Sensaphonics Launches Economic Stimulus Program

Chicago, IL (November 11, 2008)--Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation has launched a limited-time trade-in program for users of other brands of custom earphones.
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Chicago, IL (November 11, 2008)--Sensaphonics Hearing Conservation has launched a limited-time trade-in program for users of other brands of custom earphones.

The program reduces the price of Sensaphonics custom earphones--including the ProPhonic 2X-S, 2MAX and 3D Active Ambient models--by $250 to customers who send in their old custom earphones in trade. The program runs through the end of the 2008 calendar year.

Sensaphonics president and founder Michael Santucci explained, "People get into the habit of buying the same brand, over and over, then wonder why they're not getting great bass response, or why they have discomfort and soreness after long playing sessions. We're the only company that offers silicone earphones, and it's really the only solution to these problems. And we're so confident that our earphones are the solution, we're paying a bounty to get these conventional, hard plastic designs off the stage."

Under the program, 2X-S will cost $500 (regular $750) and the new 2MAX, optimized for wireless applications, will run $600 (regular price $850). All 3D Active Ambient IEM systems, which start at $2,000, will be reduced by $250, the lowest pricing Sensaphonics has ever offered. To qualify, users need only supply Sensaphonics with their new ear impressions and their old custom earphones, which can be any brand, in any condition. All sales and trade-ins are final.

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