Habitech to distribute Arcam Hi-Fi and home cinema range

posted on Tuesday, 4th April 2017 by Geny Caloisi

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Habitech has signed a distribution agreement with Arcam, to distribute its range of acclaimed Hi-Fi and home theatre separates to the UK’s custom installers.

The agreement expands and refines the choice of specialised, high quality multi-channel options available to AV system designers from Habitech. Included will be Arcam's ‘FMJ’ range of stereo and AV receivers, processors, players and power amplifiers,All FMJ products have the ability to integrate with the leading home automation systems through drivers for Crestron and Control4.

Established in 1976, Amplification and Recording Cambridge (Arcam) is recognised worldwide for its technical innovation and expertise, and is one of a small number of original UK brands to have inspired the global popularity of Hi-Fi performance and design. 

Commenting on the agreement, Arcam's Sales and Marketing Manager Richard Trotter said “as our business continues its resurgence in the UK, it’s become clear that we do not have the resources to deal with demand from the custom install sector - our strength being in retail support. To fully and efficiently engage with this channel we have decided to appoint Habitech as our exclusive distributor. We’ve chosen Habitech for a number of reasons, chief among them being that they alone offer the level of technical back up and support that a specialist brand like Arcam requires. Habitech has gained huge respect in the custom install sector and is a great asset to our total offering in the UK!”

                    Also read:
                    Arcam wins Best Home Cinema Room at Bristol Show
                    Arcam unveils AV860 Dolby Atmos DTS:X processor

Habitech Sales Manager Timmi Thorsen added: “We’re delighted to be able to offer the performance and versatility of the Arcam brand to our customers. It perfectly complements our home theatre product line-up and widens the choice of design options available with a proven prowess in AV processing and amplification from one to twelve channels.”

Geny Caloisi

Geny Caloisi is an accomplished technology journalist who has worked in a variety of AV industry publications. 

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