PARADIGM ANNOUNCES THE ON -WALL VERSION OF THE AWARD WINNING MONITOR SERIES

The same depth and color of a plasma TV, these new speakers are a compliment in sound and decor.

ONTARIO, CANADA - Paradigm Electronics Inc. recently unveiled its on -wall version of its award -winning third -generation Monitor Series. An interior designer's dream, the new speakers are ideal in any application where space is at a premium and wall placement is the consumer's preferred choice. The newest on -wall Monitor Series combines innovative high -end design technology with a look and a sound that belies its affordable price.


The new generation on -wall version of the popular Monitor Series speakers is the perfect solution for wall -mounted Plasma and LCD TVs. On -wall speakers are a great alternative where retrofitting an in -wall speaker just isn't possible, and with the proliferation of "hang 'em on the wall" flat panel TVs, on -walls are a perfect high -tech design solution. For the condo or apartment resident, the on -wall Monitor Series frees up floor space, allowing consumers to enjoy exceptional home -theater sound quality in a minimal space.

These on -walls feature all of the technological advances found in the third -generation Monitor Series. The Controlled WaveGuide™ chassis design represents trickle -down technology from the company's extremely successful Paradigm® Reference Studio Series. The proprietary WaveGuide™ technology promotes wide dispersion and maximally flat response across a very large listening window. The 1" PTD™ pure -titanium dome tweeter was stiffened in the new Monitor series without increasing mass, thereby maximizing the sound quality, in particular, the clarity of upper harmonics.

Bass/midrange drivers feature ICP™ injection -molded co -polymer cones with newly designed motor structures, bullet -shaped dustcaps and larger magnets for far more openness and detail, along with greater midrange clarity, expanded definition, clearer response in the low frequencies, and overall greater sensitivity and power handling.

The new on -wall Monitor series is composed of the OW -Mini Monitor (bookshelf), the OW -Monitor 5 (bookshelf) and the OW -CC -370 (center channel). The speakers retail in the U.S. at $379/pair, $569/pair and $369/each, respectively.

For more information about Paradigm Electronics, to obtain a review system or if you would like digital images, please contact Kimberly Lancaster at Caster Communications, Inc. klancaster@castercomm.com, or log onto our web site at www.castercomm.com.


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As a recognized leader in high -performance speaker design, Paradigm has what it takes to build great sounding speakers. Innovative design, advanced materials and state -of -the -art engineering have made Paradigm an international leader in speaker design. For the dealer nearest you please contact Paradigm Electronics: (T) 905.632.0180. (F) 905.632.0183. Or log onto www.paradigm.com.




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