Price Reductions on Trinnov AV Processors
Trinnov's now exclusive Australian distributor, Krix, has wasted no time ramping up its business with revised pricing across most of the Trinnov range.
According to Krix, the pricing overhaul ensures that local pricing is consistent with international pricing, with reductions in the recommended retail pricing across most processors, amplifiers, and accessories.
The Altitude16 processor drops from $25,999 to $23,995 RRP, while the 32-channel version of the Altitude32 has been revised from $54,999 to $48,995 RRP.
Don MacKenzie, National Consumer Sales Manager for Krix, told StereoNET:
Along with the revisions to pricing, we've also hired a full-time product specialist to join our existing team of engineers and designers. We're pleased to be able to offer an even higher level of support to our existing dealer network and we're confident in surpassing the expectations of Trinnov dealers who haven't dealt with us before.
It is understood that Krix has now appointed a product specialist, but has not yet revealed who that person is.
The Trinnov range has great synergy with our design principles – the Optimizer technology allows integrators to correct room issues and optimise in the digital space… things that cannot be done with speakers in the analogue realm.
Since its release in 2014, Trinnov's Altitude platform has redefined the high-end home cinema industry. With over 7000 Trinnov installations worldwide across all markets, its processors have set a cinema AV processing benchmark.
The first Altitude units sold have remained compatible with all later firmware releases, thanks to Trinnov's unique software-based architecture. The platform ensures end-users will receive the latest enhancements in audio codecs and functionality before any DSP chip-based processors, including codecs such as DTS:X Pro that has been enjoyed by Trinnov users for over a year now.