Waterfall Audio Receives Awards at CEDIA USA

Waterfall Audio finalist in CE Pro Best Awards and Receives Custom Retailer Excite Award.

Carcès, France -September 18, 2009 -Waterfall Audio known globally for their unique glass loudspeakers has been honored with two outstanding awards this month from two of the consumer electronics industries leading trade publications.


Victoria Evo was chosen as a finalist in CE Pro magazines inaugural BEST (Best Electronic Systems Technologies) competition at CEDIA Expo. More than 200 products were entered into the competition which recognizes the most noteworthy new products and technologies of 2009.

The stunning Niagara loudspeaker, the flagship of the fleet, also received high honors and accolades from Custom Retailer magazine who awarded the product an EXCITE Award for its outstanding design, engineering, and innovation.

Waterfall Audio enjoyed a successful CEDIA Show meeting with new dealers and sales reps who are aggressively seeking new retailers to showcase the product line in their stores throughout the U.S. Nadine Dewell, Export Manager for Waterfall Audio said, "We are thrilled to see our hard work recognized and rewarded as it encourages us to continue creating innovative new designs for the future."


About Waterfall Audio
Founded in 1996 and headquartered in Carcès, France, Waterfall Audio has become a brand prominent throughout Europe and Asia for its unique handcrafted glass loudspeakers, which have won numerous international awards. With distribution in over 30 countries, the company officially entered the U.S. in May of 2009. The brand is distributed throughout the U.S. by AVR Distributing of Marietta, GA. Interested dealers can contact Dwight Renzema at 864 -569 -0184 / Dwight@waterfallaudiousa.com.

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