SLS International (OTCBB: SITI) announced today that its new Q Line Silver Surround Sound Home Theater System, which will be sold in a Fortune 50 retailer beginning next month, was featured in Mark Burnett's "Rock Star: INXS" Reality Show this week. The show, which aims to find a new lead singer for the multi-platinum rock band INXS, appears nationally on VH1, a unit of Viacom, Inc. The show is produced by Mark Burnett Productions, which has already produced reality programs such as "Survivor," "The Apprentice" with Donald Trump, "The Contender" and is expected to shortly debut "The Apprentice" with Martha Stewart, starring Martha Stewart, of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, Inc.
"Now is the ideal time for us to build brand recognition through the exposure of the Q Line Silver Surround Sound Home Theater System before a national television audience," said John Gott, SLS International's chief executive officer. "We are gearing up for the distribution of the System to the mass consumer market next month through our partner, a leading national retailer. In the coming weeks, we will increase our marketing initiatives in order to expand the consumer awareness of this exciting new System."
The Q Line was co-developed in conjunction with entertainment icon Quincy Jones, who's known in the music and film industry as 'Q'. The Q Line will combine SLS' proprietary "ribbon driver" technology, which provides some of the marketplace's highest level of sonic engineering with Mr. Jones' innovative design for optimum sound. Future Q Line products may also incorporate SLS' Patented Evenstar digital amplifier technology.
Based in Ozark, Mo., SLS International, Inc. is a 30-year-old manufacturer and developer of new proprietary patent-pending ultra-high fidelity Ribbon Driver loudspeakers, patented Evenstar Digital Amplifiers and sound systems for the commercial, home entertainment, professional and music markets. SLS has perfected the ribbon-driver technology enabling their loudspeakers to achieve exceptional inner detail and accuracy with 20% to 30% less distortion of typical compression driver and dome tweeters. SLS speakers and systems are used in high-profile venues such as NBC/MSNBC's 2002 and 2004 Olympics studios, the Recording Academy's Grammy Producers SoundTable events, and for the NAMM winter show, providing sound in the AVID Technology booth just to name a few.
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Source: SLS International, Inc.