Trade Up and Save with Storm Audio AV Processors

Posted on 27th February, 2021

Trade Up and Save with Storm Audio AV Processors

There's never been a better time to discover the ultimate in home cinema sound with Storm Audio's current trade-in promotion, especially with the stock disruptions across many leading brands of AV Receivers and Processors currently being experienced.

From the 1st March until 30th April 2021, trade-in your working 2-channel components, AV Receiver or AV Processor, and receive a healthy discount on the purchase of Storm Audio's new 16, 24, or 32 Channel AV Processors.

France's StormAudio and its award-winning range of AV Processors and Power amplifiers have had a massive impact on the Home Cinema Market globally. 

Paul Clarke, General Manager at Cogworks, which distributes Storm Audio in Australia, added:

StormAudio are an exciting and forward-thinking company who is focused on delivering pure audio performance for high quality home cinema. Our Trade Up & Save offer represents a genuine discount on this increasingly popular choice of processor with AV enthusiasts around the world.

StormAudio's most recent advance is that all the new ISP Mk2 AV Processor models benefit from both DTS X Pro and Dolby Atmos decoding and upmixing to up to 24 channels. According to the company, new enhanced object rendering and bass management processing make the ISP Mk2 range the most accurate AV Processor on the market.

One other advantage of investing in Storm Audio is an upgrade path. Consumers can later choose to upgrade from 16 to 24 or 32 channels via upgrade modules which Cogworks can fit as a complimentary after-sales service.

You can audition Storm Audio and take advantage of this promotion at StereoNET Approved specialists, including Len Wallis Audio (NSW) and Tivoli Hi-Fi (VIC) - as well as leading cinema specialists including The Digital Picture (QLD), Mr Home Theatre (VIC), BMC Audio Visual (VIC), Miranda Hi-Fi (ACT), Rogue Cinemas (WA), Vision Living (SA).

For more information visit Storm Audio


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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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    Tags: cogworks  len wallis  the digital picture  mr home theatre  bmc audio visual  tivoli hifi  miranda hifi  rogue cinemas  vision living  stormaudio 


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