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NHT Tower Speakers Featured in Broken Flowers Starring Bill Murray

— NHT’s Big Screen Appearance
Provides Ample Opportunity for Consumer Contest —

BENICIA, CA, August 18, 2005 — Look closely at the main location of the new hit movie “Broken Flowers” starring Bill Murray, and it becomes clear that the lead character has exceptional taste in home audio equipment.

Featured as part of the character Don Johnston’s home theater system is a pair of NHT tower speakers, situated behind a flat screen monitor.

“Last year, we were contacted by one of the film’s producers who said the lead character would have a top-flight home audio system, so they needed a pair of our speakers to complete the image,” said Chris Byrne, Managing Director, NHT.

A Good Excuse For A Promotion

In an effort to drive both cinephiles to the theater and NHT-faithful to the company’s web site, NHT is sponsoring a special contest. From August 20 — September 15, visitors to www.nhthifi.com will have an opportunity to identify the specific model of the speaker in the film. Eligible respondents who correctly identify the model of speaker will be entered into a drawing. One winner will receive a pair of the same (or similar) model of tower speakers, while five runners-up will receive a copy of the CD soundtrack. The drawing is scheduled for September 19, 2005.

For the entry form and full contest rules, please see NHT’s website at www.nhthifi.com/contest.html. This promotion is neither sponsored nor endorsed in whole or part by Focus Features, writer/director Jim Jarmusch, Bill Murray, or any other parties affiliated with the film, nor is it open to the aforementioned parties. This promotion is not open to employees, vendors, dealers, or others affiliated with NHT or its parent company, Rockford Corporation.

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Since it was founded in 1986, NHT has continually challenged the notion that the very best sound reproduction must come at a premium price. NHT takes pride in designing and marketing loudspeaker systems that provide a lifetime of listening pleasure. Its products from past to present speak volumes of NHT’s dedication to sonic excellence. For more information, visit www.nhthifi.com. NHT (Now Hear This) is a brand name of Rockford Corporation. Rockford Corporation is based in Tempe, Ariz. and is a publicly traded company under the NASDAQ stock symbol ROFO. NHT’s website can be viewed at www.nhthifi.com and Rockford’s website can be viewed at www.rockfordcorp.com. For NHT media inquiries, including product images and loans, contact Adam Sohmer, SOHMER ASSOCIATES, 718-499-9161 (voice/fax), 347-512-0066 (cell), adam@sohmerassoc.com.

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