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Denon and Marantz and Boston Acoustics (D+M Group) Acquired by Sound United

Say hello to AV powerhouse Sound United, which now owns Polk, Definitive Technology, Boston Acoustics, Denon, and Marantz.

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Say hello to AV powerhouse Sound United, which now owns Polk, Definitive Technology, Boston Acoustics, Denon, and Marantz.
Should we be happy about this? I don't think so. Less choices for consumers equal more power and profit for corporations. I've witnessed America's consumer leverage over the features of the products we buy dwindle, in part, because of less competition in the marketplace.
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Should we be happy about this? I don't think so. Less choices for consumers equal more power and profit for corporations. I've witnessed America's consumer leverage over the features of the products we buy dwindle, in part, because of less competition in the marketplace.
I don't see how Denon or Marantz compete with Polk or Definitive Technology. They seem complementary, the consolidations withing product categories (Denon + Marantz, Polk + DefTech) had already occurred.

Also, it can be helpful to consolidate R&D facilities as well as cross-pollinate engineering knowledge between brands. Speaking of consolidation, I'm curious about what happens to HEOS versus DTS Play-Fi. That's one area where there's overlap between capabilities of D+M Group products and Polk/DefTech products.
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Say hello to AV powerhouse Sound United, which now owns Polk, Definitive Technology, Boston Acoustics, Denon, and Marantz.
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Should we be happy about this? I don't think so. Less choices for consumers equal more power and profit for corporations. I've witnessed America's consumer leverage over the features of the products we buy dwindle, in part, because of less competition in the marketplace.

Last I heard Bain Capital owned D+M. They own dozens of other companies like Toys-R-Us, and one that brings Indian IT people to the U.S. on worker visas as direct replacements for U.S. citizens, so I'm not unhappy to see them go. It's purely the bottom line with Bain, which made it odd that they purchased D+M to start with, since it been a drain on them.

If B+M is now owned by a company that is actually interested in the AV business that's good start. How it will work out is an open question. The other companies listed in the first post seem to have a U.S. face, but little real presence as far a operations. Hopefully Sound United has the financial backing if they do decide to do something positive with D+M.
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Shouldn't they just end the charade and merge D&M brands and products like AVRs which are virtually identical?

I don't see how maintaining separate marketing (in supposed competition with one another) budgets as well as inventory, R&D, QA, warranty, support, and so on make good financial sense. Of course merging companies usually ends up in people losing their jobs so maybe it's a good thing they don't do that. Then again, if they hemorrhage cash by having their left hand attack their right hand then maybe that's not so smart for anyone.

Having a false choice of Denon vs Marantz is pretty much the same as having no choice at all.
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Denon and Marantz do have a different sound though. I prefer the Marantz sound over the Denon. I don't know what they do to make them sound a little different, but they do.
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Shouldn't they just end the charade and merge D&M brands and products like AVRs which are virtually identical?

I don't see how maintaining separate marketing (in supposed competition with one another) budgets as well as inventory, R&D, QA, warranty, support, and so on make good financial sense. Of course merging companies usually ends up in people losing their jobs so maybe it's a good thing they don't do that. Then again, if they hemorrhage cash by having their left hand attack their right hand then maybe that's not so smart for anyone.

Having a false choice of Denon vs Marantz is pretty much the same as having no choice at all.
There's probably enough brand loyalty for both brands right now to have it make sense, and there also may be issues with dealer agreements with various brands. That's the big reason GM continues to make the GMC brand despite pretty much every vehicle just being a Chevrolet with a few cosmetic tweaks.

Plus, if you give a customer the choice between Denon, Marantz, Onkyo, Yamaha, and Pioneer you have a greater chance of earning their business with two brands than with one.
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Denon and Marantz do have a different sound though. I prefer the Marantz sound over the Denon. I don't know what they do to make them sound a little different, but they do.
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A bigger company may mean cheaper volume pricing for parts like DACs ..
But we may find more unified platform ala VW car chassis.. pros and cons in that..
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Shouldn't they just end the charade and merge D&M brands and products like AVRs which are virtually identical?

I don't see how maintaining separate marketing (in supposed competition with one another) budgets as well as inventory, R&D, QA, warranty, support, and so on make good financial sense. Of course merging companies usually ends up in people losing their jobs so maybe it's a good thing they don't do that. Then again, if they hemorrhage cash by having their left hand attack their right hand then maybe that's not so smart for anyone.

Having a false choice of Denon vs Marantz is pretty much the same as having no choice at all.
The Marantz line of AVRs use HDAM circuits over ICs which Marantz developed before their merger with Denon. Marantz products are voiced differently than their Denon counterparts. Their stuff is very similar but are not exact copies of one another.

Marantz also has its own unique character and product mix that is very much maintained separately from Denon with its 2-channel
Lineup. There are no Denon analogues for the Marantz Reference Series and hi-fi components (integrated amps, SACD players, network streamers/ DACs).

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There are no Denon analogues for the Marantz Reference Series and hi-fi components (integrated amps, SACD players, network streamers/ DACs).
That was news to me.... See links below:

http://www.denon.jp/jp/product/hific.../sacdcdplayers

http://www.denon.jp/jp/product/hific...nts/amplifiers

http://www.denon.jp/jp/product/hific...rkaudioplayers


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Say hello to AV powerhouse Sound United, which now owns Polk, Definitive Technology, Boston Acoustics, Denon, and Marantz.

