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10. Director of Young Stage, Dennis Kim with Fabiano Besio of LDR. 11. President of Chungbo Sound, Han-Young Jee. 12. The team on the Inter-M Corporation stand representing Martin Audio. 13. Tommy Kim, General Manager of Kevic. 14. Soundus’ Chanwoo Kang with the DiGiCo SD8. 15. The Avid stand. 16. Young Jun Visual Technology distribute Christie in the Korean market. 17. Ingang Audio showcased products from Crest and Peavey. 18. The Sovico team, which looks after the Harman brands.


196 manufacturers, which were showcasing professional audio equipment. All the large distributors in Korea took up a stand. On the audio side this included Soundus representing Funktion One, DiGiCo, MC², and K-array. Daikyung Vascom was there with Allen & Heath, Ecler, Genelec, Renkus-Heinz, and Sennheiser. Sound Solution displayed beyerdynamic, Lab.gruppen, RCF, Sommer Cable, TOA, and XTA. And Sovico, which showcased Crown, dbx, JBL and Soundcraft. On the lighting side there were definitely fewer stands displaying lighting products, but there were a number of brands on show. On the Hansam System stand there were products from Martin Professional, MA Lighting, GLP, coolux, and Vari-Lite. While Art-Tech Lighting was the other major lighting booth, and displayed Robe fixtures controlled via an Avolites consoles. The general mood of the show was positive, with many exhibitors saying they’d


supported the show for many years, and would continue to do so. In terms of how this show stacked against other Asia tradeshows, it has a lot going for it. The visitor figures alone are significant, as they demonstrate the popularity of this show, and people’s eagerness to travel and see what it has to offer. For exhibitors it is their chance to showcase the latest products from their brands, in their home market. This show is a platform for catching up with a lot of customers from the local mar- ket, as well as the surrounding countries. There are talks of the 2012 edition clashing with Palm Expo Beijing, so next year’s event could be a little bit different. Palm Expo Beijing is the largest international tradeshow for our industry, currently held in Asia. If the choice between the two arises, it will be a tough decision for both exhibitors and visitors. KOBA will be held at the COEX again next year, but dates are yet to be confirmed.


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