Sennheiser Appoints Carter as HHB Product Specialist


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Old Lyme, CT - Apr 21, 2010 - Sennheiser has appointed Jake Carter to the newly created position of product specialist, distributed brands. Carter will serve as the point person for all technical and product related information for Sennheiser's distributed brands K-array and HHB.

Carter has a broad background in the audio industry having worked in markets including professional theatre, commercial recording, installed sound and live sound. He will work within Sennheiser's Systems Integration team, reporting directly to Dawn Birr, channel manager, Sennheiser systems integration (SI) and distributed brands.

Carter's day-to-day activities will include fielding technical inquiries from dealers and end-users, as well as increasing overall sales awareness for K-array and HHB's entire line of innovative products.




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