Outline Srl has announced the expansion of its home offices with the formation of Outline US. Newly created, owned and operated by Jeffrey Cox and Jason Farah, Outline US is the sole representative of Outline Srl in the United States and Caribbean.
The announcement established a note-worthy alliance between Outline Srl in Italy and renowned audio specialist Jeffrey Cox and Jason Farah, an audio authority with more than a decade of hands-on implementation of Outline systems.
“We insisted upon creating an operation in the US that had direct connection to the mothership in Brescia, Italy,” explained Farah. “When you are working with us in the States, you’re aligned with the factory, man/woman brainpower, technical resources and support of the worldwide Outline organization.”
“We are taking a similar approach that Cox Audio Engineering utilized in 1993 when introducing L-Acoustics in the US,” added Cox. “Direct, focused attention caused the spectacular presence, acceptance and growth of that company and I’m confident we’ll have similar results with Outline as we put the company’s extremely innovative technologies and products forward in the US.”
With access to an extensive inventory of Outline products, Outline US is capable of providing product demonstrations, performances and alternative product side-by-side presentations. “We are already fielding some long-standing inquires and requests emanating from the States,” said Farah. Outline US is based in Winston-Salem, North Carolina and Taos, New Mexico. Cox noted that a presence in 2 quadrants of the US allows for more rapid deployment while also accommodating multiple time zones.
Farah concluded: “Outline is launching a new product that will turn the electronic processor market upside down. Newton redefines the ‘gold standard’ in modern audio processing and represents another quantum leap forward from Outline. It’s been battle-tested in several large-scale events and scoured by several renowned rental companies. That’s all we’re revealing right now, but we are extremely excited to bring this technology to the States.”