Aussie Entrepreneur Brady Gunn introduces GUNN audio
GUNN audio specialises in 'future' audio products such as powered tower speakers with docking stations and Bluetooth. Apple Airplay home theatre systems are coming later in the year.
"Audio is getting smaller and smaller these days but that's not necessarily what we are about," the 35 year old entrepreneur said. "We aim to eliminate the wires and external components but we won't sacrifice sound quality for size.
"The best sound for your money comes from a heavy housing with multiple speakers. Even our smaller 'RokBoxes' weigh in at 6kg and have a sub woofer.
"Our SoundTowers feature a '7 Speaker System' including tweeters and a sub woofer. The sound is that of far beyond the price range. They look great, take up minimal floor space and eliminate wires completely from your home."
Mr Gunn currently owns audio store dockhub.com.au and has plans to sell only his GUNN audio range on the net.
"We will only sell online and offer amazing customer service. We are also looking at setting up in the UK in July which is very exciting," Mr Gunn said.
The first three models from GUNN audio arrive at the end of March.
"Our aim is to provide amazing sound for a great price from stunning designs," he said.
Brady Gunn grew up in the Sutherland Shire of Sydney. After leaving school at the age of 14 he embarked on a vocational ladder of more than 100 jobs.
He began working as cleaner, sold vacuums door to door, worked as a car salesman, real estate agent, stand up comedian, actor, radio presenter, youth worker and market stall holder.
He entered the world of business proper in London where he started a training company dealing with the NHS public hospital system.
That business was sold and upon returning to Australia he started Dockhub.com.au, an on line audio store.
He is now the owner of GUNN audio, a range of wireless speakers and docking stations.
Brady has travelled to over 50 countries including Afghanistan and Bhutan.
Brady has a huge amount of experience in the media and on stage.