LUXMAN IS IN GOOD HANDS IN NEW ZEALAND

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LUXMAN IS IN GOOD HANDS IN NEW ZEALAND

Luxman is one of the oldest and most prestigious brands in HiFi, established in 1925. Luxman proudly boasts that many of their products are still in operation today even after many decades of use; proof that Luxman is a company focused on the highest quality possible rather than the turnover of product.

Svelte, classy, desirable, lust-worthy. You can use any accolade you want to describe this iconic brand, but what will have enthusiasts most excited is that after a short hiatus, the Japanese brand is now available in New Zealand once more.

Wildash Audio Systems has been appointed as the distributor of Luxman, effective immediately and the array of products will be available locally in July.

Michael Wildash, Managing Director of Wildash Audio Systems, told StereoNET:

I've long admired the Luxman brand. Its dedication to product perfection and product development raises the ability of its product to deliver more Music in a changing source marketplace.

Wildash continued:

I first fell in love with Luxman in 1982 while I was working at Challenge Hi-Fi in Adelaide. I share the same passion for this brand that I feel those directly involved in the design and production of Luxman products today still have.

Wildash believes the current lineup in Luxman's range caters for all music lovers, with a well thought out choice available for those who prefer valves or solid state.

Luxman joins other leading brands distributed by Wildash Audio Systems including Jamo, PSB Speakers, NAD Electronics, Bluesound, Tannoy, ELAN and more.

Luxman will be available through selected dealers from the end of July, and refreshingly, we're also told that pricing will be in line with other markets around the world.

For more information visit Luxman.

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StereoNET's Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers to headphones. Marc also founded Melbourne's International HiFi Show.

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