SoundTech Marketing, a manufacturer’s rep firm covering the western U.S., has added ThinkFlood’s RedEye product line to its roster. This is just the latest in a series of rep and distributor partnerships formed this year by SoundTech. RedEye, and the new RedEye Mini, allow users to control most IR devices with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch.
ThinkFlood’s new RedEye Mini connected to an iPhone
“We look forward to building awareness and demand for RedEye’s cost-effective, easy to install control solutions for home entertainment systems,” said Scott Matteucci, president of SoundTech Marketing. “RedEye is perfect for those customers who want the high-end functionality of an advanced control system, but the convenience of operation with their iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch.”
RedEye products are designed as accessories to any existing AV or home theater system. To set up, users download the free RedEye app from the iTunes App Store and place the RedEye base station in the same area where their components are located. They can then use their iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch to control their TVs, DVRs, Blu-ray players, AV receivers, and gaming consoles.
As part of this partnership, SoundTech will help bring RedEye products to electronics resellers and installation professionals throughout the manufacturers rep’s extensive sales area, which includes Colorado, Arizona, Utah, Montana, Idaho, Wyoming, and New Mexico.
RedEye joins SoundTech Marketing’s roster of brands, which also includes Niles, KEF, Yamaha, Chief, Monster, Parasound, Atlantic Technology, Raxxess, Sanus, Artison, and Dynamat.