Adamson & Holland

25 years in the Manawatu



Sonetics Corporation, founded in 1988, manufactures communications equipment for challenging audio environments. We are the leader in ground support and emergency responder communications. As we look to the future, Sonetics will continue to enter new markets and focus on designing and engineering innovative products that exceed our customer’s high expectations, as well as provide customizable engineering solutions.

Sonetics Corporation is the parent company of Flightcom Corporation. Flightcom, founded in 1983 as Oregon Avionics, manufactures headsets, intercoms, and related accessories for the general and corporate aviation markets, ground support industry, as well as for military use. As a leading manufacturer of cockpit communications, Flightcom’s products are distributed through an extensive network that includes 450 dealers worldwide and is represented in over 30 countries.

In addition to Flightcom Corporation, Sonetics is also the parent company to Firecom, founded in 1990. Firecom is the industry leader in providing headsets, intercoms and wireless systems to the fire apparatus and emergency services industry. Firecom manufactures a full line of communications products and accessories for this and other high noise environments worldwide.

Sonetics introduced the first wireless headset to the fire and rescue industry in 2008 and currently we have sold thousands of wireless headsets to first responders.

To view the Sonetics Product range, simply click on the "Products" tab at the top of the page, or click on the quick links, which can be found on the right hand side of the page.


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