Summary: Contacta Systems has entered an exclusive distribution deal with National Audio Systems for the Australia-New Zealand market.


1. Contacta Systems will exclusively distribute its assistive listening products through National Audio Systems in Australia and New Zealand.

2. Both companies have longstanding reputations, with Contacta founded in 1970 and NAS in 1998, bringing significant experience to the partnership.

3. Both organizations emphasize customer-centric approaches and are dedicated to enhancing assistive listening technology for end-users.

Assistive listening company Contacta Systems has announced an exclusive Australia-New Zealand distribution deal with National Audio Systems.

Established in 1998, NAS (National Audio Systems) is a distributor of world-class professional audio and visual brands, focused on commercial installation and production markets across the two countries. The company’s ethos and focus are to provide the finest solutions, products, and industry leading customer service.

“For 25 years NAS has been an active leader in the assistive hearing technology space,” says Brad Kivela, business and product manager from NAS. “Our new partnership with Contacta excites all of us at NAS and we are humbled to be in a new partnership with such a great brand.

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“This new partnership enables customers to access market-leading wireless assistive hearing products, now including the latest inductive hearing loops.  NAS’s unwavering commitment and dedication to Contacta, our customers, and most importantly end users are at the forefront of our minds when we engage with assistive hearing technology stakeholders. We look forward to new and continued growth in this space with our new friends from Contacta.”

Founded in 1970, Contacta is known for its design, manufacture, and installation of assistive listening solutions. The UK-based company offers a range of technologies including 1-to-1 hearing loops, large area hearing loops, radio frequency (FM) systems, infrared systems (IR), and window intercoms. Their products are designed to create inclusive and hearing-accessible environments. 

Head of New Business Development at Contacta, Ran Meyrav, says, “We’re delighted to be working with NAS. Their knowledge and reputation in the assistive listening space offer us an established market. As well as their dedication to the needs of their clients, NAS put the end-user front and center, as we do. Aligned goals will make for a long and successful relationship.”

Featured image: NAS headquarters. Photo: NAS