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QED Dump AVR In Favour Of Indi Imports

British Hi Fi cable Company QED has dumped Sydney based distributor AVR appointing Melbourne based Indi Imports to handle their business in Australia.

AVR is refusing to comment on the loss

An award winning British cable company with over 40 years of experience in the audio-visual connectivity industry QED products are being one of the premium cable brands available in Australia.

In 1973 Bob Abraham and Ian Vine founded QED Audio Products and changed the way people think about hi-fi cables. By the time QED 79 strand speaker cable was launched in 1978, it wasn’t looked upon as ‘just another speaker cable’ but was instead regarded as a serious hi-fi component, making a fundamental change in the way people thought about cables the Company claims.

The appointment of Indi Imports follows the Companies appointment last year to distribute the Q Acoustics range of Hi Fi gear.

Denis Riachi a director at Indi Imports said, “It was only a matter of time before we secured this brand as part of our portfolio of products”.

“Since announcing the availability of the QED brand, we have been able to sign up several new resellers, the take-up rate has been exceptional”.

Recently QED has announced details of its latest entry-level speaker cable. XT25 is intended as a ‘first upgrade’ cable for systems of all types: stereo, home cinema, custom install, you name it. Its 2.5mm² cross-sectional area makes it ideal for longer runs.

Like all QED speaker cables, XT25 adheres to the principles outlined in the (recently updated) Sound of Science Report. And like all QED speaker cables, XT25 comes with an unlimited lifetime warranty.

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