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Dual Enters the Home Video/PC Monitor Market With Three Flat-Panel Models

DUAL ENTERS THE HOME VIDEO/PC MONITOR MARKET
WITH THREE, ULTRA-FLEXIBLE FLAT PANEL LCD MODELS

— Performance and Value Are Hallmarks
of Dual’s Entry Into Video Market —

Las Vegas, NV, Booth #5620, January 3, 2005 — Making good on its promise to deliver a new selection of flat-panel LCD televisions that exemplify the company’s approach to high quality and exceptional value, Dual Electronics today announced that the first three models will ship in late Q1 ’05.

The initial selection of flat panel LCD television monitors will include the 15″ DLC15S (SRP: $499), 17″ DLC17S (SRP: $699), and 20″ DLC20S (SRP: $799). All three models are designed to provide years of crisp, clear performance, as well as a variety of placement and mounting options.

“After announcing our intent to enter the TV market last year, we decided to step back to see what specific technologies and options would appeal to the largest, quality-conscious audience,” said Gary Wilson, Product Manager, Namsung America, Inc., parent company of Dual Electronics. “Our dealers were very clear about needing products that are unquestioningly reliable, with picture quality that’s on a par with the most expensive models on the shelves. That, combined with flexible placement and ease of use, are what we instilled in each of these monitors.”

For TV and PC
All three of Dual’s LCD flat-panel monitors are designed for both television viewing and personal computing. Users can choose from four picture modes — standard, custom, dynamic, and soft — making it easy to adapt to any lighting condition, while S-Video and A/V inputs allow for direct connection of additional components such as DVD players without having to route them through a receiver or processor.

Just as Dual’s new monitors complement a home theater system, each model presents an impeccable solution for PC users, with razor sharp details that illuminate even the smallest typeface. Along with a standard VGA/SVGA/XGA input, there is a Vesa D-Sub 15 pin connector and an auto tracking feature.

The DLC15S and DLC20S present a 4:3 aspect ratio, while the DLC17W is 16:9 (widescreen). All three models are wall mountable with standard after-market mounting brackets. (Not included.) Convenience features include a remote control.

For more information about Dual Electronics’ new selection of LCD flat-panel TV/PC monitors, contact Adam Sohmer, SOHMER ASSOCIATES, LLC, 718-499-9161 (voice/fax), 347-512-0066 (cell), adam@sohmerassoc.com.

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Dual Electronics, a subsidiary of Namsung America, Inc., is based in Heathrow, FL. Managed by Jim Braun, President and CEO; Clyde Podraza, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Sales; and Matt Vinson, Senior Vice President of Product Planning and Procurement, Dual offers a wide selection of mobile electronics, marine electronics, and home audio loudspeakers, and will soon market an extensive line of consumer televisions and DVD+R recorders. For further information, visit the company’s web site, www.dualav.com, or contact Adam Sohmer, SOHMER ASSOCIATES, 718-499-9161 (voice/fax), 347-512-0066 (cell), adam@sohmerassoc.com.

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