PASCOM designs audio reinforcement and visual display systems for challenging architectural and acoustic environments.
This year, we celebrate our 30th anniversary, as the Scandone family marks a milestone 92 years of continuous service in the industry.
PASCOM exists to develop solutions that work as predicted and that will last for decades. The confidence we instill is the product of our proven track record and dependability. Each project is unique and we gladly apply our time, extensive expertise, and the requisite sciences to make it right.
Our clientele include: Sacred Spaces, Auditoriums, Federal and State Courtrooms, Indoor and Outdoor - Athletic Facilities, Multipurpose Spaces, and Venues for the Performing Arts.
The Scandone family has been in the business of sound since 1922, when my grandfather, Salvatore Scandone, Sr. became fascinated by the emergence of radio and sound amplification.
Salvatore experimented with the earliest available components of his time and eventually founded the M & S Sound company named after he and his wife Mary. Salvatore would go on to design, install, and rent the very first audio systems used commercially throughout New Haven County, on the colleges campuses of Yale University, and in the area's houses of worship.
PASCOM Sound was established in 1983 by my father, the late Peter A. Scandone, Sr., Salvatore's youngest son. Peter's ambition, after spending most of his career as a co-owner of M & S Sound, was to dramatically improve the capability and the integration of the systems he designed. After developing his plan, Peter Sr. set out and launched his new company.
After completing my degree in applied physics and mathematics, I joined my father, and with our combined talent's developed the next and subsequent generations of audio systems that our valued clientele rely on year after year, decade after decade. Their trust in us has changed the landscape of the audio industry throughout Connecticut, and beyond.
Today, three generations and 92 years later, PASCOM proudly continues in the traditions of my father and grandfather.
Peter A. Scandone, Jr.
President and Systems Engineer