The 1997 Winter NAMM show marked Sound Bridge’s first exhibition at an industry tradeshow. The recently completed Series 3000, now a full product range boasting eleven models, was introduced to rave reviews. This continued success spurred Chris further yet again, and additional investment was made in staff, machinery and R&D.
Over the next few years, the company experienced steady growth. During this time, continued improvements were made to facilitate production and development. Chris purchased a CNC router and metal-working machinery and began to vertically integrate the factory. Further expansion saw the addition of more sophisticated computer-aided design and proto-typing tools, bringing Sound Bridge into state-of-the-art speaker manufacturing technology. The product range continued to evolve and emphasis was placed on higher-specification systems and products for more demanding and larger applications.
In 2007, based on the tremendous growth and interest in the company generated by the introduction of the XYON™ series of line array systems, Chris once again concentrated his efforts on re-inventing the company further. Today, Sound Bridge focuses on the professional side of the permanent installation and concert/touring sound markets, offering a full range of high-performance, high-specification loudspeaker systems for those situations that require the very best.