Audiovector Now Available in US Through SSV Distribution Agreement

Posted on 25th September, 2023
Audiovector Now Available in US Through SSV Distribution Agreement

Danish loudspeaker icon Audiovector will be available in the US thanks to a new distribution agreement with Specialty Sound and Vision (SSV).

Ole Klifoth, Audiovector's founder, started the company in 1979 when he couldn't find loudspeakers that met his high standards. Since then, the brand has become highly acclaimed for its exceptional sound and build quality. 

Although Ole still guides product design, today, his son Mads is the CEO and Owner of Audiovector. Under Mads' leadership, Audiovector has become a dominant international loudspeaker brand with distribution in more than 50 worldwide markets. 

SSV was founded in 1996, and although the company initially represented a wide range of products in the NY Metro Market, the closure of brick-and-mortar dealerships during the “Great Recession” prompted SSV to focus on higher-end brands. The company's business model has evolved over the past two decades to include national brand representation of the most important “Ultra-Luxe” brands, sold exclusively through America's finest brick-and-mortar dealerships. 

In addition to Audiovector, SSV manages sales and marketing of Gryphon Audio Designs, Brinkmann Audio, and many more across North America.

Anthony Chiarella, President of SSV, told StereoNET:

Audiovector is the perfect addition to SSV's National Brand Portfolio. The company's emphasis on ultimate performance, artisanal build quality and irresistible aesthetic beauty is ideal for Ultra-Luxe Dealers and their clients.

Available now, Audiovector's line of loudspeakers ranges from $1,725 to $76,500/pr MSRP and offers a virtually limitless assortment of finishes to match their customers' desires and decors. 

For more information visit Audiovector

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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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