XANTECH MRC88 Controller/Amplifier Wins EH EXPO Distributed Audio Award

Long Beach, CA - November 16, 2004 - Electronic House Expo has announced that Xantech Corporation has won the 2004 Distributed Audio Award, sponsored by CEA for best multi-room product in the category of $1000 per zone or more.

Long Beach, CA - November 16, 2004 - Electronic House Expo has announced that Xantech Corporation has won the 2004 Distributed Audio Award, sponsored by CEA for best multi -room product in the category of $1000 per zone or more. The third annual program honored products displaying exceptional innovation, functionality, and value. Winners were announced in a ceremony held in conjunction with EHX on November 16, in Long Beach, California.


The Third Annual Competition Recognizing Multiroom Audio Technology to Honor Industry's Finest was held on Monday, November 15, 2004 before the start of the Electronic House Expo. Xantech competed against many of the industry's finest products and won handily.
The MRC88 is a 15 source, eight zone audio and video distribution controller/amplifier. It has the ability to control devices via IR, RS232 and Contact Closure. With it's built -in power management capabilities, robust audio amplifiers, ease of installation and consumer friendly keypads the MRC88 provides designers, dealers, installers and the end user with the best value in the industry.

For more information contact Xantech Corporation at 800 843 -5465 or email us at Sales@xantech.com http://www.xantech.com

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