Audiofly Will Soar No More?

Posted on 3rd May, 2021

Audiofly Will Soar No More?

Australia's own headphones brand, Audiofly, appears to be out of business as consumers are left asking how to get support for their products.

Starting in Perth in 2012, Audiofly introduced award-winning In-Ear Monitors and high-quality consumer headphones and enjoyed much success overseas. 

Locally, Audiofly was available in JB Hi-Fi and selected independent retailers and benefited from a brief local distribution agreement with Aqipa Australia from 2018 before Audiofly terminated that contract late in 2020.

Audiofly has replaced its website with a static landing page and deactivated all its social media pages. Repeated attempts by StereoNET to contact Audiofly have received no response, and staff email addresses have been disabled.

Audiofly headphones are still selling on Amazon, StoreDJ, Mannys Music and JB HiFi. It is unclear if support and warranty will be available for products still available for sale in the market.

This latest news is disappointing for an Australian brand that showed real strength globally, and at one stage, was the IEM of choice for eight seasons of the hit TV show, The Voice.

Audiofly has provided no statement or update on its current situation, instead just an email address for consumers via its website -


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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