Kansas City, MO (April 9, 2010)—MiPro has enacted a price reduction for users in need of new wireless systems following the FCC’s ruling prohibiting use of wireless mics in the 700 MHz band after June 12th 2010.
MiPro and its U.S. distributor Avlex Corporation are offering a temporary 20 percent price reduction on MiPro professional wireless products. Effective immediately, those who purchase a MIPRO ACT-707 Quad wireless frame and receivers with premium metal cased handheld transmitters and body packs will get the price reduction. The promotion will end June 12th, 2010.
Fred Canning, Avlex Corporation’s National Sales Manager, reflected on the company’s promotion. “The FCC’s recent 700 MHz ruling has generated both uncertainty and frustration among countless users of wireless microphone systems,” notes Canning. “While this is an issue that many in our industry knew was coming, it has, nonetheless, been a very disconcerting and confusing subject for a lot of people. When Avlex began marketing MIPRO wireless microphone systems in 1999, we made a conscious decision to not sell products operating in the soon-to-be-prohibited 698 – 806 MHz range. As a result, our customers will encounter no difficulties when June 12th arrives. Those of us on the MIPRO and Avlex team are so confident in the ability of our products; we are offering special pricing to all wireless users to help make the transition less financially disruptive.”