Krix Loudspeakers Now Available Throughout UK
Krix, the Australian designed and manufactured loudspeaker brand now sold throughout the world is now available in the UK and Ireland thanks to a new distribution deal.
Effective immediately, Krix has appointed Invision as its exclusive distributor, joining brands including AudioControl, ELAC, LitheAudio, Origin Acoustics, Trinnov Audio, and many more in its portfolio. The distribution deal will see the full range of Krix's residential products available to Invision's customers throughout the UK and Ireland.
Krix was founded by Scott Krix in the 70s, and have established themselves as the leading high-end cinema speaker brand for people who want to experience sound rather than simply listening to it.
Inventors of the world's first infinite baffle speaker system, Krix offers a wide range of residential and commercial professional-grade cinema products, including what has been affectionally referred to as its “Wall of Sound” products.
Mark Taylor, commercial director at Invision, told StereoNET:
Our mission has been to bring together the very best brands across the smart home sector for our customers. The inclusion of Krix, a high-end cinema speaker brand, is the next step in achieving that. Our audio portfolio consists of everything you need to build the perfect audio environment. Encompassing award-winning speakers, subwoofers, home cinema processors and amplifiers, the addition of Krix's products amplifies our product offering in this area.
Krix's MX-40 is the brand's flagship 3-way design and features a dedicated high-frequency compression driver and newly engineered 6-inch midrange driver. Both are coupled to a single-mould, dual-horn system that has been developed by Krix over the last three years. The horn brings a uniform, constant directivity pattern, improved frequency response and extremely low distortion, even when pushed to immense sound pressure levels.
The front main speakers incorporate the proven 15-inch Krix bass driver, while the submodules house authoritative 18-inch woofers. The resulting driver and horn complement delivers an incredibly smooth and dynamic cinema sound.
Michael Cox, Marketing Manager at Krix, added:
Krix are very pleased to be working with Invision for our UK distribution. Our loudspeakers are engineered with a strong focus on clarity, dynamic range and immense output. They're able to convey all the action, emotion and drama of a movie… to allow the viewer to escape reality.
These speaker systems must be specified and integrated to the highest level. We know that Invision's exceptional service, experience and technical ability make them the perfect partner to deliver the ultimate cinema experience. 'Real Cinema at Home' as we like to say!
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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