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Dangerous Music, Inc. has announced the opening of a demonstration showroom conveniently located near Studio City in North Hollywood, CA. The showroom is a collaborative effort showcasing Dangerous Music's core system hardware as well as hardware and software by Universal Audio, studio furniture by Sterling Modular and the Focal line of studio loudspeakers. The showroom is managed by Fred Z, of the 'Z Product Guy' company, who represents all of these manufacturers in the LA area. The showroom offers a quiet and focused location for interested engineers, producers and musicians to check out Dangerous Music's Mastering and Mixing products in a controlled sonic environment.

The recent grand opening of the showroom attracted various studio gurus including veteran mixer Jon Gass, Platinum producer Greg Curtis, technical consultant Dave Hampton, musical director and producer Daryl Diaz, songwriter and producer Kenneth Crouch, mix engineer Khaliq Glover and others.

"We set out to create a private listening environment where customers can sit down and really hear and feel the quality of our products," said Bob Muller, Dangerous Music's Founder. "It's perfect to share the demo room with Universal Audio, Sterling Modular and Focal, since all of our respective products complement each other nicely. Fred Z is a great sales and demonstration resource for us in the Los Angeles area, we are glad to have him as our rep."

"I encourage customers to bring audio material they are familiar with to listen to in the showroom," added Fred Z. "I think they'll find the new space is a relaxed and professional environment to check out gear."

The demo room features all of Dangerous Music's products and soon to be installed is the upcoming Dangerous Music "D-Box" (scheduled to be available in Q1 2007). The 1U rack-mount box combines 8-channels of Dangerous Music analog summing technology from its innovative "Dangerous 2-BUS", and a programmable monitor control section with analog and digital inputs, on board 24 bit/96KHz D-to-A converter, talkback, dual headphone amps, speaker switcher, and more.

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