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Synergy Custom Pens Distributing Deal With TruAudio

Melbourne-based Synergy Custom has won exclusive rights to distribute Utah-based TruAudio in Australia.

TruAudio specialises in architectural, outdoor and commercial speakers. The company claims it was the first to market with a frameless in-ceiling grille for their speakers and an early developer of outdoor landscape audio products.

The appointment includes TruAudio’s range of architectural speakers as well as their associated brands of Select Series cinema speakers, Forge AV racking components, Unified Copper installation cables, and Padimount iOS mounting products.

Ed Naude, manager of Synergy Custom says, “Designed to meet the needs of professional integrators and their customers, TruAudio offers one of the deepest ranges of product with exceptional performance and value. In combination with our other CI brands, the TruAudio group of brands is a superb addition to our growing custom portfolio.”

Synergy Custom is a newly minted division of Synergy Audio Visual and specialises in importing and distributing premium custom installation products in Australia.

Phil Sawyer, managing director at Synergy Audio Visual says, “We are thrilled to be partnering with one of the most established and exciting companies in the CI business.
We look forward to exhibiting the TruAudio range at the Integrate Expo this year.”

Natalee Hoff, EVP of sales and marketing at TruAudio says, “Our goal is to continuously improve our dealers’ experience in every aspect. Phil, Ed and the Synergy team exude an abundance of passion for the CI channel. They are a natural fit and extension of the TruAudio initiatives that will create a synergistic approach for the Australian market.”

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