Can women sell speakers?

On one level I can see these are attractive women, engagingly posed and yet, on another, they have no place in this ad except to provide an excuse for derogatory puns about being "easy to mount" and "plastic" - which can mean superficial.

I'm left with the opinion that the company thinks their consumers want superficial things like attractive women rather than high fidelity speakers.

Maybe I'm the only feminist who reads audio magazines.