Klotz Digital

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Klotz Digital AG
Type Public (AG)
Industry Audio
Founded 1990 in Munich, Germany
Founder(s) Thomas Klotz
Headquarters Feldkirchen/Munich
Products Audio equipment
Website www.klotzdigonomics.com
www.varizone.net

Klotz Digital AG was a manufacturer of audio media products based in Munich, Germany. The company was active in the two business segments Public Address and Radio & TV Broadcast. Its products include systems for radio broadcast, television broadcast, live sound, public address, and commercial sound.

History[edit]

Klotz Digital was founded in 1990 by Thomas Klotz. Klotz Digital first products were for use in live sound installations In 1996 digital mixing surfaces were introduced. In the last years Klotz Digital had a public address product line named Varizone.[1]

At the end of 2009, Klotz Digital AG was acquired by United Screens Media AG. Thomas Klotz resigned from his position, and Dr. Andreas Gruettner, known as CEO of United Screens Media AG, was appointed Klotz Digital’s new CEO.[2] The company was then renamed to QPhonics AG and finally in 2013 turned into a company in liquidation with the name Abwicklungsgesellschaft QPH AG.

Thomas Klotz founded in late 2010 a new company with the name KLOTZ Digonomics. KLOTZ Digonomics develops and markets control devices and audio engines for the audio and video industry.

Products[edit]

Klotz Digital's Vadis DC II mixer for use at a Virgin Radio outside broadcast at the V Festival 2007.

The broadcast products range from stand-alone on-air mixing consoles for radio and TV stations to a suite of products to enable efficient workflows in large broadcast facilities and production studios.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.klotz-digital.de/Corporate/index.html KLOTZ DIGITAL – A Technology Driven Global Player
  2. ^ http://radiomagonline.com/currents/business/united-screens-klotz-0301/ United Screens Media Acquires Klotz Digital

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