Sound United [http://www.soundunited.com ], parent company to Polk Audio, Definitive Technology and BOOM is expanding its international distribution and will be participating for the first time at the
Each brand will bring a strong presence to IFA's global audience, demoing key products and new innovations that highlight the brand's distinctive personality and reflect the company's overall commitment to providing an unmatched sound experience and superior quality.
"The Sound United portfolio is built on decades of audio engineering expertise and deep-rooted category understanding," said
Definitive Technology's highly-refined, purposeful aesthetic will be on display through an array of products including the Sound Cylinder [http://www.definitivetech.com/products/sound-cylinder ] Bluetooth speaker and
Polk will deliver a transformative audio experience via its crafted products which marry a timeless era of music and modern approach to entertainment. On hand at IFA, will be the
Rounding out Sound United's presence at IFA will be products from BOOM - a brand committed to developing products for the culture of renegades, from extreme sports fanatics to underground musicians. The Urchin [http://shop.boommovement.com/product_info.php/products_id/14/osCsid/v10g22o3r7ou4gvcn6ksfpu0s6 ] Bluetooth speaker and Rogue [http://shop.boommovement.com/product_info.php/products_id/20 ] headphones feature rugged, ready for anything (r4A) designs that are ready to deliver quality audio at a moment's notice and designed for listeners who prefer an in-the-moment solution.
For more information, please visit http://www.soundunited.com or stop by Hall 3.2/205 during IFA to check out all that Sound United have to offer.
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