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by Marc Rushton

7th December, 2017


A communication sent by Australian distributors, Interdyn, to retail partners this morning has announced Polk Audio distribution of the Home Audio category will move to Westan effective 1st February 2018.

Co-directors of Interdyn, Sam Encel and Evgeny Vizelman said in the statement:

It has been a privilege for us to represent the brand over the years. Businesses evolve, and in recent times Interdyn has both added exciting new brands which fit within our future vision and direction, and said goodbye to brands which fall outside of our core focus areas.

Interdyn will continue to distribute Polk Audio in New Zealand. Polk Audio's Personal and Car Audio product categories will continue to be distributed by Melbourne based Directed Electronics.

Interdyn has also hinted at some "exciting announcements to make here in the coming weeks and months."

Until 31 January 2018, it is business as usual for Interdyn and its independent accounts, with Interdyn fulfilling orders and providing after-sales support. From 1 February 2018, these functions will be handled by Westan. It's also speculated that Polk Audio's home audio range of products will be ranged by both JB Hi Fi and Harvey Norman in 2018.

Polk Audio are set to release a number of new products at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas in the new year.

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Tags: polk audio  interdyn  westan