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Crowson Showcases TES 100 with Fortress Seating at FutureTech Expo, 27 May 2004

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Santa Barbara CA, May, 2004/Crowson Technology — Crowson Technology, makers of 2004’s hottest home theater product, the TES 100 (Tactile Effects System), will join with Fortress Seating to exhibit at the 2004 FutureTech Expo on May 27th in Pleasanton, California. The TES 100 dramatically improves existing home theaters by augmenting sight and sound with amazingly realistic and powerful vibrational motion.

Now you can see, hear and FEEL the gut-wrenching punch of a fiery explosion, the bone-jarring crack of a gunshot, the deep, rhythmic vibrations of a powerful muscle car, or the warm, soothing resonance of a cello.

The “Future Technology Expo” is an impressive display of cutting-edge technology, spanning a wide electronics spectrum. The theme, “Future Technology, Arrived Today,” says it all. Crowson Tech will proudly exhibit the world’s finest tactile bass reproduction device, the TES 100, alongside technology giants such as Microsoft and HP, and industry newcomers such as American Chariot and Deep Video Imaging.

See Crowson Technology’s TES 100 (Tactile Effects System), the product that’s “MOVING Home Theater to the Next Level…” at the Future Technology Expo, May 27th at the Carr America Conference Center, 4400 Rosewood Drive, Pleasanton, CA, 12:00pm to 7:00pm. Open to the public.

For more event information: www.ebig.org/futuretech
For more about Crowson Technology: www.crowsontech.com

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