Focal Naim, a subsidiary of Vervent Audio Group, has acquired both Audio Plus Services and Plurison. Audio Plus Services will now be known as Focal Naim America, while Plurison has become Focal Naim Canada. Both companies will be headed up by Daniel Jacques, who will continue in his position as President.
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Singing Machine, a manufacturer of karaoke products, has partnered with CBS Consumer Products to launch a Carpool Karaoke Mic that can be used for singing in the car.
Focal is introducing its new Sphear Wireless in-ear headphones, a follow-up to the company's Sphear headphones that launched in 2015.
Flexson has launched its new range of stylish accessories to accompany the new Sonos Amp, including wall mounts, and a dock that can hold four of the devices.
LG has plans to showcase its new G8 ThinQ smartphone at Mobile World Congres 2019 in Barcelona, which features Crystal Sound OLED (CSO) technology that uses the phone's OLED display as an audio amplifier.
Atlantic Technology is now shipping its new flagship SBT Series subwoofers that were first previewed at CEDIA Expo 2018 last October.
McIntosh is announcing its new RS200 Wireless Loudspeaker System, the company's next-generation home audio wireless speaker.
The Roland Rubix44 audio interface for Mac, PC, and iPad is designed to offer high-fidelity sound in a compact size.
Focal is entering the audiophile DAC and amplifier market with the launch of its first product in that space, the Arche.
Mastercard has developed a new sonic brand identity that includes aa new sound that plays whenever a customer pays using Mastercard across a variety of platforms.
Sunrise Records, based in Ancaster, ON and owned by Doug Putman, has confirmed that it will purchase British retailer HMV, reports the CBC, preventing many of the locations from shuttering their doors for good.