Existing thread: Sound United acquires D+M Group
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Point taken; I should have qualified that this is in the United States. Most users on AVS are US-based, and Denon has virtually no 2-channel offerings here aside from a Heos amp and desktop USB amplifier. That being said, yes, I am aware that Denon offers stereo-centric products outside the US.

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and there also may be issues with dealer agreements with various brands. That's the big reason GM continues to make the GMC brand despite pretty much every vehicle just being a Chevrolet with a few cosmetic tweaks.
Nope. It's because GM wanted the same more profitable truck/sport utility line on the same lots as their less profitable car lines like Buick, Oldsmobile and Cadillac.

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Hopefully this will give D&M an incentive to offer more channels on their AVRs/processors so people need to buy more speakers.

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what!
I just heard yesterday that they were up for sale! Now this morning, I hear they sold!
I am so out of touch.

sound united ,well I like the products of some of their other lineups, just keep it quality and affordable and we can do business.

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Hopefully this will give D&M an incentive to offer more channels on their AVRs/processors so people need to buy more speakers.
Since most folks are using 2.0 or 5.1, I don't think so.
Anyone who needs more will be asked to look for power amps.
Members of AV forums such as these are in the minority..
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Since most folks are using 2.0 or 5.1, I don't think so.
Anyone who needs more will be asked to look for power amps.
Members of AV forums such as these are in the minority..
I know, but one can always hope.

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I don't see how Denon or Marantz compete with Polk or Definitive Technology. They seem complementary, the consolidations withing product categories (Denon + Marantz, Polk + DefTech) had already occurred.

Also, it can be helpful to consolidate R&D facilities as well as cross-pollinate engineering knowledge between brands. Speaking of consolidation, I'm curious about what happens to HEOS versus DTS Play-Fi. That's one area where there's overlap between capabilities of D+M Group products and Polk/DefTech products.
+1.

I would consider it a good thing, a speaker audio company has aquired another audio company that does electronics and AVRs--it fits. They compliment each other and the world changed when Samsung bought Harmon a few months back. Polk is moving in on the soundbar market and is doing well--Samsung was already there but now has Harmon to really push.

Polk and Def Tech now have D+M to help them expand that market and really go toe-to-toe with Samsung/Harmon and can make AVR/speaker systems for the consumer. D+M gains because they are a larger company as they have to fight Onkyo/Pioneer along with Samsung.

The audio market peaked in 1990 then went into decline. It did not help that after the peak the computer, gaming and cell phone markets exploded and vacuum up huge amounts of disposable income. For most people, audio is secondary to the TV/internet so audio tends to be pushed into the shadows.

Denon spun off and sold it's pro division a year or two ago, they specialized in club/DJ gear such as mixers, CD players and computer file controllers. The writing was on the wall so not too surprising, I'm glad it was a speaker company that bought them out. At least now they can focus on what they do best and not worry about being sold off in pieces.

Klipsch got bought out around 5 years ago, lately they have really improved their speaker line with the RP series and have returned to the higher level speakers/quality of their peak years. Sometimes things will improve so my wish is D+M follows that track.
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Regarding Denon and Marantz competing with each other:

Denon : Marantz :: Toyota : Lexus
or Nissan : Infiniti
or Ford : Lincoln
or VW : Audi
or Chevrolet : Cadillac

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Ironically this has been my Home Theater setup for years, plus a pair of Boston Acoustics in my older car.
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I doubt this will change anything. Maybe we'll see complete 5.1 packages with polk speakers and Denon receivers.

Speakers and receivers are completely different products. This merger is similar to if GM and Firestone merged.
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What say you, JD? Do you see this as plus, a minus or an non-event?
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I see it as a plus as now you've got a parent company invested in the music business rather than an investment firm (Bain Capital) invested in the money business.
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I see it as a plus as now you've got a parent company invested in the music business rather than an investment firm (Bain Capital) invested in the money business.
That's my thinking. In dealing with Sound United, I have found it to be a company that is absolutely focused on AV. Therefore, I'm optimistic as to how this all turns out.
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Since most folks are using 2.0 or 5.1, I don't think so.
Anyone who needs more will be asked to look for power amps.
Members of AV forums such as these are in the minority..
Even with 5.1, most of these AVRs aren't putting out enough power to drive any of the nicer speakers available. The true watts per channel is in the 30-50 range even on the high end models.
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Fortunately that one is in the receivers, amps, and processors sub-forum.

So is yours, that's why I mentioned it. Did you mean to put it in the "Latest Industry News" forum?
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Reading this thread gave me a flashback to member DenonJeff (Jeff Talmadge) .. I know he's been gone from Denon a while, where is he now?
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So is yours, that's why I mentioned it. Did you mean to put it in the "Latest Industry News" forum?
D'oh, make I better make another cup of coffee.

Oh well, it is what it is. This article is in the newsletter and I used this URL, so we're stuck with it the way it is. Sorry @jdsmoothie

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