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Jamo Injects Color Into the Latest Flat Speaker

INDIANAPOLIS (January 8, 2007) – Jamo was one of the first companies in the world to launch a loudspeaker system with interchangeable covers. Today, it’s renewing the concept with the launch of the new Graphic model.

Designed in cooperation with designers Wojtek and Hansbaek this new wall-mounted stereo speaker combines a contemporary ultra-flat design — which measures a mere 3.15″ (80mm) deep — plus a 2-way, rear-ported drive unit configuration using a 5.25″ (133mm) woofer and 1″ (25mm tweeter) to deliver the correct level of crispness to highs and weight to lows.

Consumers receive three interchangeable pairs of speaker covers as standard: black, light brown and lime green. Want to change the look? Just swap the cover. Clever magnetic grille posts ensure that you can change the speaker’s look without special tools.

Underneath the cover you’ll find a black glass front panel, — which is not only sonically inert, but also looks fantastic. This glass panel is attached to a beveled cabinet that totally hides the mountings used to fix the speakers to the wall.

About Jamo
Jamo designs, manufactures and markets a range of high-quality consumer loudspeakers, electronics, control systems and accessories for the retail and installation industry. Jamo was founded in 1968 with focus on innovative technology and Danish design. Today, Jamo’s products are sold in more than 80 different countries including China, where there are over 100 company-owned and franchise Jamo retail stores. Jamo International is headquartered in Viborg, Denmark and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Klipsch Group, Inc.

Please visit the company’s web site at www.jamo.com

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