KLH Audio Enlists Phoenix Marketing for Florida and Southeast
Indiana-based audio company, KLH Audio has entrusted sales rep firm, Phoenix Marketing to cover its Florida and Southeast markets. Following a few decades-long hiatus, KLH made its comeback into the audio game last year with the same tenacity as it had in the 1950’s/60’s. David P. Kelley, former Klipsch global sales president and now current leader, has assembled a team of former Klipsch industry executive’s to help launch the brand’s inaugural line.
“KLH is the biggest story in the audio category today and we’re seriously pumped,” says Phoenix Marketing Group CEO/President Chris Gilray. “Available is line of bookshelf and floor standing speakers 12 deep that quite honestly are going to make dealers’ jaws drop. They look and perform like speakers 2 - 3 times their price and are backed by a 10-year warranty to boot. From performance to fit-and-finish to price, any of these products will make the dealer look like a hero.”
The KLH line consists of the 3-way Kendall, Quincy and Cambridge (2-way) floorstanders; 2-way Ames and Albany bookshelf, Story center, Beacon and Broadway surrounds, and Stratton and Windsor 10- and 12-inch powered subs. Each product has a luxurious aesthetic with high quality MDF cabinetry, internal components and dampening, and powerful Kevlar drivers with anodized aluminum dome tweeters. New to the lineup are the Stratton MH212 1,000-watt Class AB amplified subwoofer, VX-1 voice enabled amplified keypad, and Maxwell and Faraday in-wall and in-ceiling speakers. Due out this summer are the Ultimate Two sound isolating in-ear monitors.
“The KLH line indeed offers both the AV integrator and specialty retailer something truly special, satisfying 2-channel and home theater applications, with this summer architectural, streaming audio and headphone solutions added to the mix,” says KLH Senior Sales Vice President Greg Topp. “The Phoenix Marketing Group team are all A-players and we’re thrilled to have them join our effort. Together we are seriously going to ‘rock it’ in the Southeast and Florida.”