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SSL Reports Sales Success for C100 C200 Digital Consoles

Las Vegas, NV (April 26, 2005)--Solid State Logic reported exceptional sales activity for the C100 Digital Broadcast Console and C200 Digital Production Consoles at NAB2005. Over 80 C-Series digital consoles have been sold to date worldwide, including 35 ordered in North America since late 2003.
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Las Vegas, NV (April 26, 2005)--Solid State Logic reported exceptional sales activity for the C100 Digital Broadcast Console and C200 Digital Production Consoles at NAB2005. Over 80 C-Series digital consoles have been sold to date worldwide, including 35 ordered in North America since late 2003.

"We are delighted with the response the broadcast and production industries have shown the C100 and C200 digital consoles," said Niall Feldman, director of product marketing for SSL. "We are showing major software feature enhancements at this year's NAB that provide the flexibility and control options requested by the industry. Features such as the C100's TouchPan introduce a totally new yet elegantly simple way to approach 5.1 audio placements. There are also numerous enhancements to our advanced diagnostics and redundancy capabilities. We are seeing continued world-wide interest in the C-Series as broadcasters of all types come to rely on the exceptional power and performance that the C100 and C200 deliver to their specific applications."

Recent sales of the C100, for which a new Version 2 software package previewed at NAB, include Channel 9, Melbourne, Australia; NEP Image Group, New York for use on The Daily Show With Jon Stewart; UNC TV, North Carolina; WFTS, Tampa, FL; WHDH, Boston and sister station WSVN, Miami; and NHK HC-7, Japan, where a second C100 has been installed in a mobile unit to complement their studio consoles.

SSL also introduced Version 3 software for the C200. Recent sales include Trinity Broadcast in the U.S.; CBS, Los Angeles, for production of The Bold and the Beautiful; NTV Ikuta, Japan; a second console for HRT, Croatia, for an OB unit; Ubisoft's Ludifactory, France; and Hotline, also in France.

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