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Get Digital, Inc. and Sonos, Inc. Team to Provide Consumers High Quality Digital Media Solutions for the Home



INDIANAPOLIS & SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — February 9, 2005 — Get Digital, Inc., the premier provider of CD ripping and high quality data tagging services, and Sonos, Inc., the developer of the award-winning Sonos Digital Music System, today announced a strategic relationship targeting the needs of music fans. The companies are focused on providing consumers with products and services that address demands for flexibility and control of digital media. With the purchase of the Sonos Digital Music system, consumers will receive a coupon for 25 CDs converted to digital files by Get Digital for free, providing music lovers with the fastest, most convenient access to their CD collection.

“As we bring the digital stereo of the future to the market, it is important for us to align with service providers that help consumers move to the flexible world of digital media,” said Chris Fowler, Director of Customer Support and Operations, Sonos, Inc. “Get Digital’s high-quality of service reflects the same level of class and value that our owners get when they purchase the Sonos Digital Music System.”

“The Sonos/Get Digital solution provides the consumer with the easiest way of converting an existing CD collection to digital files that can be played anywhere in the home,” said Doug Strachota, Founder & CEO, Get Digital, Inc. “By using the most accurate CD data available in the marketplace, Get Digital has a distinguished capability of properly organizing collections, including CD covers, to be displayed on the award winning Sonos user interface. We are excited to be working with such a ground breaking product and innovative team as Sonos.”

The Sonos Digital Music System is available online and at select retailers. Each Sonos ZonePlayer retails for $499.00. Each Sonos Controller retails for $399.00. Sonos offers an introductory bundle of two ZonePlayers and a Controller for $1,199.00. To find out more about the Sonos Digital Music System or place an order, please visit

Get Digital offers a fast, affordable, and easy-to-use method for converting large personal CD collections to MP3s or other digital audio files that can be used by today’s home, portable, and automotive audio players including MP3 jukebox products and personal computers. Get Digital’s patent pending high-speed transfer service including DataFix, a unique data verification process, can convert your collection to MP3s in a few hours and then return your collection. To learn more about Get Digital’s services, please visit

About Get Digital, Inc.
Founded in 2003, Get Digital, Inc. provides a fast, cost effective, and easy-to-use solution for converting CD collections to computer files formats such as MP3, WMA, and others. Get Digital utilizes custom software and equipment to automate this process and provide the most efficient method accessible to anyone that supports all the MP3 devices available today. Get Digital brings together a team of professionals who have helped pioneer the digital audio industry through experience with companies such as Thomson, Texas Instruments, and Escient. Get Digital is supported by a software development team with expertise in digital media devices, application development, and database management. For more information, please visit

About Sonos, Inc.
Sonos has a team of highly-talented, music-loving software developers, audio engineers, hardware engineers, industrial and interactive designers, and usability engineers. Working side-by-side, they’ve created the Sonos Digital Music System, the first and only multi-room digital music system with a wireless, full-color LCD screen controller. Sonos is a privately-held company, headquartered in Santa Barbara, CA with offices in Cambridge, MA. To find out more about the company or the Sonos Digital Music System, please visit:

Media Contact:
Thomas Meyer
Sonos, Inc.
714.389.4639 — office
949.212.6201 — cell

Kristen Stonecipher
Get Digital, Inc.

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