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Audio Authority To Give Away a SonaFlex 16-Channel Matrix Amp at InfoComm12

The new amplifier provides important differences in both sound quality and flexible capability for commercial and residential integrators.

LEXINGTON, KY – Audio Authority®, manufacturer of audio/video distribution, extension and signal conversion solutions, announced an incentive for new dealers to sign up at InfoComm Conference 2012. The winner will receive a new SF-16M Matrix Amplifier, with complimentary shipping, after the show. The SF-16M is a unique blend of matrix switching, signal processing, powerful amplification and flexible audio input/output configurations. Built and designed in the U.S. with the custom installer in mind, the SF-16M brings a new approach to residential and commercial distributed audio applications – one multi-purpose matrix amplifier that can be used in a variety of installations.

Also to debut at InfoComm are the FlexPort™ audio modules that work with the SF-16M to add remote inputs via Cat 5 wall plates. Four different versions will be available, including two balanced mic/line level models as well as stereo RCA and digital optical/coax modules. FlexPort modules can be mounted on any surface, or as Decora® style wall plates. Each SF-16M is able to accommodate two stereo FlexPort modules, or four FlexPort modules in mono mode.

FlexPort™ modules open up many possibilities in the commercial audio market, including paging and live music applications in restaurants, bars, hotels and conference centers. In the residential market, FlexPort offers easy local source functionality, for integrating iPods, Blu-ray players, or other sources into a whole-house music system. A key feature is the override button, located on the FlexPort module where users can easily activate an override. Overrides can be set up to play only in the room where the FlexPort module is located, or in any combination of rooms, depending on the SF-16M settings. All setup tasks are accomplished via an easy to use PC utility, a free download from audioauthoritycom.

The SF-16M is now available at $2,989 (MSRP). The companion FlexPort audio modules will be available in Q3 2012. Sign up to win the SF-16M at InfoComm Booth C7751 in Las Vegas, NV.

For More Information:
800-322-8346 or 859-233-4599
sales@audioauthority.com
Web: www.audioauthority.com
High Resolution Images: http://www.audioauthority.com/page/primages

Audio Authority Corporation
2048 Mercer Rd., Lexington, KY 40511

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