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PVS celebrates 40 years in business

PVS celebrates 40 years in business
L–R: Patrick and Tom Van de Sande

PVS celebrates 40 years in business

PVS, the company behind AV brands such as Audac, Procab and Caymon, has reached its 40th anniversary. To mark this special occasion, PVS has released a vinyl record featuring the talented young Jazz ensemble, Equi, native to PVS’s home town of Stevoort in Belgium. This musical journey is a heartfelt tribute to the pioneers who laid the foundation for today's audio marvels, paying homage to the very roots of sound. The vinyl record was meticulously created, employing cherished vintage analogue techniques and treasured tape recorders from PVS's private collection.

Reflecting on this journey, Tom Van de Sande, CEO of PVS, remarked: "Over the last 40 years, we've embarked on a remarkable voyage. Today, as we celebrate our anniversary, we look back on our origins while embracing innovation. In our pursuit of excellence, we have made it our mission to preserve every facet of the beauty of sound. This vinyl record stands as living proof. The pristine sound of this album was captured using vintage techniques and equipment. Thanks to our innovative sound solutions, the purity of this music can be shared in bars, restaurants, retail spaces, offices and beyond, ensuring every note and melody resonates with authenticity."

In addition to this tribute, PVS has made substantial investments in its Research & Development division, which is fully based in Belgium, with the team nearly doubling in size over the past two years. This expansion has led to the introduction of the Atellio product family, a line of digital audio products aimed at “redefining the future of audio technology”.

In the past year, PVS’s testing facilities have also undergone a comprehensive overhaul. The final touches are currently being applied to an anechoic chamber, a meticulously designed room that eradicates reflections or echoes of sound or electromagnetic waves. This chamber will play a crucial role in testing electronic equipment to the highest standards of precision.

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