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HD Radio Technology Enhances Products at CEDIA Expo
Denver - Sep 5, 2007 - Eight prominent consumer electronics brands will demonstrate an expanding line-up of HD Radio-enabled products at the CEDIA Expo. Sixteen models, from high-end receivers to pre-amplifiers, tuners, tuner cards and complete audio systems, will be on display.
The latest products include: Audio Design Associates’ Swan Structured Wiring Audio Network; Denon’s AVP-A1HDCI preamplifier/tuner, AVR-4308CI and AVR-5308CI A/V receivers, and the SR-52 executive shelf system; Integra’s DTR-8.8 home theater receiver, DTC-9.8 preamplifier/processor and the HD-SAT, a new tuner card for the TUN-3.7 multi-platform tuner; Marantz’s SR8002 surround receiver; and Yamaha’s RX-Z11 flagship receiver.
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