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Remote Extenders New AV-320 Media Center Extender


Relay Video Content from Centralized DVD, Computers or VCR to any TV Anywhere in the House–Without Additional Hardware or Wires.

DEFUNIAK SPRINGS, FL (February 3, 2005) Remote Extender, a developer and marketer of innovative products aimed at enhancing the usability of consumer entertainment electronics, announced today the availability of its unique and patented AV-320 Media Center Extender. The AV-320 allows consumers to quickly and easily enjoy video and audio sent from the main entertainment center or computer to any TV in the house.
“The expense of adding TiVo, cable or satellite boxes in order to watch content in a different location can be astronomical,” said Devan Dockery, President of Remote Extender. “The AV-320, for less than the cost of any one of these devices, eliminates those costs and allows the user to watch anywhere they have a television.”
The unit, which installs quickly and seamlessly, uses 2.4 GHz receiver technology that lets the consumer transfer media content from a single Computer, DVD, VCR, or cable box to any desired TV and to control the player from that remote location with the devices own IR remote. This completely eliminates the need to invest in additional cable boxes, satellite receivers or media players–the AV-320 pays for itself in a matter of months. Users can also send audio files including Internet radio streams, MP3 files and video from a standard PC to a stereo or television wirelessly.
The AV-320 MSRP is $89.95. For more information about Remote Extender and its solutions, visit the company’s Web site at or call 800-626-8912.

About Remote Extender
Founded in 2001, Remote Extender began as a licensing and manufacturing company. The company develops, manufactures and sells unique, patented technologies that enhance the experience of users of consumer entertainment and electronics products.

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