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dbx® Offers Free Direct Box With Purchase Of DriveRack® PX

driverack-px.jpg SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – dbx® Professional Products, a Harman International Company (NYSE-HAR), is offering a free db10 Premium Direct Box with the purchase of a dbx DriveRack PX powered speaker optimizer. The promotion will run through May 31st, 2009 and is being offered through participating dbx retailers across the US.

“We are extremely excited to offer this promotion to our customers through our network of great retail partners. Getting a product like the dB10 Direct Box free with a PX purchase is a great opportunity for end users not only to get better sound from their speakers but to also get better signal from their instruments. I expect many customers will take advantage of this offer,? stated Jay Woolley, marketing director, portable PA for dbx.

The DriveRack PX is the world’s first and only loudspeaker control system specifically designed for powered speakers. The PX makes all powered speakers sound louder and clearer. The Industry exclusive features found in the PX, including the Set-Up Wizard, the Auto EQ® Wizard, the Auto Level Wizard, and an included library of speaker presets make it easy for anyone to get the most sound from any set of powered speakers.

db10_direct_box_right-sml.jpgThe dbx dB10 Direct Box is arguably the world’s best direct box for audio professionals with its extraordinary audio performance, superior electronic components, and incredibly rugged construction. The dB10 is a small “bullet-proof? box that converts unbalanced line-level signal to balanced mic-level output and allows users to connect their guitar, bass, or keyboard directly to a sound mixer without losing tone due to impedance mismatches, long cables or cycle hum. It helps musicians be sure that the sound from their instrument reaches the mixing console balanced and noise-free. The dB10 has been designed – both inside and out – to sound great while taking the grueling abuse direct boxes take on stage and when used by audio professionals.

The dbx dB10 Direct Box, MSRP of $129.95, is offered free to all US customers that purchase a DriveRack PX from an authorized dealer or retail outlet during the offer period. Customers are required to pay only the shipping cost ($7.95) of the free merchandise. All details about this offer, the downloadable mail-in coupon and the offer terms and conditions are available online at www.dbxpro.com/CurrentPromotions.

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