Meridian said this week that it has hired Mark LeClair, formerly of McIntosh, as its new Western Regional Sales Manager. He will be based in Seattle.
The MHA100 is the first dedicated headphone amplifier from McIntosh, and according to the company, offers the best possible listening experience no matter what headphones you use. How do they do that, you ask? The secret sauce it the company’s Autoformer technology that produces three different headphone impedance ranges (8-40, 40-150, and 150-600) so that everything from earbuds and high-end phones get optimal sound.
The Fine Sounds Group, the parent company of McIntosh Labs, is being sold as part of a management buyout. Fine Sounds CEO Mauro Grange and McIntosh president Charlie Randall are leading the buyout, with backing from LBO France and Yarpa.
New York's Stereo Exchange announced this week that it will its annual Spring High-End Audio Show April 12-14.
As one of the oldest retailers in the nation, Century Stereo has been providing world class equipment and installation much longer than most. Century Stereo was one of the first retailers to display AV gear in lifestyle vignettes in their showroom as a means to differentiate themselves from competitors and show off custom solutions prowess.
Italy-based Fine Sounds SpA, parent company of Sonus Faber, Audio Research Corp, Wadia Digital and Sumiko, announced Monday that it has acquired iconic audio brand McIntosh Laboratory.
Last month, CustomRetailer and George McKechnie debuted Re-Visioning, a new column dedicated to examining the challenges custom integrators face, as well as new strategies for the future.
Now that the economic recovery is showing some signs of life, it’s time to take stock. No, not a warehouse inventory, but a total re-thinking of the assumptions and practices of the custom retailing business today.
World Wide Stereo last week hosted a demo event which the company described as an "epic evening" featuring the latest technology integration trends.