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PCalchemy.com now carries Terrestrial Digital HDTV Antennas

May 11, 2006, ST. LOUIS, MO — Home theater PC (HTPC) retailer PCalchemy.com has added Terrestrial Digital HDTV antennas to their virtual shelves at www.pcalchemy.com.

“More and more attention is being paid to the home theater PC realm of high definition television,” Terrestrial Digital President Richard Schneider said. “This new relationship gives us the opportunity to reach out to the HTPC audience through a very reputable retailer in that market.”

PCalchemy.com is currently carrying eleven different Terrestrial Digital antenna models, including the award-winning DB2 and DB4 multi-directional antennas, and Terrestrial Digital’s newest model, newurl The Lacrosse. The Lacrosse was designed with the discerning homeowner in mind and features the high-quality performance of Terrestrial Digital’s most popular antennas, in a thin, attractive shell.

Pcalchemy.com was established in January of 2004 and has since grown to become one of the Internet’s largest providers of HTPC parts and accessories. The company’s aim is to provide the great products at unbeatable prices. Consumers and professional media installers can shop quickly and easily at www.pcalchemy.com, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

PCalchemy.com joins Solid Signal and Antennas Direct as an online retailer of Terrestrial Digital antennas.

Terrestrial Digital is a St. Louis-based manufacturer and distributor of off-air HDTV antennas. The company was founded in 2003 by Richard Schneider, and continues its fast paced growth and recognition from the HDTV community. For additional information on Terrestrial Digital antennas, visit: www.terrestrial-digital.com.

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