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NEUTRIK CONTINUES TO MAKE CONNECTIONS WITH KONTINUOUS JAMS MEDIA GROUP

Kontinuous Jams LAKEWOOD, NJ – FEBRUARY 19, 2008 – Kontinuous Jams Music, a multimedia AV recording, post and mastering suite located in Boardman, OH continually turns to Neutrik USA, designer and manufacturer of the XX series XLR cable connector, for its connectivity needs.

Kontinuous Jams Music is far more that just a recording studio; it‘s the Mecca of music, offering lessons in just about every instrument, in-house duplication and replication services, and a wholesale retail business for high-end AV products. The company has grown beyond its borders, necessitating a move to a larger facility.

The new studio is outfitted with Neutrik products, including the company‘s RJ45 EtherCon and FireWire data connectors. Additionally, every wall plate throughout the facility is equipped with Neutrik connectors.

The new 10,000 square-foot building, comprised of the main studio building and a warehouse, can now accommodate two full Digidesign, Avid and Nuendo suites, each with accompanying live rooms, ISO booths and lounge areas. There are five music-lesson suites with computers containing music-theory learning software to keep clients on the cutting-edge of music instruction and technology. The company also hosts seminars where noted musicians provide tips and consultations on how to succeed in the music industry. In addition, the company has expanded part of its facilities to accommodate Kontinuous Jams AV Sales, a commercial, educational and government multimedia wholesale retailer of high-end AV products, giving that side of the business its own showroom.

“I have faithfully used numerous products from Neutrik throughout the duration of my business‘ existence,” says Mike Moritz, principal of Kontinuous Jams Music. “Our old facility was completely outfitted with Neutrik. When it came time to relocate, Neutrik was the only choice for us. As we continue to grow, we will continue to turn to Neutrik.”

Kontinuous Jams Music not only promotes Neutrik for their own studio, the company is also involved in large architectural sound installations, such as local government centers, auditoriums and conference rooms, where it recommends and installs Neutrik‘s products. The company just completed a large restoration project with Youngstown Playhouse, America‘s oldest ongoing community theater, where Neutrik is the sole connectivity manufacturer used on the renovation.

Neutrik manufactures a wide array of XLR connectors and receptacles, jacks and plugs, speaker connectors and accessories for the professional audio industry. Neutrik USA is located at 195 Lehigh Avenue, Lakewood, NJ 08701.

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