Posted on 14th March, 2018


SVS is a U.S based brand with a reputation built on performance and value for money.

Its subwoofer models are world-renowned, and the latest release, the SVS 4000 series is already racking up awards around the globe.

Announced today, SVS joins the distribution portfolio at established distributor Interdyn who will represent the brand within Australia.

Sam Encel and Evgeny Vizelman, Directors at Interdyn, told us:

We're delighted to welcome SVS to the Interdyn family! The brand has an unparalleled following on forums and amongst home theatre enthusiasts, with customers driven into stores often from the brand's reputation alone. We can't wait to share the thrill of these products with our dealers and their customers.

While SVS has been available in Australia for many years, its availability and opportunities were limited. SVS will join premium home entertainment brands including Pro-Ject Audio, Devialet, Roon, Rotel, PMC, Ortofon,, OPPO Digital and others, enjoying nation wide representation and marketing.

Gary Yacoubian, CEO of SVS told StereoNET:

We’re excited to work with a partner who can bring our ground-breaking audio products into more Australian homes. Interdyn has a great track record in the local market and will do a fantastic job of supporting the sales, marketing and support of the SVS brand!

Distribution will officially hand over to Interdyn from outgoing distributor Final Link Audio, April 10, 2018.

For more information visit SVS and Interdyn.

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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.

    Posted in:Hi-Fi Home Theatre Industry
    Tags: svs  interdyn  final link audio 

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