2014's Distributor Profiles
Head Monster Noel Lee is “Going Retro” and leaping forward at the same time. The standing room only Monster press conference at International CES revealed his ongoing commitment to the headphone market, a stellar new lineup of partnerships and bringing back the legacy Monster M Series including products such as the M 2.2 speaker cable and heavy duty connectors.
The first eight of Dealerscope's 2013 40 Under 40 Profiles
Parasound Products said Tuesday that it has named Tom Gandulla its new director of sales. Gandulla is a 25-year industry veteran who previously worked for Xantech, Aton, Monster Cable, Polk and Infinity.
At Wednesday’s CEA Line Shows, Monster provided a customary smorgasbord of new audio and video accessory solutions in the wireless audio and headphone realms – and even in the category where it made its name: cable.
The exclusive release of the annual Dealerscope 40 Under 40.
When we asked this year's group of 40 Under 40 industry stars to share their take on the state of the economy, one of our favorite answers came from Micah Williams, owner of Sonus Car Audio in Clarksville, Tenn. "Our outlook is if you're going to stand behind the counter, clerk boxes and compete on price then the economy is bad," he said.
World Wide Stereo this week participated in the unveiling of the new Porsche 911, at Porsche of Conshohocken.
World Wide's Bob Cole brought along his Custom 2007 Porsche Targa 4s, which has been updated to a $50,000 sound system featuring components from Alpine, McIntosh, Dynaudio, JL Audio and Monster Cable.
In an exclusive one-on-one interview with CTPG, Head Monster Noel Lee tells Krissy Rushing about the company's new line of fashion-forward headphones and the company's transition away from the Monster Cable name.