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Perfect Path™ Hits the Road With Digital Delivery Group on the 2010 New Technology Tour

EAST SYRACUSE, N.Y. — March 23, 2010 — Perfect Path™ today announced that its line of professional-grade interconnect products, including the PerfectLock™ Locking HDMI and Locking RCA Cable, will be featured in the Digital Delivery Group (DDG) 2010 New Technology Tour. Kicking off in April, the tour will make several stops across the United States, helping to increase business opportunities for dealers by educating them on new technology and presenting them with effective business management strategies.

“The New Technology Tour demonstrates DDG’s dedication to its dealers, and we are proud to have our Perfect Path line included in such an important event,” said Eric Bodley, vice president and general manager of consumer electronics at PPC®. “On the tour, our locking HDMI and RCA cables will show dealers how simple it is to deliver flawless system-performance for their customers, while reducing truck rolls and operational costs.”

“This tour is a great opportunity for our dealers to increase their business savvy while learning how to sell additional products or accessories to increase profit margins,” said David Kaplan, executive director of DDG. “We are pleased to be showcasing Perfect Path’s line, which enables our dealers to improve their bottom line by lowering operational costs, and most importantly, providing exceptional quality to their customers.”

Perfect Path’s PerfectLock Locking HDMI Cable features a patented locking device that grips a port with ten times the strength of conventional connectors for more than 25 pounds of retention. This exclusive cable delivers top-quality 1080p HDTV video and Dolby® Digital DTS-HD Master Audio and Dolby TrueHD audio for the ultimate HD experience, while providing reliability with the distinctive strength and flexibility afforded by PPC’s Perfect Flex™ jacket.

The Locking RCA Cable, available for component video, stereo audio, and digital coax/composite video applications, allows for a secure connection on RCA ports of any size with only a quarter turn. The cable offers true 75-ohm performance through the port, features a rugged construction from all-brass components and high-end plating, in-wall CL-rated outer jackets, and is available in user-friendly lengths from 4 to 16 feet.

The Perfect Path cables will be available for viewing throughout the New Technology Tour that will be making the following stops this summer:
• April 14 and 15 – Marietta, GA – Vickers Southeast
• April 22 – Chanhassen, MN – SDI Distributors
• April 27 and 28 – Rochester, NY – Sound Product Distributing
• May 5 and 6 – Auburn, WA – Custom Plus Distributing
• May 11 – Woodbury, NY – CAVD/BDC
• May 12 – South Plainfield, NJ – CAVD
• May 13 – Reading, PA – Bay Distributing
• May 25 – Denver, CO – Excel Distributing
• May 27 – Salt Lake City, UT – Excel Distributing
• June 2 and 3 – Burlington, MA – Easy Access Distribution
• June 8 and 9 – St. Louis, MO – AUTCO Distributing
• June 10 and 11 – Kansas City, KS – AUTCO Distributing
• June 15 and 16 – Warren, MI – Progressive Automated Distributing
• June 22 and 23 – Miami, FL – Shifting Sands
• July 13 – Scottsdale, AZ – AV Warehouse
• July 14 – Irvine, CA – AV Products
• July 15 – Van Nuys, CA – AV Products
• July 22 and 23 – Wadsworth, OH – Online AV Digital
• July 27 – Novato, CA – Profit Line Distributing

More information about Perfect Path and the company’s products is available at www.perfectpath.com.

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About Perfect Path™
Perfect Path™ offers the custom installation and retail A/V markets a full range of innovative interconnect devices, including the industry’s only true locking HDMI cable. Perfect Path cables, connectors, and tools offer the same PPC® quality that has been enjoyed around the world by cable systems and satellite networks. The competitively priced, highly reliable interconnect solutions allow custom installers and A/V retailers to connect with something better™ for increased profits and decreased operational costs. More information is available at www.perfectpath.com.

About PPC® With more patents in connector technology than any other company worldwide, PPC® has pioneered many of the advancements available in the industry today and is a proven leader in the design and manufacture of connector and related technology for the telecommunications, satellite, and wireless industries around the globe. PPC’s innovations include the universal compression connector, which is widely used by all major cable TV and satellite companies; the Entry Series™ solution for multiservice drop installations; the 50 ohm compression connector for the wireless industry; and the only locking HDMI connector for professional and home installation. Headquartered in East Syracuse, N.Y., PPC also has locations in Denver, Toronto, Denmark, St. Kitts, and China. More information is available at www.ppc-online.com.

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