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ECLER has a portfolio that perfectly adapts to the requirements of any of the seven vertical markets in which we are focused on: COMMERCIAL, HOSPITALITY, EDUCATION, CORPORATE, LEISURE, SPORTS & WELLNESS and finally HOUSES OF WORSHIP. In this section you will find projects that have been implemented with ECLER's solutions and products.

 

 

 

Benetton has equipped its two flagships in Callao (Madrid) and Portal del Ángel (Barcelona) with MIMO88SG. This product allows to drive music to several zones and to control the volume remotely.

Benetton's most representative shops work with ECLER. This year Benetton's new stores have been fitted only with ECLER products.

 

Which ECLER products have been chosen by Benetton?

The AUDEO103 loudspeaker cabinet model is used for the small stores and AUDEO106 for the larger ones. The AUDEOSB110 sub-bass is always strategically placed to extend evenly the low frequencies, creating a surround sound atmosphere that contributes to prolong the customer's sensory experience. HSA series amplifiers have been installed to feed the loudspeakers. The AUDEO range has been chosen for its elegance and its excellent sound quality.

 

The big retail brands bet on flagships

A flagship is the most important store of a retail brand, the ship that guides an entire fleet. Nowadays, the most prestigious retail brands are setting their flagship stores in major emblematic buildings and most popular strategic areas of the main cities.

 

One step ahead

Benetton has found in ECLER a partner capable of fulfilling its present and future professional audio needs, offering diverse and premium quality solutions for each moment. It is a fact that the Italian brand has always been one step ahead in the retail world.

 

 

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