FULL RANGE AUDIO DEBUTS AT CES 2004

New Speaker Company Offers Premium Products and Tremendous Values for the Dealer

Las Vegas, NV - January 8 -11, 2004 - LVCC SO 1&2/18432 - Full Range Audio, a new speaker company out of Cerritos, California, will make their first appearance at CES 2004 with a display of flush mounted speakers and volume controls. With products designed to provide powerful home theater sound and blend smoothly with home décor, Full Range Audio will offer a unique philosophy to dealers and custom installers.


Full Range Audio will direct all of their attention to the custom installation market, focusing on accommodating the needs of the installer with a complete line of quality products. The entire Full Range line has been designed, developed and manufactured not only for their outstanding quality, but also for their incredible value. "At Full Range Audio, we're flexible and responsive to our dealers and distributors," states Kristin Bagley, Marketing Manager. "By focusing solely on these channels and restricting Internet sales, we'll ultimately provide better support and service for the consumer through our dealer network."

At CES 2004, Full Range will present the Everest Series™ of flush mount speakers and the Yeti Series™ of Volume Controls. The Everest Series currently consists of three in -ceiling models (5 ¼", 6 ½", and 8") as well as 6 ½" in -wall speakers. Featuring built -in treble and bass switches and suspended pivoting tweeter, the Everest line is designed for wider sound dispersion and horn loaded for better bass. Tweeter and midrange level controls allow you to tailor the speakers' frequency response to better match the room's acoustics. This way, the speakers can be positioned and adjusted to fill any room with rich and powerful sound.

The Everest Series of speakers provides ease of installation with the option of rough -in bracket kits to save time and enhance performance. In order to fully meet today's needs of blending technology and lifestyle, Full Range speakers can be painted to match all surfaces.

The Yeti Series of volume control units have a unique adjustable design that allows them to be used as impedance matching volume control when 2x, 4x, 8x or 16x positions are selected. Or, Yeti controls can be used as a standard stereo non -impedance matching volume control when 1x positions are selected. When the impedance matching switch positions are selected, this design enables you to connect up to 16 pairs of 8 -ohm speakers or 8 pairs of 4 -ohm speakers to an 8 -ohm stable amplifier and operate them simultaneously without fear of amplifier overload.

All Full Range Audio products offer a five -year limited warranty and are shipping in early 2004. For more information, product photography or to request a unit for review, please contact Kristin Bagley at kbagley@fullrangeaudio.com or 562.639.2570. Visit Full Range on the web at www.fullrangeaudio.com.

Full Range Audio pushes the limits of innovation, technology and materials to develop a premier line of flush mounted full range speakers for the custom installation market.

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