Electrograph Boosts Audio Offering with Addition of JBL Professional Loudspeaker Systems

Control Speaker Line Provides Powerful, Compact and Flexible Audio Support to Any Commercial Display Application

February 8, 2008 - HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK - Electrograph Systems, Inc., a leading national distributor of display technology solutions, is helping commercial resellers augment their audiovisual display installations and increase sales and profitability potential with the addition of JBL Professional loudspeakers. Electrograph and JBL Professional have completed a distribution agreement by which the Control Series of loudspeaker systems are now available for order directly through Electrograph.

"JBL Professional has some of the best known and highest regarded speakers in the commercial marketplace - our customers know, love and ask for this line," said Randall Rosenbaum, senior product manager, Electrograph Systems, Inc. "Since every restaurant, school, conference room and stadium display application will also need a speaker system, the JBL Professional line gives our resellers a dependable and profitable add -on audio option."

JBL Professional Speakers: The Industry Standard The JBL Control Series combines high performance, compact design and rugged construction into a line of loudspeaker systems that is also one of the easiest to install. Perfect for applications with tight corners and tough angles, the Control series includes a wide variety of mounting systems that can be easily positioned for optimum performance.

The Control® 1 Pro features a professional crossover network coupled with professional drivers making it ideal for even the most demanding near -field audio applications, while the Control 5™ is a wide -range control monitor suitable for use as a primary sound source in a variety of applications like recording studios, A/V control rooms, remote trucks and broadcast studios. Clean, functional visual design also makes the Control 5 ideal for foreground music systems, moderate level sound reinforcements, nightclubs and music playback systems.

About JBL Professional
Headquartered in Northridge, California, JBL Professional is the world's leading designer, manufacturer, and marketer of professional loudspeakers for recording and broadcast, musician, cinema, touring sound, commercial sound and contracting applications. Celebrating its 60th Anniversary in 2006, JBL Professional is the proud recipient of the 2005 Technical GRAMMY® award. JBL Professional is part of the Harman International network of professional and consumer audio companies. For complete product and company information, go to the JBL Professional website at www.jblpro.com.

About Electrograph
Founded in 1982, Electrograph Systems, Inc. is a leading national distributor of display technology solutions, including plasma displays, LCD displays, LCD and DLP™ projectors, and other specialty displays. In 2006, the company acquired ActiveLight, CineLight and International Computer Graphics, all leading A/V national distributors. With 11 regional offices, nine distribution centers and a network of more than 5,000 reseller partners and integrators, Electrograph is one of the largest plasma display distributors in the U.S. and is the only distributor to operate a certified InfoComm trained nationwide sales and service network. The company specializes in display, audio, connectivity and other complementary technologies for both the consumer and commercial markets. For more information, visit the company's website at www.electrograph.com.

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