Philips SM30 legacy public address system
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Upgrading the Philips SM30 public address system
     

The Philips SM30 is a legacy public address system, originally manufactured and sold worldwide by Philips Communications and Security Inc (Philips CSI).

In 2002, Robert Bosch GmbH acquired Philips CSI and since that time Bosch have gradually rebranded and developed the Philips CSI product range into the current range of Plena and Praesideo public address systems (see our Bosch websites listed below).

 
Bosch evergreen policy
While many older Philips products such as the SM30, SM40, SQ40 and SQ45 are no longer manufactured, Bosch's evergreen policy ensures that owners of legacy SM30 products are able to use items from the current Bosch public address range to replace and upgrade their existing SM30 installations.
 
SM30 upgrade specialists
As an authorised Bosch Distributor NTE Limited is a specialist in upgrading legacy SM30 systems. Whether you require a replacement part or a complete upgrade, our dedicated Bosch sales and engineering teams are on hand to provide advice, installation and commissioning support to our clients. We are a UK based company but we operate on a worldwide basis, for more information see about us.
 
Depending on your existing system design we use a mix of current Bosch products to develop a simple and cost effective upgrade path for your SM30 system. Our Case Study 1 details the upgrade of a legacy SM30 system installed on two Pullmantur cruise ships, the MS Empressand MS Sovereign.Case Study 2 shows the upgrade of an SM30 system at the Victoria Palace Theatre in London, the home of 'Billy Elliot - The Musical'.
 
For more information and advice
If you have a faulty SM30 part or wish to upgrade your SM30 system please contact us directly or if you know which items you require complete our quotation request form and we will respond immediately to your enquiry.
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