San Francisco, CA, March 31, 2005 — soundmatters, inc. today announced that, for a limited time only, the company is offering a $50 rebate on sales of its stylish MAINstageTM single-box, multi-driver amplified speaker system with virtual surround technology.
Beginning today and continuing through May 31, 2005, consumers who purchase the original MAINstage (SRP: $249) will automatically receive a rebate coupon valued at $50.
“Next to the winter holidays, the ‘Moms, Dads and Grads’ selling season is one of our busiest times of the year, so we’re giving consumers an extra incentive to surprise their family and friends with the gift of great sound,” said Lee Adams, Vice President of Marketing, soundmatters, inc.
“MAINstage is designed for consumers who want to enjoy rich, full-bodied audio without cluttering up a room with speakers and cables,” added Adams. “From the dorm room to the den, the kitchen and the bedroom, MAINstage epitomizes soundmatters’ commitment to make unique great sounding products that are affordable, simple to use, and easy to enjoy.”
Designed by acclaimed consumer electronics pioneer Dr. Godehard Guenther, MAINstage accepts up to four inputs (DVD, Satellite/Cable, Analog Audio, Video Games) to produce sonics on par with traditional space-consuming home theater audio systems.
The fully digital MAINstage home theater system utilizes advanced technology to extract all spatial information from Dolby encoded software, as well as any standard CD or television audio feed. In particular, MAINstage uses special algorithms and patented loudspeaker technology to create a spatially correct virtual surround experience from multichannel DVD software and cablecasts.
soundmatters, inc. (www.soundmatters.com), headquartered in San Francisco, CA, is dedicated to developing consumer electronics that enhance, rather complicate consumers’ lifestyles. For further information, high-resolution images, product samples, and interviews with company executives, please contact Adam Sohmer, SOHMER ASSOCIATES, 718-499-9161 (voice/fax), 347-512-0066 (cell), firstname.lastname@example.org.