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Audio-Technica has urged retailers to beware of stolen wireless systems after a quantity of the firm’s 2000 Series units were stolen from a parked vehicle outside a warehouse facility.

The specific product in question is the company’s ATW-2110AFEU system, which is produced for the EU and, as such, ships with EU power supplies.

Audio-Technica is now warning retailers to be vigilant when purchasing 2000 Series products and to be cautious of approaches from unfamiliar parties offering them for sale.

Tom Harrold, Audio-Technica’s assistant marketing manager, said: “The fact that the stolen systems have European power supplies will make them stand out in the market, so it should be easier for retailers to identify if they’re being offered stolen goods.

“We’re asking anyone who has information on the theft - or has been approached to purchase what may be stolen 2000 Series products - to contact our UK office on 0113 277 1441 or email: marketing@audio-technica.co.uk. Alternatively, they can contact West Yorkshire police on 101 (non-emergencies) quoting crime number 13130303528.”




I seem to remember that Audio Technica have been robbed in the same way in the past - from a vehicle parked outside a warehouse compound. It was Allen & Heath iLive (or GLD stage boxes?) and XONE mixers last time - so perhaps they are being targeted by the same criminal organisation?

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