ATC (Acoustic Transducer Company) of Britain has appointed Lone Mountain Audio as its new U.S. distributor for the consumer Hi-Fi products, along with the formation of its new company, Lone Mountain Audio based in Las Vegas, NV.
ATC is a manufacturer of handcrafted loudspeakers formed in 1974 that can be found in prominent recording and film studios worldwide.
ATC’s home audio loudspeakers are handcrafted, hand varnished and designed with ATC’s own drivers, crossovers, amplifiers and preamplifiers.
Janis and Brad Lunde, owners of Lone Mountain Audio, are not newcomers at ATC Loudspeakers. They have been representing ATC Professional products in the U.S. for thirteen years as the TransAudio Group, a Pro Audio Sales business established in 2000. The formation of Lone Mountain Audio is simple, to keep the Pro and Consumer sales and marketing businesses separated with different people, focus and a user experience tailored to each channel market.
Lone Mountain Audio’s president Brad Lunde states, “I am thrilled to now represent ATC in the Consumer Hi-Fi Channel where I can demonstrate to both audiophiles and music lover enthusiasts with the idea of bringing “the Studio Experience” to the home. They’ll be blown away as to what they’ve been missing – in the recordings that is.”
ATC’s founder and owner, Billy Woodman said: “Brad Lunde is ATC’s established and very successful U.S. distributor of professional products and I am now pleased to announce that Brad and Lone Mountain Audio will also distribute ATC’s high-fidelity loudspeakers and electronics to all those music enthusiasts in the US who love music and quality, high-resolution audio.
“At Lone Mountain Audio we are convinced that once you hear music reproduction done right, you’ll understand what Lenny Kravitz, Tom Petty, Pink Floyd, Diana Krall, Tom Petty, Jack White, Blackbird Studios, Doug Sax Mastering, Alan Myerson, Shawn Murphy so many more recording artist have known about ATC for a long time. What’s most amazing is that they tell us how much ATC helps them hear what is really going on. That nothing they’ve tried works like ATC at stripping away the veil to reveal the details, the truth.”
Visit Lone Mountain Audio at the upcoming fall Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in Denver to hear the ATC studio experience firsthand.