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RTW Starts Trade-In Program
COLOGNE—RTW, visual audio meter and monitoring device manufacturer, has launched a new trade-in program. Customers will have the opportunity to exchange their existing inventory of legacy RTW devices for new products that provide loudness metering in compliance with worldwide standards.
Through October 31, customers can return any number of functioning devices from the RTW Peakmeter, PortaMonitor, DigitalMonitor or SurroundMonitor ranges and purchase the same amount of new devices in any configuration at a discount of 10 percent.
For additional details, customers are encouraged to call their dealers or systems vendors or contact RTW directly.
“With the recent release of the new TM3-Primus, as well as our continuous license offerings for our TouchMonitors, we felt this was a good way to give customers the opportunity to upgrade to our latest products and innovations,” said CEO Andreas Tweitmann.
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