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Telos Zephyr/IP Family Expands with Z/IP ONE

Remotes over IP networks, only $1,995.

CLEVELAND, OH — The Telos Zephyr line of IP codecs has grown again, with the addition of Z/IP ONE, a slim 1 RU codec designed to maximize audio quality from public IP networks and mobile phone data services, including connections behind NATs and firewalls.

Agile Connection Technology (ACT), a Telos exclusive, is the foundation for the Z/IP’s exceptional performance on real-world networks. When the network is functioning well, Z/IP provides the lowest possible delay and the highest possible fidelity. Should network conditions become challenging, the Z/IP ONE automatically lowers the bitrate and increases buffer length to ensure that the best possible audio quality gets to the studio with the least delay.

As with all Z/IP codecs, Z/IP ONE is wireless capable and can connect to IP networks via Wi-Fi, EVDO, and UMTS. Telos Z/IP Server service (free to Z/IP owners) helps overcome troublesome firewalls and NATs, as well as easily connect to other Z/IPs.

Z/IP ONE features include:
• Exclusive Agile Connection Technology which automatically senses network conditions and adapts codec performance to provide the best possible audio.
• Wide variety of high-performance audio codecs: AAC-ELD, AAC-HE, MPEG Layer 2, G.711, G.722 and linear PCM.
• Supports SIP 2.0 protocol and conforms to NACIP standards; works with VoIP devices and connections from compatible PBXs.
• 1 RU form factor is equally at home in a studio rack, remote kit or road case.
• Analog I/O plus Livewire™ port for one-click connection to Axia IP-Audio networks.
• Auto-ranging internal power supply for use worldwide.

Z/IP ONE joins the growing family of Telos IP codecs, which also includes the rackmount 2 RU Zephyr/IP and the Z/IP Mixer, which combines the versatility of the Zephyr/IP with the utility of a digital four-channel stereo mixer in a road-ready portable chassis. Zephyr/IP codecs produce superior audio for two-way applications over uncontrolled IP networks and mobile phone data services by dynamically adapting to the network and minimizing the effects of packet loss and jitter. Dynamic buffering, auto-varying bitrate functions, and high-efficiency codecs combine to produce excellent fidelity at low bitrates with nearly inaudible loss concealment.

See Z/IP ONE and the other advanced new Telos products at the 2010 NAB Show in Las Vegas — Central Hall, Booth #C146. For more information, contact Angi Roberson via email at angi@Telos-Systems.com, via phone at +1-216-241-7225, and visit Telos-Systems.com.

Telos Systems, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio with offices in Europe, is a leading manufacturer of ISDN, coded audio and telephone interface products for talk-shows, teleconferencing, audio production, remote broadcasts, and intercom applications.

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MUSICIAN’S FRIEND APPOINTS TIM WHITE AS VICE PRESIDENT, SALES, AND PAMELA TURAY AS VICE PRESIDENT, HUMAN RESOURCES

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MEDFORD, OR, April 6, 2010 — Musician’s Friend, Inc. (MF), the largest direct response retailer of musical instruments and gear in the U.S., and a division of Guitar Center since 1999, welcomes Tim White to the position of Vice President, Sales, and Pamela Turay to the position of Vice President, Human Resources. The announcement was made by Craig Johnson, Musician’s Friend Chief Executive Officer. White’s appointment represents MF’s unified sales initiative, seeking to drive a sales culture and an exceptional customer experience at each and every touch point and across every brand; Turay’s appointment underscores MF’s strategic focus on talent management and development.

Tim White brings to Musician’s Friend over 15 years experience in sales and management. In his new role as Vice President, Sales, White will be responsible for leadership of sales activities across the Musician’s Friend enterprise. Areas of responsibility include consumer and institutional contact center sales and customer acquisition; premium customer account management; online marketplace sales strategies and initiatives; and Woodwind and Brasswind retail sales. He will also be responsible for general operational management and senior leadership of Musician’s Friend’s South Bend, Indiana facility. Previously, White served as Vice President, Business Development, at Experian Marketing Services, where he consulted on multi-channel direct marketing strategies and campaign design and implementation, leveraging efficient spend for optimal profit and results. Prior to that, he served as Director, Business Development, for Carlson Marketing Worldwide; Principal at Performance Strategies Consulting, LLC; and in several positions at Convergys Corporation. White is a graduate of the University of Cincinnati, where he received a degree in Marketing.

Pamela Turay has more than 15 years of experience in human resources, branding, sales, marketing and finance, bringing with her a proven ability to provide strategic human resource leadership and consultation to senior executives and organizations. In her new MF position as Vice President, Human Resources, Turay, who is a certified Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR), will be responsible for the development and implementation of Musician’s Friend strategies, policies and programs for the human resources function. Additionally, Turay will lead all organizational design and development initiatives. Previously, she served as Vice President Talent Management and Development for Harry & David; Senior Strategist, Consultant, for The Brand Consultancy; Vice President, Talent Management, Training and Organizational Development, for Rentway, Inc.; in various capacities at West Marine Products; and a number of other positions with such organizations as Ernst & Young, LLP, American Heart Association, Mobil Oil Corporation and others. Turay is a graduate of Baldwin-Wallace College, where she earned a degree in Business Administration, and Missouri State University, where she received a Master of Science degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology.

Commenting on the recent hires, Craig Johnson stated, “Musician’s Friend continues to place great focus on maintaining a talented team of personnel. Tim and Pamela both bring extensive experience and knowledge in their respective fields while being well versed in a number of valuable areas. We are very excited to have Tim and Pamela as part of our Musician’s Friend executive team and look forward to their contributions in developing sales strategies and implementing effective human resources policies.�

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THE RESEARCH LAB AT NYU’S NEW RECORDING/TEACHING COMPLEX USES GENELEC MONITORING IN AN ADVANCED 16.2 ARRAY

— Genelec 8030A monitors and 7050A subwoofers offer NYU’s renowned research and teaching staff unprecedented configurability to conduct a wide variety of listening and testing experiments, furthering the knowledge base of the students and the entire professional audio industry —

— The Genelec 8030As’ small form factor and big sound combine to offer unrivalled performance for critical listening applications —

— Additionally, all department faculty members received a Genelec 6010A/5040A setup for their offices —

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NATICK, MA, April 6, 2010 — Genelec, the leader in Active Monitoring technology for more than three decades, was recently chosen to provide monitoring solutions for the Research Lab in the new Recording/Teaching facility at New York University’s Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions. The complex is one of the most technically advanced audio teaching facilities of its type in the world. Genelec Active Monitors more

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