IAL appoints Tandem Marketing as Manufacturer’s Representative for northern Illinois and Wisconsin

Indianapolis, IN – June 27, 2018 – Indy Audio Labs, market leader in immersive home cinema processing and amplification, and owner of high-performance AV brands Acurus and Aragon, announce Tandem Marketing as its new manufacturer’s representative for Wisconsin and Illinois, including the Chicago metro area. Based in Itaska, Illinois, Tandem Marketing is a nationally recognized manufacturers’ representative firm specializing in high-end consumer electronics.

Gary Effert, Tandem Marketing Principal says, “Tandem Marketing prides itself as a rep firm that offers best-in-class solutions. Acurus and Aragon absolutely fill these requirements. The first thing that dealers told us when we asked them for their thoughts on Indy Audio Labs products was “It’s rock solid, we almost never have any reliability issues.” Their 5-year warranty on all IAL products is outstanding. The ACT 4 being priced at under $10,000 retail makes it virtually a no-brainer for dealers looking to offer their clients a true high performance Dolby Atmos/DTS;X processor. With all those features and benefits it was an easy decision for Tandem to become the Indy Audio Labs’ rep.

Indy Audio Labs’ superior engineering is reflected in the highly-rated Acurus and Aragon brands of immersive processors, preamplifiers, and amplifiers. IAL’s popular ACT 4 20-channel processor features HDMI 2.0b HDR support and is the only authentically USA-engineered and manufactured high-performance, multi-format immersive surround processor on the market.

According to Rick Santiago, CEO and co-founder of Indy Audio Labs, “Tandem Marketing is one of the most well-established and well-regarded firms in our industry. We are proud to be associated with them in this key growth market for us in the heartland of the USA. With Gary and his top-notch team aboard, dealers and systems integrators in Northern Illinois and Wisconsin can count on high-quality support for specifying and installing high-performance American-made audio products from Acurus and Aragon.”