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LISTEN TO MUSIC WIRELESSLY FROM A COMPUTER, iPOD OR ANY PORTABLE DEVICE ON A HOME THEATER SPEAKER SYSTEM

Aperion Audio’s Home Audio Link™ Transmits Uncompressed Audio Wirelessly from Any Source and Offers Multi-Room Listening

Portland, OR, January 18, 2010 – Aperion Audio, a consumer direct maker of award-winning home theater speaker systems, introduces the Aperion Home Audio Link (HAL), a wireless adapter which streams any audio format wirelessly from a computer, iPod, MP3 music player or mobile device to a variety of audio systems. By adding more HAL Receiver units the music can be distributed to up to three rooms. HAL is simple to use, utilizes a robust wireless link, and delivers high quality sound at an affordable price.

Many music libraries are stored on computers, MP3 players, and other mobile devices which are restricted to small, built-in speakers. By using Aperion’s HAL, music lovers can hear great sound wherever they want in the home, on the type of sound system they prefer. The Aperion HAL gives users a choice, setting the music free and enabling it to be heard on the best audio system available, such as a home theater speaker system. HAL can also be used to wirelessly connect a powered subwoofer.

To hear music from a laptop computer, for example, the user simply plugs the matchbox sized HAL Send unit into a computer’s USB port, connects the HAL Receive unit into an AV receiver, plugs in the power adapter and the system links automatically. Unlike many wireless products on the market today, HAL does not require a Wi-Fi network or software installation. The HAL gives new meaning to the phrase “plug and play?.

“Our customers have been asking our Home Theater Gurus for advice on wireless audio systems; we set out to find a reliable technology that we could advocate,? said Mike Hopkins, Aperion Audio’s Product Development Manager. “We created HAL to give consumers the opportunity to listen to all of their music or favorite internet radio stations wirelessly on their preferred sound systems and we’ve been able to do it simply with an elegant, affordable solution.?

Pricing and Availability:

The Aperion HAL system is priced at $149. To enjoy distributed music throughout the home, consumers can purchase additional HAL Receive units for $70 each. The system is available for pre-order now at AperionAudio.com and ships January 28, 2010.

Specifications and Warranty:

Package Includes: HAL Send unit and HAL Receive unit, 2 USB power adapters, 2 stereo mini to RCA cables, one stereo mini cable, and two pairs of adhesive Velcro strips.

Technical Specifications: Transmits uncompressed digital audio up to 100 feet in the 2.4 GHz frequency band.

Warranty: One (1) year limited warranty covers all defects in material and workmanship.

The Aperion Audio Experience:

Aperion was the first in their industry to provide free shipping both ways with their Risk Free 30-Day In-Home Audition™. Aperion’s “Home Theater Gurus” are available to assist those shopping for audio systems from initial research through lifetime technical support. The “Gurus? are home theater experts, focused only on making sure the customer is able to enjoy a lifetime of great sound.

About Aperion Audio:

Based in the beautiful Pacific Northwest, Aperion Audio is an award-winning direct-to-consumer audio products manufacturer for smart shoppers who are frustrated with the retail experience and offers a completely Risk-Free 30-Day In-Home Audition™. The company’s primary storefront, AperionAudio.com, is a fun and informative home audio shopping destination which is supported by “Home Theater Gurus” who supply generous support before and after the sale. At AperionAudio.com, everyone from the newbie to the audiophile is able to find the information they need to research and select an exceptional home theater speaker system or upgrade for their home audio environment. For more information, visit www.AperionAudio.com or call 888-880-8992.

MEDIA CONTACT:
Ed de la Fuente
VP of Marketing and Product Management
Aperion Audio
18151 SW Boones Ferry Road, Portland, OR 97224
888-880-8992
pr (at) aperionaudio (dot) com

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