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Maxx Products Debuts New HD Plasma TV and Projector for Business and Home Theaters

5050HD Plasma TV and Mustang II Pluss HD Projector Combine Innovation, Performance and Value to Enrich the Home Theater Experience

REDWOOD CITY, CALIF. Feb. 24, 2004 — Maxx continues to redefine the home theater experience with the introduction of its new, stylish 5050 50-inch plasma display MSRP $8,995 and Mustang II Pluss video projector MSRP $7,995. Available today through authorized dealers worldwide, these brilliant HD display solutions will transform any home or business into a theater that rivals Hollywood.

The Maxx 5050 High Definition (HD) plasma display features a sleek, next-generation design to deliver the ultimate home theater viewing experience. The 3.5-inch thin 5050 boasts a 50-inch screen, boasts a native 16:9 aspect ratio and 1366 x 768 resolution, and can display 480i/p, 720p, and1080i video formats. Its super high contrast ratio of 3000:1 delivers a sharp, bright, color-rich, picture, and offers a wide viewing angle of over 160-degrees.

The Maxx 5050 includes both an onboard HD TV tuner (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) and analog TV tuner. The 5050 offers Picture-in-picture (PIP) that works from any of the four corner positions. Inputs consist of S-Video, composite, Component, DVI, and D-Sub 15-pin. The stylish 5050 also features a built-in stereo amplifier for driving a pair of side mounted optional speakers. A fan-less design provides whisper-quiet operation. An infrared remote is included, with optional wall mounts available.

“Maxx combines innovation, elegance, performance and value delivering one of the industry’s most compelling product lines in the home theater market,’ said Scot Kenney, President of Maxx Products, Inc. “The new 5050 and Mustang II Pluss offer high-performance HD visual solutions in Plasma or projector applications immersing the viewer in an incredibly realistic visual experience.”

Maxx is also introducing its new Mustang II Pluss DLP Projector. Featuring a native 16:9, high resolution of 1280 x 720, the Mustang II Pluss also offers an ultra-bright bulb and 2000:1 contrast ratio, delivering a full spectrum of vivid colors and excellent detail. The innovative projector features advanced HD-2 Double Data Rate DLP technology, 3:2 + 2:2 Pull Down, and high-speed 7 segment color wheel that produces a crystal clear picture. The expanded set of connections includes DVI, BNC, component, RCA-type jack, and S-Video (plus a dual 12 volt trigger relay and RS-232 controls).

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Additional features include an economy mode that extends bulb life to 3000 hours vertical lens shift, keystone vertical/horizontal, power zoom and focus, and a throw ratio of 1.6 to 2.7 times the width of the screen. The Mustang II Pluss is also HDCP compliant to insure future accessibility to protected, high-bandwidth digital content. Accessories include a lens cap, wireless remote control, and video cables.

Availability and Warranty
Maxx Products sells through authorized dealers worldwide. Customers can visit www.maxxproducts.com for a local dealer. The company offers a one warranty for parts and labor. Extended standard warranties are also available.

About Maxx Products
Maxx Products is redefining the home theater experience with its line of cutting-edge Plasma TV displays, LCD TV displays, LCOS & DLP Projectors, video processors, SDI DVD players, and a series of high-end cables designed for creating the complete home theater solution. Maxx Products has over 25 years experience manufacturing and selling video products as a division of VPW LLC. The company is located at 650 Bair Island Rd. Suite 204 Redwood City, CA 94063 and can be reached at (866) 410-9751. For more information on MAXX Products please visit www.maxxproducts.com

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