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Is The Klipsch Cinema 600 Soundbar Being Recalled

Weeks after Premium Audio Products took over distribution of the Klipsch brand in Australia Harvey Norman dealers are still returning faulty products with speculation mounting that some dealers have been told that the Cinema 600 is being recalled.

ChannelNews has contacted Peter Shamoon who is contracted at $21,000 a month to handle sales for Premium Audio Products about the problems with Klipsch soundbars but to date there has been no reply.

One Harvey Norman franchisee said there had been “numerous problems with Klipsch soundbars due to customers not being able to connect to the bar via Bluetooth or wireless”.

Shamoon who while still employed by Qualifi orchestrated not only a $21,000 a month contract with Premium Audio Products that is owned by Voxx International he also engineered the exit of the brand from the Melbourne distributor in what has been described as “unethical behaviour”.
Harvey Norman has neither confirmed or denied a recall for the Cinema 600 Klipsch soundbar.

Peter Shamoon right with former boss Michael Hendriksen the former owner of Qualifi.

ChannelNews understands that hundreds of Klipsch soundbars sold at Harvey Norman have already been shipped back to the manufacturer in China.

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