Weeks after Premium Audio Merchandise took over distribution of the Klipsch model in Australia Harvey Norman sellers are nonetheless returning defective merchandise with hypothesis mounting that some sellers have been advised that the Cinema 600 is being recalled.
ChannelNews has contacted Peter Shamoon who’s contracted at $21,000 a month to deal with gross sales for Premium Audio Merchandise in regards to the issues with Klipsch soundbars however to this point there was no reply.
One Harvey Norman franchisee mentioned there had been “quite a few issues with Klipsch soundbars as a consequence of clients not having the ability to connect with the bar by way of Bluetooth or wi-fi”.
Shamoon who whereas nonetheless employed by Qualifi orchestrated not solely a $21,000 a month contract with Premium Audio Merchandise that’s owned by Voxx Worldwide he additionally engineered the exit of the model from the Melbourne distributor in what has been described as “unethical behaviour”.
Harvey Norman has neither confirmed or denied a recall for the Cinema 600 Klipsch soundbar.
ChannelNews understands that a whole lot of Klipsch soundbars offered at Harvey Norman have already been shipped again to the producer in China.
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