NXG TECHNOLOGY, LLC., DEBUTS NEW 'CUSTOM SERIES' LINE OF IN -WALL AND IN -CEILING SPEAKERS

NXG TECHNOLOGY, LLC. DEBUTS NEW 'CUSTOM SERIES' LINE OF IN-WALL AND IN-CEILING SPEAKERS, DESIGNED ESPECIALLY FOR THE CUSTOM INSTALLATION MARKET - OFFERS UNPARALLELED PERFORMANCE, AT AFFORDABLE PRICE POINTS.

SCOTTSDALE, AZ. - October 17, 2005 - NXG Technology, LLC., a major designer, manufacturer and marketer of affordable high performance in -wall / in -ceiling speaker systems, volume controls and cables today announced that it has begun shipping their new Custom Series line of speakers. The new line of moderately priced, premium, speakers is designed specifically for the custom installation market. NXG Custom Series satisfies the needs of custom installers and home theater professionals by offering the latest in speaker design technology and performance at price points most speaker manufacturers just can not match.


Designed for today's listening environments and lifestyles, NXG has given the Custom Series line of speakers the ability to deliver superior musical accuracy and serious home theater impact. Innovative technology and design features are prevalent in the Custom Series. Case in point is the Custom Series NX -62HTC, a 6 -½ inch, two -way oval ceiling speaker with pivoting dome tweeter. The unique oval shape and angled design of the NX -62HTC baffle housing allows for more accurate imaging when used for front channel in -ceiling left/center/right home theater applications. NXG Custom Series models feature aluminum anodized polycarbonate cone woofers with rubber surrounds, liquid cooled soft dome or titanium dome tweeters, reduced resonance baffle design, integrated C -clamp mounting systems and optional installation rough -in kits for new construction. The NXG Custom Series offers four in -wall models six in -ceiling models.

NXG Technology's Custom Series is available to custom -installation professionals, independent retailers and home theater designers, through an exclusive US distribution agreement with DBL Distributing, Inc. of Scottsdale, Arizona. "We are excited to be the only distributor of NXG Technology products in the United States," states David Lorsch, DBL's president and CEO. "No other brand offers this level of quality and value to the custom installer."

About NXG Technology, LLC.
Founded in 1999, NXG Technology, LLC., designs, manufactures, and markets high performance audio / video products for use in whole house music and audio video systems. Highly regarded for their innovative marketing and distribution principles, NXG is best known for its ability to consistently deliver innovative products that offer superior performance and value. NXG products are distributed through an exclusive distribution agreement with DBL Distributing, Inc. For more information about NXG products, contact 800.733.6766.

About DBL Distributing, Inc.
DBL Distributing Inc. is one of the nation's top distributors of consumer electronics accessories and related products, with more than 32,000 retail customers nationwide. Headquartered in a custom -built 144,000 square foot facility in Scottsdale, Arizona, DBL carries more than 14,000 products from more than 300 quality manufacturers. Offering services such as same day shipping, best price for 1 or 100 pieces and a no minimum order policy, DBL's business strategy proves that customers come first. For more information please visit http://www.dbldistributing.com/.

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