Auralex Increases Operations With New Headquarters

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Indianapolis - Sep 7, 2011 - Auralex Acoustics has opened its new 25,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Indianapolis. Eric Smith, founder and president of Auralex Acoustics says the space allows for greater operational capacity, which translates into greater opportunities to provide better service to its customers.

The new space, located only a few miles from the previous location, offers an improved office layout that promotes a quieter and more personal workspace. The new location also features a larger warehouse space, allowing Auralex to store more products. The updated layout also promotes a quicker turnaround time, resulting in products getting out the door sooner. The new location will have a full testing room on-site.

new Auralex headquarters

One of the main benefits of the new facility is the potential for updated demo rooms. The building boosts the space to host extensive demo rooms to showcase Auralex products in real-world situations, including a space intended to become an elite home theater. The new facility can also accommodate a full music recording studio, which will include a control room, and a combination live/tracking room.

The new address is:
9955 Westpoint Dr., Ste. 101
Indianapolis, IN 46256

The company's phone numbers remain the same.

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