All In Sound United
Thanks to a new agreement with Sound United, Snap One customers can purchase products from brands like Marantz and Denon via Partner Stores across the country.
Andrew Nichols · August 25, 2021
With supply chain shortages abounding, Sound United is serving the custom channel first and not funneling equipment to other channels.
Jason Knott · July 23, 2021
Definitive Technology’s Descend Series of subwoofers come in four models and feature the company’s proprietary 3XR technology.
Robert Archer · July 13, 2021
The new Denon AVR-X8500H and Marantz AV8805 get “A” designations as part of their HDMI 2.1 feature sets.
Robert Archer · May 27, 2021
Featuring bookshelf, tower, center and height module speakers, Polk Audio Reserve Series is IMAX Enhanced and leverages Legend Series lineage.
Arlen Schweiger · March 26, 2021
Denon has named Trip Randall as its new president and hopes the move will help the company boost its direct-to-consumer sales and introduce new products.
CE Pro Editors · March 15, 2021
Expanding its selection of products beyond AV receivers that are IMAX Enhanced Certified, Sound United has announced IMAX Enhanced Certified speakers from Polk and Definitive Technology.
Robert Archer · November 17, 2020
On Oct. 16 Sound United, the parent company of brands that include Definitive Technology, Denon, Marantz, Classe, and Bowers & Wilkins, will hold its next webinar: “How Movie and Music Engineers Mix Magic.” The company rhetorically asks participants, “do you have a favorite scene in a movie or song that really moves you? Is there […]
Robert Archer · October 15, 2020
Sound United hopes to invest and support the development of new Bowers & Wilkins products and help aid the brand’s position in the audio market.
CE Pro Editors · October 09, 2020
Johnson spent 27 years at Polk/Sound United, traveling the world as export manager. He started in the audio business in 1978.
Jason Knott · August 20, 2020