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FIREBIRD SOUNDS Inc. Introduces New CES Innovations 2005 Award Honoree – Wireless Digital Amplifier / Speaker Stand at CES

Mr. Daniel Chiang
Regional Director
Tel: 480-838-3881
Mobile: 602-300-9558

FIREBIRD SOUNDS Inc. Introduces New CES Innovations 2005 Award Honoree – Wireless Digital Amplifier / Speaker Stand at 2005 International CES

Las Vegas, Nevada, January 4, 2005 – FIREBIRD SOUNDS INC. is introducing FREENIXTM BS Series: High-end wireless (hybrid) digital amplifiers / speaker stands, featuring uncompressed wireless digital CD quality signals; and transforms regular speakers into wireless powered speakers. FIREBIRD SOUNDS INC., located in Room 2601, Alexis Park, is demonstrating this CES Innovations 2005 Award Honoree, along with other high-end wireless speakers solutions, its current line of high end home theater speakers, stereo speakers, AV cables, and speaker stands.

According to Daniel Chiang, regional director of Firebird Sounds Inc., “wireless products are no longer a low end solution. This digital wireless solution ensures that no audio signal is lost and greatly benefits today’s demanding high fidelity listening environment, offsetting the high price of high performance cables. It also provides flexible speakers and audio equipment placement to enhance your home decor, as well as improve sound stage.”

This innovative product is a high-end digital wireless (hybrid) digital amplifier and wireless digital transmitter. The optional wireless speaker base / speaker stand design seamlessly embeds a wireless digital amplifier into a functional speaker stand, making it both practical and cosmetic. It transforms your own conventional speakers into high-end wireless powered speakers. It has the flexibility to form wireless home theater speaker systems, or stand-alone wireless solution with speakers or subwoofers. It transmits and receives with uncompressed 2.4 GHz. wireless digital CD quality signals, with a built-in high efficiency Class D amplifier module (160 watts/4ohms, conversion efficiency rate of 85%) and 8 switchable channels. Each transmitter provides 2 different channels of signals, “broadcasting” to an unlimited number of wireless digital amplifiers. The product can have both commercial and residential use when connected with a variety of conventional speakers.

Mr. Chiang also mentions: “The audio market was once limited by the traditional wired setup, but the wireless digital amplifiers drastically increases the adaptability and flexibility of conventional speakers to provide ample applications and solutions. The existing wireless speaker solutions on the market are mostly low-end solutions and they are built into the speakers. Our innovative product is the only high-end wireless solution available for the audiophile to use their own favorite high-end speakers”

FIREBIRD SOUNDS INC., an Arizona-based company, has had experience in designing, developing, and manufacturing high-end audio products for more than 20 years. Its brand names FBS (Firebird Sounds) and Phoenix have been well received and recognized among various international trade shows, magazines, and audio enthusiasts since 1992.

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