NUVO'S LOW -COST SIMPLESE AUDIO SYSTEM RECOGNIZED FOR EXCELLENCE

Packed with the features of high-end systems, Simplese makes advanced home audio more obtainable than ever before.

January 20, 2004, CINCINNATI, OH -NuVo Technologies' versatile Simplese dual -source, four -zone audio distribution system is making a distinct impression on the industry. NuVo Technologies has already picked up several awards naming Simplese as a hot new product. Simplese has been acknowledged for successfully introducing affordable, groundbreaking technology.


Not only was Simplese selected as an Electronic House Product of the Year at the 2003 CEDIA Show in September, it was named "Best All -Inclusive Audio Distribution System" at the 2003 Electronic House Expo in November and chosen by the readers of CE Pro magazine as a "High Impact Product for 2003."

Packed with the features of high -end systems, Simplese makes advanced home audio more obtainable than ever before. It integrates seamlessly into the home, bringing superior home sound technology together with the simplicity of user -friendly design, all at an unprecedented low price of just $999. It is NuVo's most affordable and easy -to -use home sound system.

The Simplese joins the Essentia six -source, six -zone audio distribution system, the T3 3 -in -1 AM/FM tuner, and other new products to represent NuVo's complete high -value, customer -friendly approach. NuVo products may be seen at the company's comprehensive website at www.nuvotechnologies.com.

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