space the size of a warehouse of spare parts. By the time it grew into a business located in an area of ​​several thousand square meters.


XTA started work producing mic splitters that exist today. In addition, they deal with the design and manufacture of audio processors for loudspeaker systems for which we can freely say that they belong to a group of processors whose quality ranks them among the best in the world. There is also a product of the new generation such as the Audio Matrix DC 1048, to be used in installations, characterized by a distinctive XTA quality. APA Series amps is just another product in a series of top-quality products intended for sound industry.


MC2 is a partner in the business with the XTA, which they proudly point out. They produce the installation and touring amplifiers and amplifiers dedicated to studio monitoring. Regardless of the series and type of use, all of them are characterized by reliability and high quality of sound produced. Therefore, the largest number of MC2 products are delivered with a five-year warranty.


The professional team  of AVL Projekt believes that thanks to the new distributorships the level of its services will be raised to a higher level via the quality, reliability and functionality XTA and MC2 products.

In time to come, we will publish stories about the products as well as projects in which the products of the two companies find their place.

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