Meridian Audio Names Memphis -Based Phoenix Unequaled Home Entertainment as New Dealer

Meridian Audio announces the addition of its newest dealer in the Memphis area.

Austell, Georgia, September, 2008 -Meridian Audio, the British manufacturer of stunningly stylish yet technologically sophisticated digital audio and video systems, is pleased to announce that it has added Phoenix Unequaled Home Entertainment as its newest dealer in the Memphis area.


Meridian has become legendary for its stylish products that create breathtaking high -definition images and stunning surround -sound. The company is master of accurately reproducing the auditory and visual 'clues' that help create images of sound and color with such purity and integrity that it is as if you hear them through the ears of the record producer or see them through the eyes of the film director. Beyond creating extraordinary sound and pictures, Meridian has always set new standards for elegant, iconic design, with, for example, the classic 1970's Lecson on permanent display in the New York Museum of Modern Art.

"We are thrilled to be working with Scott and his team at Phoenix Unequaled Home Entertainment," said Ryan Chicoine, Sales Specialist for Meridian. "Meridian provides best -in¬class audio and video solutions and therefore we seek to partner with the very best dealers, and in Memphis, Phoenix was the obvious choice. Scott's reputation for offering the highest quality of service, and using the finest materials available makes our association a natural fit."

Scott Fuelling, President of Phoenix Unequaled Home Entertainment stated, "We welcomed the opportunity to represent Meridian's full line of products. Their philosophy of quality and performance first is a solid fit for Phoenix's approach in the marketplace. We will soon be showcasing a complete audio/video system in our Design Studio and are excited to show our customers the level of performance that Meridian products can deliver."

Phoenix is a nationally recognized, award -winning custom residential electronics systems integration firm specialized in engineering, sales, installation, service and support of all electronics systems. In business since 1994, Phoenix is the oldest and largest firm in the mid -south area. With a staff of highly trained, certified engineers, designers, programmers and technicians, Phoenix offers turnkey solutions with the best customer service and support available.

About Meridian Audio Limited
Meridian is based in Huntingdon, near Cambridge, UK, and was founded in 1977 by Allen Boothroyd and Bob Stuart. With a 30 -year history of innovation and development of the highest quality consumer audio systems, the award -winning company is widely recognized as a world leader in digital and analogue audio reproduction. Meridian developed the world's first audiophile CD player, the world's first consumer digital surround controller, developed the MLP lossless packing systems mandated for use in DVD -Audio and Blu¬ray Disc, and is the only UK audio hardware manufacturer to be a member of the DVD Forum. The company's optical disc players, DSP -based loudspeakers and Meridian Digital Theatre systems are unique in the industry, maintaining a super -quality digital audio signal throughout the path from the source to the amplifier, and using digital signal processing to generate advanced crossover characteristics that would be impossible with conventional passive analogue systems.

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