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Renaissance to debut Audioengine range

Renaissance to debut Audioengine range

Renaissance has signed as the sole local distributor for Audioengine speakers. The compay will offer the A5 and A2 speakers, which feature power amplifiers built into the left speaker, Kevlar woofers and silk dome tweeters. The speakers are compatible with iPods, the Apple Airport Express and other media devices. Renaissance says Audioengine’s products will appeal to consumers looking for a sound system to add to their iPod or media device and believes they will work well in offices and homes. “We are continuing to explore relationships with premium audiovisual brands that are under represented locally, so that we can provide them with a sound distribution platform and relationship to successfully build their business in New Zealand, and local consumers with choice,” says Renaissance general manager of branded products, Chris Knox. “Audio Engine is the first step in our new strategy in this market sector.”


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