In addition to the printed version, the new HHB Catalogue is also available in a searchable format on the HHB website, which has recently been enhanced to facilitate more efficient navigation.
Chapters covering core equipment including Amplifiers, Microphones, Mixing Consoles, Loudspeakers and Processors continue to feature HHB’s selection of the best products available for a variety of applications and at a range of price points, while chapters including Computer Audio Hardware and Software, Video Production and Multi-Channel Audio play a particularly important role in comparing the features and functionality of new products available in these particularly dynamic sectors.
“Of particular importance is the fact that the products featured in The Catalogue are carefully selected by our sales and technical service teams, many of whom are themselves experienced audio professionals,” comments HHB Sales Director Steve Angel. “The majority of our customers are simply too busy to wade through endless product specifications and appreciate the availability of what is essentially a pre-qualified, albeit comprehensive list. And by publishing The Catalogue in both printed and on-line versions, we can deliver this information to our customers in the format that’s most convenient for them.”
Customers wishing to ensure they receive a free copy of The Catalogue by mail are recommended to register on-line at the HHB website, or to call the HHB sales team on 020 8962 5000. The on-line version of The Catalogue can be accessed at the HHB website.
Founded in 1976, HHB Communications is Europe’s leading supplier of professional audio equipment to the broadcast sector, post production facilities, recording studios, film and TV sound recordists, and industrial and education establishments. HHB has also established an international reputation as a manufacturer of innovative professional audio technology and recording media, distributed by partner companies in more than 40 countries and relied upon daily by audio professionals around the world. Through its specialist division Scrub, based in London’s Soho, HHB serves the equipment needs of the film and TV post-production community while another specialist division, Source, operates as the exclusive UK distributor for many of the world’s leading manufacturers of audio recording products, supplying the UK market via a network of specialist retailers.