Indy Audio Labs to launch 2 Aragon brand amplifiers at CEDIA EXPO 2012

Indy Audio Labs officials will participate in a media preview event at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 5 in the Sagamore Ballroom of the Indiana Convention Center.

INDIANAPOLIS - Indy Audio Labs LLC, a designer and manufacturer of high-end consumer electronics, will launch two products during an event Sept. 5-8 at the Indiana Convention Center, 100 S. Capitol Ave., Indianapolis.


Company officials will demonstrate the Iridium amplifier and the 8008 amplifier, two models in the Aragon brand of home electronics, during CEDIA (Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association) EXPO 2012. Indy Audio Labs will be located in booth 1131.

Rick Santiago, CEO and co-founder of Indy Audio Labs, described the demonstrations.
"We will play audio for attendees who want to experience first-hand the power and precise detail these amps deliver," he said. "Industry veterans familiar with the brand won't be surprised at the outstanding audio performance, but we will raise eyebrows and solicit grins as we demonstrate our proprietary built-in Enhanced Ethernet Control technology. It revolutionizes how home audio system control, customization and monitoring is accomplished."

Santiago said the Iridium is the company's flagship single-channel differential monoblock amplifier, and the 8008 is a dual monoblock amplifier that features two independent channels. Both are designed, built and tested in Indiana.
"Unlike many amplifiers on the market, these are designed to remain neutral sounding and stable for a variety of loudspeaker loads," he said. "CEDIA EXPO 2012 is the perfect event to present our solutions to the industry's need for combining high-performance audio for home theaters and listening rooms with state-of-the-art, easy-to-operate automation systems."

In addition to the scheduled exhibit hours, Indy Audio Labs officials will participate in a media preview event at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 5 in the Sagamore Ballroom of the Indiana Convention Center.
Indy Audio Labs is based in the Purdue Research Park of Indianapolis.

About Indy Audio Labs LLC
Founded in late 2008 by Rick Santiago and Ted Moore, Indy Audio Labs (http://www.induaudiolabs.com) designs and manufactures audio and video electronics under the Aragon and Acurus brand names. Rick Santiago is the company's CEO. Aragon and Acurus were originally established by Mondial Designs in the mid-eighties and have, over time, established a worldwide reputation for providing a unique combination of American-made high-end A/V performance at a sensible cost for enthusiasts and sound professionals alike. Indy Audio Labs are members in good standing of CEA and CEDIA.

About Purdue Research Park
The Purdue Research Park (http://www.purdueresearchpark.com), with four locations across Indiana, has the largest university-affiliated business incubation complex in the country. The park network is home to about 200 companies that employ 4,000 people and are located in West Lafayette, Indianapolis, Merrillville and New Albany.

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