HHB Canada Turns 20

[![(L-R) HHB Canada's Norman Verrall, Tracy Carbert, Warren Beck, Dave Dysart, Dianne Dunford, Mark Holman & Dave Misener](/content/images/2017/05/HHB-staff_REV-300x204.jpg)](/content/images/2017/05/HHB-staff_REV.jpg)(L-R) HHB Canada’s Norman Verrall, Tracy Carbert, Warren Beck, Dave Dysart, Dianne Dunford, Mark Holman & Dave Misener
On April 1 2017, HHB Canada had its 20th birthday.

Based in Toronto, HHB Canada had its first day of trading on April 1, 1997. A subsidiary of HHB Communications of London UK, HHB Canada began with a small staff of two people in the office and three independent sales reps. It’s now grown to be one of the most prominent audio distributors in Canada.

HHB Canada’s early products included HHB recording media, HHB DAT and CD recorders, Cedar Audio, and Coles microphones. The company rapidly expanded, servicing the Canadian MI, broadcast, and pro audio markets. Numerous brands joined the growing roster of products, including SSL, Universal Audio, and many others. Now representing over 20 brands, HHB and HHB distributed products are sold through all major MI, production, pro audio, and DJ dealers across Canada.

Lead by company president Dave Dysart, in 2017 the company has expanded to seven inside staff members along with four independent sales reps. Dysart says his company is proud to represent many of the best brands in the industry, and counts as its clients the countries top resellers, studios, broadcasters, and artists.

For more information, contact HHB Canada: 416-867- 9000,,

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Michael Raine is the Editor-in-Chief at Canadian Musician, Canadian Music Trade, Professional Sound, and Professional Lighting & Production magazines. He also hosts the Canadian Musician Podcast.
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