NHT To Relaunch As An Internet-Direct Speaker Company

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Now Hear This or NHT as they are known in the specially AV business announced yesterday that they were returning to the business after a few months in hibernation. Their new business model will sell speakers online, leaving the ultra-competitive world of traditional retail distribution for the more profitable yet smaller customer base of selling direct. NHT will follow in the footsteps of Internet-direct speaker companies like Orb Audio, Aperion Audio, Emotiva, Outlaw Audio and many others.

NHT is currently owned by the original founders Chris Byrne and John Johnsen.

Additional Resources
• Learn more about NHT speakers here.
• Read a review of the NHT Super Zero



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