A NEW Soliloquy

Soliloquy will introduce two brand new series of loudspeakers at the January CES this year under the Soliloquy brand, along with several new AAD and Marsh Sound Design products.

Soliloquy's President David Berman, stated today that Soliloquy was conspicuously absent from this year's CEDIA due to a very tight timeline on the introduction of it's new product lines for 2004. Additionally, Soliloquy has formed a partnership with Rotel Shoji Inc. of Japan to distribute the Soliloquy lineup in the Japanese market.


"We were in a very precarious position. We understood that CEDIA is one of our biggest shows every year and that in a year where the industry has been struggling a bit, we wanted our customers to know there was still some aggressive opportunity out there. We have been addressing market changes with some aggressive promotion of our existing product line to drive business now and at the same time, we have made a huge investment in the complete re -design of the Soliloquy products for addressing future market conditions. These efforts have been coupled with some very strong review support of our products in recent months."

Soliloquy's new products will boast improved cabinet designs with several new finish options. A new driver and tweeter package as well as their proprietary WaveLaunch (TM) technology are also available in an upgrade version. Additional changes include Analysis Plus cabling inside, new sound dampening compounds and improvements to the crossover network.

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