07.04.2016 - 10.04.2016 — Hall: 9.1 Stand: B 15
Warm Audio's goal is to put high-end gear in the hands of the world’s greatest artists. Many great musicians are never heard in the right light due to budget restrictions, Warm Audio hopes to change this by bringing fully professional designs to all studios at affordable prices. Don't let our price tags fool you, all of our products have completely discrete signal paths and feature custom USA made CineMag transformers that are found in only the best designs in pro audio.
Warm Audio is asked often how are we able to produce such high quality gear at affordable prices, many assume corners must be cut somewhere. Warm Audio's answer to this question continues to be "NO". Warm Audio stays true to original discrete schematics and does this without cheapening components such as our continued use of world class Reichenbach/CineMag transformers.
A few reasons Warm Audio is able to release top-notch gear affordably:
Overhead costs are very low with only a few employees.
Warm Audio manufactures in very high quantities, usually at least 500 pieces at a time. Large price breaks are given to us from both the assembly house and CineMag transformers.
Not much profit is made off of each unit, but the trade-off is that a lot of units are sold.
Warm Audio was started more out of passion than for the desire to turn huge profits. Warm Audio is shaking the price floor of this industry where prices in many cases are just too high.
Because the products are so well built for their respective price points, word of mouth does the marketing organically so that Warm Audio doesn't spend much on advertising.
Serious Gear. Seriously Affordable.
Warm Audio's current business model is one that eliminates mass advertising and can only rely on the strength of our products and how our users' positive experiences will flood the forums and industry conversation at a real grassroots level. Warm Audio is a small company with a handful of employees. This too is a benefit that allows low overhead to pass the savings on to you.
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