Fink already has plans for Epos products moving forward.
Epos is going through another transition in terms of ownership. FinkTeam’s Karl-Heinz Fink has formally announced that he acquired the British audio brand, and he’s ready to launch new speakers under its umbrella.
This is the biggest change since Epos was acquired by Michael Creek of Creek Audio in 1999. Fink finalized the deal, effectively giving him ownership of the brand and its intellectual properties. Former Epos Sales Director David Jefferys will still be a part of the team.
New Ownership, Fresh Possibilities
Fink and his team already have a clear goal, and they want to respect the legacy of Epos founder Robin Marshall. With that in mind, unconventional ideas are definitely in the pipeline:
Both Creek and Jefferys also have high hopes for the future of the Epos brand, saying that they believe in Fink’s ability to continue the company’s traditions.
Coming from a Storied Background
FinkTeam considers itself “backroom boys,” which means they favor confidentiality when working with clients for audio products. The team only takes credit when the clients decide to mention them.
The WM-4 is FinkTeam’s top product; they call it the “best loudspeaker we currently know how to make.” It was followed by the Borg, which is smaller in size but packs the same high-quality punch the company is known for.
There are currently no specific details on what products to expect from the revitalized Epos. Judging from what FinkTeam currently offers though, we’re sure to see lots of heart and dedication in their upcoming loudspeakers.
For current Epos owners, Creek Audio will still handle the aftersales support of all models prior to this acquisition.