About us

The best production in the region with Martin audio Longbow sound system and DiGiCo control. Founded in 1986, AUDIO KONSTRUKTOR is a market leader at the cutting edge of technical innovation within the audio industry.

The company provides:

· Sound and lighting solution to a diverse range of events across the conference, sports and entertainment industries.

· Production and marketing

· Professional presentations using the latest in digital technology

· Sales and installation of permanent systems including consulting and design services. The company is a distributor for some of the biggest international names including Martin Audio, Digico, Crest Audio, Butec, to name just a few

Our portfolio boasts a list of prestigious clients such as Telenor, Grand Casino, Beograd and we are supplying a number of businesses within the world of Radio and TV.

We operate within a European Network of companies (Synco) which allows us to keep up with the latest technology and working practices. The network is committed to providing the highest quality sound systems to clients for a wide range of applications.


The Exit Festival at Novi Sad, Serbia’s second city, saw Audio Konstruktor’s début as a member of the Synco Europe Network on July every year.
The locally-based audio and lighting rental company expands the Synco network to 11 independent rental companies, with a geographical span from the Canary Islands to Romania, while Audio Konstruktor’s partnership with Netherlands–based Synco marked Serbia’s first major international live production collaboration.
Featuring N-E-R-D, Primal Scream, The Streets, the Sex Pistols and Paul Weller amongst its 2008 line-up, Exit is picturesquely sited amid the ramparts of the massive, 17th century hilltop Petrovaradin Fortress across the Danube from Novi Sad. The four-day, 27-stage rock, pop and dance festival currently has a daily audience capacity of 47,000, although there are plans to expand as infrastructure improves.
It has has extraordinary political and emotional resonance for Serbia, as it was formed by young people as part of the protest movement against the régime of the late former president Slobodan Miloševic.
The spirit that inspired Exit’s birth remains fresh. Festival director Martin Pavlik explained: “From the beginning it meant exit from the political situation, and then exit from the boring life and agony; it’s about lifestyle, not only music.”
Audio Konstruktor, founded by Sreten Kovacevic, former guitarist with earlier rebels, Communist-era punk stars Pekinška Patka, provided full sound and lighting production services to the Fusion stage. One of Exit’s three largest stages, its name derives from its mix of Eastern European rock and pop.
Kovacevic decided to join the Synco network and is to add Synco 12” stage monitors to its XTA-controlled Martin Audio W8L, W8LC, W8LCD and WSX218X cabinets and LE series wedges, with Martin and Lab.gruppen amplification. The newest addition, deployed at FOH at Exit, is a DiGiCo, along with a Yamaha console.