SENCORE Offers Attractive Package Pricing On Industry -Leading Calibration Products for InfoComm 2010

Savings Offered Are Up to Half Off Standard List Prices

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - - June 3, 2010 - - SENCORE today announced three compellingly priced package deals on audio or video calibration products available to professional integrators in conjunction with InfoComm 2010. The three kits have been designed to provide dealers with the tools they need to support delivery of trouble -free, high -quality image and sound. While the annual show in Las Vegas runs through June 11, SENCORE will offer the special pricing through June 25.


Offered at almost half off the individual list prices, the SENCORE Video Calibration Starter Package includes the ColorPro by CalMAN™ Basic calibration software, and the CP5 Tri -stimulus Contact Colorimeter, which enables fast, accurate calibration of video displays with minimal manual adjustment. The Video Calibration Starter Package is offered at an MSRP of $1,995.

The full Video Calibration Package, offered at a 33 -percent savings over the cost of the individual products, bundles the versatile ColorPro by CalMAN Calibration Software; the SENCORE MP500 MediaPro Generator and HDMI Analyzer for quick, on -site verification testing of HDMI and analog video displays; an OTC1000 All Display Colorimeter for non -contact optical color analysis of various displays; a CC307A carrying case; three color filters; and a CIE chromaticity chart. The Video Calibration Package retails for $9,999.

The Audio Analyzing Package, offered at a 30 -percent discount over individual prices, features the SENCORE SP495 SoundPro handheld audio analyzer for use in convention centers, concert pavilions, theme parks, and other public sound control systems; the DAG5161 Digital Audio Generator, which provides signals for audio testing and room acoustical analysis; the MX399 Microphone Multiplexer, a companion to the SoundPro that helps test, adjust, and document the frequency response of multiple listening positions; a CC308 carrying case; and RS95 reporting software. The special package price on the Audio Analyzing Package is $5,999.

"We wanted to offer an incentive for our dealers in association with InfoComm this year," said Thomas Stingley, executive vice president of sales and marketing at SENCORE. "The result is three thoughtfully arrayed bundles that provide easy, affordable access to our most useful calibration equipment to arm professional integrators with the tools they need to ensure optimized sound and picture quality."

An engineering leader in the development of high -quality signal transmission solutions, SENCORE also offers a wider variety of easy -to -use audio and video measurement tools and signal generators that support delivery of trouble -free, high -quality image and sound in both residential and commercial settings.

The three June promotional packages - - Video Calibration Starter, full Video Calibration, and Audio Analyzing - - will be displayed by SENCORE at InfoComm 2010, booth N1017.

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About SENCORE
SENCORE is an engineering leader in the development of high -quality signal transmission solutions for the broadcast, cable, satellite, IPTV, telecommunications, and professional audio/video markets. The company's world -class portfolio includes video delivery products, system monitoring and analysis solutions, and test and measurement equipment, all designed to support system interoperability and backed by best -in -class customer support. SENCORE meets the rapidly changing needs of modern media by ensuring the efficient delivery of high -quality video from the source to the home. For more information, visit www.SENCORE.com.

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