Kevin Zarow

Editor in chief of Dealerscope

D&M Holdings announced Friday that Phil Cohn, the senior vice president of sales and marketing, is leaving the company. Cohn is departing in order to "pursue career interests outside of the consumer electronics industry," according to a statement released by chairman, president and CEO Jim Caudill.

Marantz vice president of sales and marketing Kevin Zarow talks to Maureen Jenson about the company's 15 new products at CEDIA, included a new A/V receiver, executive system and more.

Marantz unveiled yesterday a total of 15 new products that it will roll out through October.  The line consists of several entries in the company’s traditional categories – A/V receivers, high-performance audio separates and universal-format Blu-ray players – and will include a new product that moves the company into the network audio player category.

Marantz America recently introduced a series of new models in various lines and categories to underscore what Phil Cohn, senior vice president of sales and marketing, called its “continuing commitment to the A/V specialist and the custom installation channel.”

Marantz America chose the New York City venue of high-end electronics retailer/installer Park Avenue Audio as the site of its rollout of a series of new models in various lines and categories to underscore what Phil Cohn, senior vice president of sales and marketing, called its “continuing commitment to the A/V specialist and the custom installation channel.”

Marantz America this week announced the launch of four new Blu-ray Disc players, all of which feature Profile 2.0.

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