Audiologic has announced that it has secured the exclusive UK distribution for innovative Swedish-based manufacturer SONAB. SONAB manufactures System 9, a premium wireless sound system, principally designed for use in the retail, office and hospitality sectors. Using the power available from existing track lighting systems, SONAB System 9 delivers an easy-to-set-up, highly flexible system that connects via a transmitter to any available sound source to deliver a high-quality audio experience. Changing speaker positions within a room or even moving the system to an entirely new location is as easy as clipping and unclipping speakers from the track.
SONAB is firmly established in Scandinavia and Northern Europe, where the company’s products can be found in a host of applications from prestige car showrooms and hotels to department stores and art galleries. This partnership with Audiologic will bring SONAB to the wider attention of the UK market, where it is certain to meet an enthusiastic reception.
Paul Simpson, Hospitality and Retail Business Manager at Audiologic, is excited by the arrangement: “At Audiologic we continually strive to identify brands that will add another dimension to our portfolio, in order to help our customers provide the widest possible range of options. SONAB’s ingenious wireless concept, discreet appearance, excellent sound and simplicity of operation is a unique and very welcome addition to our portfolio. When our customers see and hear System 9, they will quickly recognise its potential – I’m sure it will prove to be a huge hit.”
Brad Pianta-McGill, Sales Manager, SONAB Audio (UK) added: “Audiologic’s team are true audio experts and they immediately recognised SONAB’s potential as a unique, high quality solution. Their reputation for delivering excellent service, supported by thorough product knowledge, was reinforced by the experiences of a number of our customers who had dealt with them. We are confident that Audiologic is exactly the right partner to take our solution into the UK market and introduce it to the widest possible audience.”