ADCOM ANNOUNCES THEIR NEW GTP -602 STEREO TUNER/PREAMP WHICH DELIVERS SUPERIOR AUDIO PERFORMANCE

The GTP-602 is The Perfect Solution for Whole-House Automation Systems

Scottsdale, AZ - September 2004: ADCOM, the industry¹s legendary component manufacturer who virtually invented the tuner/pre -amp, announces the arrival of their GTP -602 stereo tuner/preamp. Built on ADCOM¹s successful heritage of affordable, high -performance audio products, the GTP -602, which replaces the GTP -502, features remarkable sound at an outstanding price.


According to Matt Lyons, ADCOM¹s vice president of business development, "Audiophiles will find the GTP -602 offers amazing imaging and phenomenal sound. Our remarkably sounding tuner/preamp was designed with performance and reliability in mind. The GTP -602 offers all the necessary features needed for ease of installation, including RS232 network control, discrete IR and remote control. With respect to pricing, it is consistent with our unbeatable performance/value relationship, which is state -of -the -art components at affordable rates. The GTP -602 is the perfect solution for audiophiles, hobbyists and custom installers alike."

ADCOM¹s GTP -602 is loaded with superior product features. It includes Class A BiFET analog circuitry, 100kHz audio bandwidth for high -resolution audio and RDS AM/FM tuner with 24 direct access presets. The GTP -602 includes one phono stage input, a unique feature not commonly found in tuner/preamps today. ADCOM¹s GTP -602 also offers four stereo analog inputs, three pairs of main stereo outputs and one pair fix level tape output to track main source selection. System controls feature RS232 advanced interface, all discrete IR commands, dual rear panel IR inputs, dual 12 -volt trigger outs and remote control with source control. The GTP -602, available in anodized black finish, comes with a five -year parts and labor warranty. It retails for $800 and will be available in September.

About ADCOM: Established in 1971, ADCOM revolutionized the idea of low price and high performance in separate audio components, redefining the idea of value in the marketplace. For more than 30 years, ADCOM has devoted itself to developing products that perform at the cutting edge of technology, while offering exceptional reliability and value to discerning consumers. As a division of Klein Technology Group, LLC located in Scottsdale, Arizona, ADCOM has received numerous awards for innovative technology, reliability and performance.

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