Euphonix Announces Multiple Broadcast Orders

Palo Alto, CA (November 19, 2003)--Euphonix, Inc. has announced more than seven multiple orders for its Max Air and System 5-B digital audio mixing consoles this year. These orders illustrate growing market acceptance of Euphonix's latest digital audio broadcast console Max Air and continued customer satisfaction of the highly regarded System 5-B.
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Palo Alto, CA (November 19, 2003)--Euphonix, Inc. has announced more than seven multiple orders for its Max Air and System 5-B digital audio mixing consoles this year. These orders illustrate growing market acceptance of Euphonix's latest digital audio broadcast console Max Air and continued customer satisfaction of the highly regarded System 5-B.

Examples of recent multiple sales of Max Air have included three Max Air consoles to CNN in New York, two Max Air consoles to CNN in Atlanta, GA, two Max Air consoles to Tribune Studios in Los Angeles, and three Max Air consoles to WIPR in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Multiple sales of System 5-B consoles have included three System 5-B consoles to Western Mobile Television, two System 5-B consoles to NBC Tonight Show in Los Angeles, CA, and two System 5-B consoles to CBC in Canada.

"We have and will continue to make long term commitments to the broadcast market," stated the Company's CEO, Jeffrey Chew. He continued, "Euphonix is focused on providing reliable and affordable digital audio mixing solutions that address the industry's trend towards an all-digital broadcast environment. These orders confirm that we are on the right track."

System 5-B was introduced in 1999 and is aimed at larger and more complex broadcast installations. Max Air first started shipping at the end of 2002 and is a more cost effective mixing solution targeted at the local TV and cable market.

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