The “prolight+sound” Trade Show in Frankfurt was held alongside the worlds largest international trade show for music called Musikmesse. At the “prolight+sound” show, we exhibited entire Flat Panel Speaker line in cooperation with our business partner agency in Europe region of CBC Co., Ltd. Many attendees visited our booth despite not being well known in Europe. FPS exhibited the Pipeline Speaker Series & the Pro Audio PRO5000 series speakers. Though we could not demonstrate our true potential due to trade show limitations, the attendees got a glimps of our potential when it came to clarity, true sound directivity. Overall, the show was a success.
At the Love Earth Exposition (World Exposition Aichi), the Pipeline and FPS speakers were featured in many of the pavilions. The speakers fit well because of its natural sound reproduction, clarity and directivity. The Mitsui-Toshiba Pavilion featured the theme “To be One with the Earth” FPS speakers (FPS0204 and FPS0202) were installed in the 5.1 channel surround-system on each seat installed in the 3D theater. In this attraction called “The Grand Odyssey Story”, the FPS speakers gave each quest the feeling that they took part in the attraction by taking a trip into deep space. The feedback was very positive.   Pipeline speakers PL4 (left) hung from the ceiling at
“The 12th Environment Congress for Asia and the Pacific” (eco-Asia 2004) was held in Yonago City, Tottori Japan in June, 2004. The event was sponsored by the Japanese Ministry of the Environment. The Minister of the Environment, Yuriko Koike, was the guest speaker. Government official from 20 countries also attended the event. Active debates were held covering various topics such as, “Cooperating with other countries in the area of environmental education”. The Asia-Pacific Forum for Environment and Development (APFED) and the Asian Pacific Environmental Innovation Strategy (APEIS) groups were also well represented. The keynote speaker for the opening ceremony of the 12th Environmental Congress for Asia and Pacific was the