Clark Synthesis replaces two models with the new TST239-Silver offering $250.00 performance for $149.99

Clark Synthesis has outdone themselves again by creating the new TST239 -Silver. The TST239 is based on the highly successful TST229 that it replaces and marries technology found in the best selling TST329. The new TST239 has many technical improvements designed to match the higher priced TST329 ($249.99) in output. The TST239 is the highest performer in the industry for under 150.00.

"Replacing two models with one makes choosing a TST easier. With fewer models to choose from buyers have less confusion," shares Richard Hanson, President of Clark Synthesis. The new model transducer offers record -breaking performance with affordability. The TST239 offers the low cost of the TST229. Clark Synthesis has taken the high -output technology from their flagship model TST429 and incorporated it to produce a replacement that performs like the TST329. The new model will replace both the TST229 and TST329 models.

Capable of activating theater seats, chairs, recliners, floors, and risers, two models of transducers are currently available. The TST239 -Silver, traditionally used for consumer or cinema seating features a highly accurate, patented design. The most powerful TST device available on the market today, the TST429 -Platinum, has extended low -end response designed for the ultimate home theater sensory experience.

For the dealer nearest you, please contact: Clark Synthesis, Inc., 8020 Southpark Circle, Suite 600, Littleton, CO. 80120. (P) 800.898.1945. (F) 303.797.7501. Web Site:

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