QSC founders receive 2018 Adele De Berri Pioneer Award

The AV industry scientific breakthroughs made by QSC founders Pat Quilter, Barry Andrews and John Andrews will be recognised at the AVIXA awards ceremony at Infocomm 2018.

QSC founders Pat Quilter, Barry Andrews and John Andrews have been named this year’s recipients of the Adele De Berri Pioneer of AV award from AVIXA. The Adele de Berri award recognises pioneers who have made scientific breakthroughs resulting in new AV technology that impacts the industry.

“In QSC’s first 50 years in business – Pat, Barry and John built a legacy in our industry with powerful, bulletproof and intuitive technologies,” said Joe Pham, president and CEO of QSC and vice chairman of the AVIXA board of directors. “In addition to our ground-breaking innovation in live sound, systems and cinema, QSC has always focused on staying close to its customers. Our founders laid these principles as the bedrock of our organisation. It pushed QSC to evolve from an early pioneer in power amplifiers into a leader, delivering sophisticated digital audio, video and control solutions for a wide range of applications.”

“We are thrilled to receive this award from AVIXA and very appreciative of the recognition,” said Pat Quilter, founder and chairman of the board at QSC. “Our story has never been one of skyrocketing success but of consistency and passion. Part of our hallmark was the ability to have a vision and to keep investing in the future. It has been an honour transitioning our legacy to the current leadership team at QSC, and a pleasure to watch the company continue to grow and help shape the future of the industry.”

The QSC founders will receive the Adele De Berri award during the AVIXA awards ceremony at InfoComm 2018 on Wednesday 6 June, from 4pm to 5pm at booth N1646.

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