Third Edition of Rotel's Ultimate Insider's Guide to High-End Home Theater Now Available

Rotel's bible for home theater enthusiasts now available as digital download at www.rotel.com

North Reading, MA-July 13, 2012-Rotel Electronics has announced the release of its third edition of The Rotel Encyclopedia of Home Theater and Hi-Fi. Originally published in 1998, the new edition is now entitled Rotel's Ultimate Insider's Guide to High-End Home Theater, authored again by long time consultant and friend of The B&W Group, Len Schneider CEO of TechniCom Corporation. The new Guide is a comprehensive compilation of information for consumers and consumer electronics sales professionals alike covering a variety of topics about video basics, Blu-ray discs, new surround sound formats, computer audio, downloadable content files, and a host of other evolving technologies that have exploded in the last few years.


The Guide is available for sale on www.rotel.com for $19.95 in digital format only and is protected by tracking software to prevent sharing, printing or duplication.

Interested Journalists can contact Nicoll Public Relations above for a free download.

About Rotel Electronics
Rotel audio products are known worldwide for their quality, reliability, value, and, above all, exceptional sound reproduction. Since 1961, Rotel has utilized the resources of its formidable international design team and has manufactured its products in its own sophisticated production facilities. Rotel proudly offers a complete range of electronics that have consistently received critical acclaim and coveted industry awards. With substantial investment in new technologies and manufacturing, Rotel is prepared to meet the challenges of an evolving specialty electronics marketplace.

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