Founded in London in 1926 and now part of the Music Tribe group of brands, Tannoy is a British manufacturer of loudspeakers and public address systems. Many artists and audiophiles have relied on Tannoy’s high quality studio monitors to authentically reproduce music exactly the way it was recorded.
Owned by GN Audio and founded in 1983, Jabra is a Danish brand with a serious passion for sound, with the goal of helping you hear what you want to hear. They specialize in audio, and more recently, video conference systems.
A global leader and innovator in active acoustics, self-powered loudspeaker systems, spatial sound mixing, sound system design and prediction, Meyer Sound was founded in 1979 by John and Helen Meyer. It was the first company to introduce dedicated loudspeaker processors, source independent measurement, large-scale self-powered loudspeakers, and cardioid subwoofers, among other innovations.
Established in 1964 in the US, Bose is renowned for their superior-quality audio equipment, including headphones, speakers, soundbars, earbuds and more. Their Pro Audio division also creates incredible audio experiences for crystal-clear meetings, conferences, and live events.
The Bosch Group is a leading global supplier of technology and services and simultaneous translation systems. They also have expertise in sensor technology, software, and services, as well as their own IoT cloud, offering a connected, cross-domain solutions from a single source.
Established in 1998 in Finland, Amphion creates speakers with advanced acoustic design, enabling consistent audio in all acoustic environments. With the entertainment industry moving on from the standard “music video”, the industry is seeking to maximize the potential of digital technologies. As part of these initiatives, Vega has integrated Amphion speakers into our Dolby Atmos (a revolutionary spatial audio technology for the most immersive sound experience) capable Virtual Production Studio at the Hilton, Tokyo.
Allen & Heath manufactures high quality audio mixing consoles. They were a big part of the insurgence of British console makers in London in the late 1960s, and continue to create consoles with amazing preamps. Vega utilizes Allen & Heath in our virtual production studios.
An innovative technology company, Audio-Technica was founded in 1962 by Hideo Matsushita, who was frustrated that people could not experience vinyl records in high-fidelity audio because of the high costs. Because of their passion for audio and listening, they have designed extremely high quality headphones, turntables, and microphones. They interestingly also make a number of other devices, including automatic sushi-making machines!
A complete For The record (FTR) Managed Solution provides reliable, efficient and timely access to court records, when and how stakeholders need them. For The Record partners with courts worldwide to capture, store, produce and deliver court recordings and court transcripts – while providing timely and secure on-line access, on-demand to judicial officers, attorneys, parties and court reporters.
Using Yamaha’s superior audio systems and technology, Revolabs has all of the audio conferencing solutions a business needs to communicate more clearly and collaborate more effectively. Ideal for large conference rooms, smaller huddle rooms, or even a home office, a new audio conferencing set-up from Revolabs is as adapatable and responsive as a business needs it to be.
Clear-Com has been providing professional real-time communication solutions and services since 1968. Clear-Com’s market-proven technologies connect teams through wired and wireless for clients in broadcasting, live performance, live events, sports, the military, the aerospace industry and government.
Williams AV is on the leading-edge of Bluetooth, Digital and Wi-Fi technologies. Williams Sound continues to invest and develop innovative FM, Infrared and induction loop solutions. From their flagship Pocketalker personal listening systems to AI-powered captioning and translation solutions, Williams AV continues to revolutionise the world of assistive listening.
Established in 1987, Ampetronic design, manufacture and promote a full range of induction loop/hearing loop systems and assistive listening technologies. Ampetronic are passionate advocates for technology solutions that improve the lives of those with hearing loss.
Established more than 100 years ago in 1887 as a piano and organ manufacturer, Yamaha is well known for their high quality, enterprise-grade microphone systems, speakers, conference phones, and video sound boards. Vega works with Yamaha’s pro audio division to deliver professional audio solutions for our enterprise and event related clients.
Established in 1925 in the US, Shure has been at the forefront of innovative audio products for a long time. Shure has a reputation for great microphones that are reliable, with superior sound quality.
Used in a variety of settings, Shure makes microphones, headphones, and conferencing equipment that enable you to deliver a high quality sound experience to your customers or audience.
Vega works closely with Shure, both for events and in a corporate setting. Their ground-breaking MXA910 ceiling microphones are extensively used by our clients to provide multiple “virtual” or live Ceiling Array Microphones positioned over an imported room layout diagram.
Televic develops, manufactures and installs top end high-tech communication systems for specific niche markets. Televic have four separate divisions to provide greater focus: Televic Rail; Televic Healthcare; Televic Conference and Televic Communication.
Founded in Germany in 1945, Sennheiser is an audio company that specializes in the design and production of a wide range of high fidelity products (i.e. enabling the reproduction of sound with little distortion and faithful to the original sound). They are well known for being a world leader in microphones and headphones for professional and business applications.
Founded in 1947 in Austria, and the creator of the famous D12 microphone in 1953, AKG helped to set the standard for voice transmissions. One of the best known condenser microphones ever made, the AKG C414, with nine polar patterns and multiple high-pass filters, can help you record just about anything with industry-leading sound quality.
As part of Harman International, Crown produces innovative designs for the sound market. This includes the DCi series of amplifiers, which, with their one tiny chip that replaces over 500 parts, are amongst the most reliable and innovative amplifiers available.
Since starting business in 1973, Soundcraft has become an industry leader in digital and analogue consoles for Tours, Theatres, Houses of Worship, Performance Venues and Recording applications. Soundcraft has always been at the forefront of innovation, all designed to make a sound engineer’s job and learning, easier.
Biamp enables you to facilitate and manage communication across your organization by delivering high-quality audio in a variety of spaces, including meeting rooms, public spaces, and large venues. Vega often works with Biamp to deliver Acoustic Echo Cancellation (AEC) solutions via their Tesira Forte product line.
Founded in 1968, QSC manufactures leading audio products and are well known for their digital signal processors (including the Q-Sys networked audio). Vega works closely with QSC to integrate their Audio DSPs and ceiling speakers.
BSS Harman carries a lot of world renowned brands, including BSS Audio and Crown. Their audio signal processing equipment is used widely in live sound and fixed installation
applications. BSS Audio, first known as “Brooke Siren Systems”, was founded in the UK by Chas Brooke and Stan Gould. They grew into a world class manufacturer of audio signal processing equipment. They were acquired by Harman Professional and still make high quality digital and analogue audio signal processing products.
The Crown power amplifiers provide the ultimate in system performance and protection by allowing full control over threshold, attack, and release.