XANTECH OFFERS FREE ONLINE EDUCATIONAL TRAINING MODULES

Modules Can Be Self-Paced or Downloaded As PowerPoint Presentations

Sylmar, Calif. - September 17, 2007 - Xantech Corporation has announced a series of free educational training modules that can be viewed online with an audio track as a self -paced video presentation or downloaded as a PowerPoint type presentation with the script used for the audio track. The modules are designed to act as advanced support documentation that can be used in conjunction with the Xantech catalog.


"We found most people want quick and easy access to information about the Xantech brand and solutions to problems integrators encounter before, during or after an installation," said Graham Hallett, president of Xantech. "Each module is focused on a specific portion of the many integration, distribution and control solutions available from the industry."

The course work was developed to offer deeper and more meaningful knowledge of the Xantech product range but is also designed to act as advanced support documentation that can be used in conjunction with the Xantech catalog.

Each chapter is 35 -50 seconds long, while each module is kept to about 15 minutes in total. The chapters can be directly accessed when an individual quick answers, while the modules are built from simple to most advanced in a progressive presentation format.

"We have tried to first explain the problem, and then how Xantech engineered creative and reliable solutions to real world installation problems," according to Hallett. The modules also include selling oriented "sound bites" and benefit presentations of the features offered by Xantech products.

Extensive investments have been made by Xantech to do the best job possible communicating a plethora of information to regional sales managers, independent representatives, buyers and merchants, system designers, installers and integrators, business owners and Xantech salespeople at the company's dealers and distributors.

In Brief: Release Summary
• Xantech will now offer online training modules.
• Coursework includes information about Xantech brand and solutions to problems integrators encounter.
• Modules can be viewed as self -paced video presentation or downloaded as a PowerPoint presentation.
• Each module runs about 15 minutes.

About Xantech Corporation

Established in 1969, Xantech Corporation (www.xantech.com) designs and manufactures an extensive range of state of the art A/V Distribution and Control Systems, and Component Products, many of which have become the de facto industry standards. Since 1969, over two million of these systems have been installed worldwide.

The Xantech product line includes LCD Touchpanel Controllers, Multi -Zone, Multi -Source Audio/Video Systems, Multi -Zone, Multi -Source Pre -amplifiers, Multi -Channel Audio Amplifiers, Infrared Receivers, Remote Control Switchers, Interface Modules, IR Connecting Blocks, IR Emitters, Volume Controls and IR Accessories. Products are sold to Professional Installers and Distributors directly from Xantech.

Xantech's products are marketed in North and South America, Australia, New Zealand, Asia and Europe. Xantech is a subsidiary of Nortek, Inc. (www.nortek -inc.com), a multinational manufacturer and distributor of building products for residential and commercial markets. Nortek, established in 1967, is headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island.

For additional information about Xantech and its innovative products, please visit www.xantech.com.

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