A look inside AVPrestige Audio in Mexico


Today we received a series of pictures from AVPrestige in Mexico. They run a SuperStudio there and are most happy representing out PrimaLuna products locally with support from our American distributor Kevin Deal.

Have a look on some of the pictures they sent us after installation of some of the PrimaLuna products.

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Mr. Alfonso Velez comments:

“We have finally received the equipment one week ago. The equipments are already mounted and let me tell you they make magic to the music. I have never listen my audio system sound like it is now after installed the PrimaLuna Dialogue. We have been having very good respond from the people and we will be able to make very good business with this excellent products. Please find attached some pictures of the actual installation of the systems.”

Mr. Kevin Deal comments:

“Greetings Alfonso! What I see from the store pictures since met in January is you have one of the best eyes for display I have seen. Your store is absolutely stunning and a diamond. I have CC Herman and Dominique in the Netherlands so they can see the pictures. They are working like crazy on world-wide business, but I know they love seeing an operation as nice as yours. Let me know how we can help. We are your contact and you should know we are always reachable.”

Thank you Alfonso, thank you Kevin, thank you both for your personal support and attention for our PrimaLuna products!

About beheerder

Almost 40 years of being with and in the world of high-end audio equipment. As distributor of Krell, Sonus Faber, Cello, Conrad-Johnnson and many more, initiator of brands like Kiseki, Cogelco, AH!, PrimaLuna, Mystère and maybe more to follow.
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One Response to A look inside AVPrestige Audio in Mexico

  1. hermanvandendungen says:

    Good news PrimaLuna has arrived in Mexico. We know some countries are not easy to get in, but the more difficult, the better the feeling. Thanks Alfonso, thanks Kevin!

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