Lectrosonics Appoints Farkus as Central U.S. Rep

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Bernard Farkus

Rio Rancho, NM - Mar 16, 2010 - Lectrosonics has appointed Bernard Farkus as the company's new Central U.S. representative. With more than 24 years of experience in all aspects of the broadcast and commercial audio-video industry, Farkus' will be stationed in the Dallas, TX, area.

In his new capacity, Farkus will represent Lectrosonics throughout the central United States, including Texas, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Kansas, the Dakotas, Montana and Wyoming. Among his responsibilities, he will serve as the company's conduit for the authorized Lectrosonics dealer network, conduct product training and demonstrations, and represent Lectrosonics at regional trade shows and similar events.

Farkus holds CTS-D certification from InfoComm International and has been actively involved in the design and/or commissioning of hundreds of audio, video, intercom and control systems. With a work history that includes tenures at Wheatstone, Clear One Communications and Waveguide Consulting, Farkus' experience runs the gamut from design engineer/project manager and field applications engineer through sales engineer. Additionally, he is a Level II Crestron programmer and has an extensive DSP (digital signal processing) background.

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