Vivid Audio partners with Sound Design Distribution

posted on Friday, 6th July 2018 by Geny Caloisi

High-end  Loudspeakers  Trade 

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Sound Design Distribution has signed a deal with Vivid Audio, the Sussex-based acoustic engineering company known for its esoteric high-end loudspeakers. The arrangement, effective immediately, allows Sound Design to offer the Vivid Audio Giya, Kaya and Oval product lines to specialist retailers and integrators.

Vivid Audio, whose co-founder Laurence Dickie created B&W’s flagship Nautilus speaker along with Turbosound’s Polyhorn and Dendritic horn systems for professional applications, has been aluded for its remarkable low-distortion designs, which are now available in thirty countries across five continents.

Commenting on the partnership, Sound Design’s Andy Baker commented: “we’re delighted to be strengthening our line-up with Vivid Audio’s definitive blend of brilliant audio and aesthetic design. With Vivid on board we can provide home audio specialists with an exclusive choice of high-performance audio systems, rich in design and quality on every scale and price-point.”

Laurence Dickie, from Vivid Audio, adds “this is an ideal opportunity to expand the UK’s retail representation at a time when world-wide demand is increasing, and utilising Sound Design Distribution’s high levels of customer service and support is a perfect fit for Vivid Audio.”

Geny Caloisi

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

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