AudioSource® Now Shipping New Retail Accessory Series

The New Series Includes HDMI, RCA, Component, Digital Coaxial, and Optical Cables, and Mini/MP3 Products Within the AudioSource Accessory Line

PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 17, 2008 - AudioSource® (Audiosource.net) is proud to announce that its new retail accessory line, including HDMI, RCA, component, digital coaxial, and optical cables, mini/MP3 headphones/earbuds, and new cleaning/care products are now shipping.


Features of the AudioSource Retail accessory line include:
• HDMI cable: supports 1080p 1.3b
• RCA connectors: high -quality, gold -plated connectors
• Audio cables: 100 percent shielded designs for superior noise suppression
• Video cables: 100 percent shielded with solid copper core conductors
• Flat Panel Cleaning Kit: non -abrasive cleaning solution and soft polish cloth for gentle screen cleaning

"In all, the new AudioSource accessory line is composed of more than 45 products," explained Stewart Millager, AudioSource director of engineering. "The new line is the perfect 'entry -level' complement to our new Phoenix Gold accessory line. Backed by Phoenix Gold's years of acclaimed design and accessory engineering, as well as our unwavering commitment to quality, AudioSource now provides a quality line of accessories across a broad spectrum of market necessities."

Due to continual product improvement, specifications subject to change without notice. Please contact Rodin for pricing.

Rodin is located at 9200 North Decatur Street, Portland, Oregon, USA 97203. For more information, please call 503 -978 -3321, or visit www.rodinaudio.com

Rodin is a Portland, Oregon -based company established in 1985 that designs and develops high quality high -performance products for the custom install home and the mobile audio markets. The company markets its products under the Phoenix Gold, AudioSource and Carver brands.

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