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EXCLUSIVE: After Selling To Sennheiser Syntec Boys Back In Business, New Brands Signed Up

The Syntec boys are back in the distribution business three years after selling the assets of their original business to Sennheiser.

The new Company is called Synchronised Technology and will operate from offices in Frenches Forest, NSW.

The new Company which is set to distribute high end sound gear for both the pro, specialist installer and consumer markets.

Joining the Company is the former National Sales and Marketing Manager for the original Syntec Wayne Farren The CEO of the Company is Michael Sloss.

According to Farren the Company is in the throes of signing up the distribution rights for several new brands.

The Company has already snared the rights to Beyerdynamic headphones for both the Pro and consumer markets, the current distributor for the Beyerdynamic range is listed as Hills SVL.headsup-19

Currently Sloss is in Japan signing what Farren describes as “A couple of big contracts”.

Other brands signed by the Company include the Rycote Pro microphone brand, Heads Up which is a stand for headphones, according to Farren this product will be sold in retail stores.

They have also signed the Australian and New Zealand rights to the Fostex range of products.

Back in August 2013 German headphone Company Sennheiser bought out Syntec in a multimillion dollar deal. Syntec the distributor of the Sennheiser range of headphones at the time also distributed Bryson and several other top end Hi Fi brands.

ChannelNews understands that the Company could look at acquiring other distributors who sell into the Pro or specialist Hi Fi channels.