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Manufacturers Turn to Richard Grays Power Co. for CES Demonstrations



New Orleans, LA – January 22, 2007 — As a testament to their reputation within the industry, Richard Gray’s Power Co. power management systems protected and enhanced the audio video demonstrations of several premium manufacturers at CES. With trade show power often a polluted and unreliable entity, these companies have invested in RGPC power management systems to ensure the products they are demonstrating perform with the showroom precision necessary to grab people’s attention in the ultra-competitive, consumer electronics marketplace.

Some of the most prominent manufacturers plugging into RGPC power management components at CES 2007 are Sharp Electronics Corp., McIntosh and Audio Research. With their AQUOS Liquid Crystal technology and LCD monitors, Sharp is continuously shaping the market with cutting edge display technologies for consumer and professional applications. Representing high performance audio, McIntosh, the award-winning manufacturer of home and car audio components will also utilize RGPC power management in their demonstrations.

Enhancing the quality of musical performance through technological innovation has always been the hallmark of Audio Research. The company’s choice to include RGPC products is a testament to the importance of having clean, reliable power when re-producing musical performances for realism.

The CES trade show floor represents a microcosm of the overburdened electrical grids powering home theaters and media rooms everywhere. The increased power demands of electronics laden homes results in less than adequate current and excessive line noise that can degrade performance while leaving finely tuned gear susceptible to damage. Likewise, with all CES demonstrations tapped into the same power supply, it’s unlikely a manufacturer will get the performance they are seeking directly from the AC line. An RGPC power management system ensures the flow of current is constant, on-demand and protected from surges and other electrical anomalies.

RGPC’s Chief Operating Officer, Rick Komendera said, “We are proud to have the support of these fine manufacturers both on the CES 2007 show floor and in the industry. Our patented parallel technology can do things for performance that other power product manufacturers simply can’t deliver. An RGPC power management system offers the highest level of protection available while enhancing the performance by providing a lab quality supply of on-demand power. Sharp, McIntosh and Audio Research are progressive thinking companies that understand why the power supply is so important to their products.”

RGPC’s parallel technology captures and restores instantaneously high-current-on-demand, working cycle-to-cycle to satisfy power hungry equipment while rejecting power spikes and smaller surges that lead to premature failure of sensitive electronics. RGPC products are proudly manufactured in the U.S.A. and are sold solely through their network of professional audio/video dealers and installers.

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