Prospec Electronics

Mar 3, 2020

Prospec Electronics has signed West Coast Sales to represent its award-winning, high-performance outdoor audio products throughout the western US and Canada. Dave Sykes, president and CEO, made the announcement.

Since 1971, West Coast Sales has represented a wide range of manufacturers to dealers, distributors, retailers and OEMs. Led by Jason Kennedy and Mike Steiner, the rep group’s territory includes Alaska, Arizona, British Columbia, California, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington and Wyoming. Its website is

“Prospec Electronics has a reputation as a pioneer in audio innovation with products and brands unique in the marketplace,” said Kennedy. “We’re looking forward to a successful relationship promoting the JBL by Harman and Infinity by Harman lines of performance audio equipment.”

“We’re excited to partner with West Coast Sales for representation on the West Coast,” said Josh Berry, Prospec VP of sales and marketing. “They’re highly respected and recommended, and understand the unique technical aspects associated with 12V audio.”

Prospec Electronics transforms how people listen to music outdoors. It offers a wide range of receivers, amplifiers, speakers, subwoofers, remotes and complete stereo packages from JBL by Harman, Infinity by Harman, MPro and Milennia audio brands.

Contact Prospec Electronics, 3325 S Morgans Point Rd., Mt. Pleasant, SC  29466.;; YouTube:

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