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Point Source Audio Spurs Market Growth for Ear Worn Mics

Benefits of ear worn microphones now accessible to a wider customer segment

Novato, Calif., March 8, 2008 –The complete line of CO-Series ear worn microphones by Point Source Audio will be on display for the first time at NAB–showcased at the booths of top-tier retailers such as Broadcasters General Store and Location Sound.

Point Source Audio has developed the only complete line of ear worn microphones that start with an entry level speech-only version up to a high performance audio option. The company philosophy behind the brand and its product offering is to extend the benefits of high-performance audio accessories–previously only available to select customers who could afford them–to all end-users who want to enjoy the features of a low-profile ear worn microphone.

“We truly believe that ear worn microphones will become the ubiquitous standard for wireless systems,” explained PSA Director of Sales, Doug Swan. “While some customers like the aesthetic look and the comfort of ear worn microphones, it is the consistently controlled microphone placement coupled to these features that make them undeniable the best hands-free microphone option,” asserts Swan.

At the top end, the CO-7 microphone can handle up to 135db and comes in three colors: beige, tan and black. The mid-price range CO-5 is specifically designed for speech optimization for news casting, church liturgy, aerobics instruction, and lecturing. The most recent addition to the line, the CO-3, is the entry-level microphone that starts at $99 MAP–an excellent affordable upgrade from lavalieres.

About Point Source Audio
Point Source Audio is a solution based design, engineering, and manufacturing company in the audio industry. With over 60 years of combined professional audio industry experience, the PSA product designers approach every product detail with a depth of understanding that results in ease, convenience, and efficiency in design.

Since 2002 Point Source Audio has developed, engineered and manufactured transducer products for companies under a variety of brands. While continuing to do this it‘s also focused on developing products under the Point Source Audio brand affording our customers a streamlined path for purchasing high value products. Point Source Audio has offices in California and Florida. For more information, visit www.point-sourceaudio.com.

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