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Middle Atlantic Products Brings Added Convenience To A/V Systems With New Foam Inserts

The Customizable Foam Inserts hold accessories tightly in place, while fitting any Middle Atlantic Products drawer.

FAIRFIELD, NEW JERSEY, November 6, 2007 – In an introduction that simplifies the management of audio/video components in residential applications, Middle Atlantic Products today introduced Customizable Foam Inserts for its complete line of drawers. The Inserts provide ideal storage for accessories such as remote controls and game controllers, offering integrators the opportunity to maximize the value of residential audio/video systems through more functional and convenient solutions.

The Customizable Foam Inserts are quickly and easily modified to hold any accessory tightly in place, while providing the added convenience of being able to store all system accessories in a single location. The Foam Inserts fit any Middle Atlantic Products drawer, and are sized to occupy two, three, or four rackspaces.

“When designing a residential audio/video system, it is paramount to manage space effectively and conveniently,” said Mark Tracy, Director of Marketing, Middle Atlantic Products. “Integrators in the residential market have expressed the need to provide a single location for the storage of handheld control devices. Our Customizable Foam Inserts accomplish this goal safely and securely, helping to create more organized and accessible systems for home entertainment.”

About Middle Atlantic Products:
Middle Atlantic Products, Inc. is headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey and is an ISO 9001:2000-registered leading manufacturer of state-of-the-art steel enclosure systems for a wide range of applications, including the custom residential, commercial audio video installation, broadcast, post production, structured cabling and premise wiring markets. For over 25 years the company has been dedicated to the proposition that the enclosure system is as important as the equipment it protects. Middle Atlantic Products incorporates application-driven engineering into every system it designs in order to meet the individualized requirements of the broadest range of installers.

To request a catalog of Middle Atlantic Products full line of equipment and accessories, visit middleatlantic.com or contact: Middle Atlantic Products, 300 Fairfield Rd, Fairfield, New Jersey 07004; Tel: (800) 266-7225 or (973) 839-1011; Fax: (973) 839-1976.

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