(PRWEB) July 28, 2005
Turtle Beach today announced that IDG Entertainment's GamePro Magazine has awarded its Ear Force HPA headphones their Editor's Choice honor, referring to them as "the ultimate gaming and movie experience."
These amplified headphones feature four discrete speakers contained within each earcup, handling the front, center, rear and sub-woofer channels as well as individual channel volume control.
"When you're playing games, the HPA headphones let you hear your opponents before you see them giving you an advantage over your competitors as well as creating a more immersive gaming environment," said Seth Dotterer, Director of Marketing of Turtle Beach. "When watching DVDs, these surround sound headphones let you experience home theater quality audio without disturbing family members or neighbors."
In addition to the surround sound headphones, the HPA is shipped with a removable microphone for online chat or voice recording and a 5.1 splitter cable for connecting both headphones and speakers simultaneously. The HPA headphones are available now for a manufacturers suggested retail price of $ 99.95.
For more information, please visit http://www.turtlebeach.com/site/products/earforce/
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Elkhart, Ind. (PRWEB) February 13, 2013
Twisted Audio has expanded the range of motorcycle models its sound system can serve, and it expects to have high quality audio products for more models over the next year. Originally designed primarily for Harley-Davidson Road King and Heritage Softail motorcycles, the stereo system is now made for installation on models under the Honda, Kawasaki, Yamaha, Suzuki and Victory brands, as well as other Harley models.
After we introduced the original system for Harleys, all sorts of people approached us asking if they could install a Twisted Audio system on their bikes, said Del Littrell, one of the partners in the firm along with David Gordon. So we have been developing bracket systems to accommodate more and more motorcycle brands and models,
Designed to meet factory finish and fit standards, the audio units are made for easy installation on non-fairing motorcycle windshields. The sound system features 100W audio output, integrated powered antenna, a heavy-duty AM/FM radio and auxiliary audio input for iPods and MP3 players. The system offers exceptional sound quality and volume, said Littrell. People have found it unbelievable how well they can hear it, even with full-face helmets on.
Features not found in other audio systems include a weather band and weather alert system integrated with the radio. The sound system is also exceptionally weather resistant. This is a very durable product for all kinds of weather and road conditions, and gives the rider a heads up on the weather, said Littrell.
One of our goals was to make it very easy to install on non-fairing windshields. It basically just involves a couple of brackets that we customize for different bike models and windshields, and an electrical connection for the battery, said Littrell. We have videos on our website that demonstrate how easy the installation is. Almost anyone with a DIY sense can install the system in an hour or so, if that long.
For the most part, the stereo system itself is the same for all motorcycles. When ordering a stereo unit, the customer simply needs to specify the motorcycle model and they will receive the unit with the appropriate mounting hardware and wiring harness for their ride.
Our interest is to build a quality product that the everyday person can afford and keeps up with the trends in motorcycle technology. We plan to keep launching new products for our cycling friends nationwide. This is a product made by bikers for bikers. No other single unit system that we know of gives you as much for the money.
Our plan for 2013 is to ramp up our operations with new push to increase sales and production, and seriously establish ourselves in the market as a premium supplier of add-on sound systems.
Littrell and his biker buddy Gordon started making the stereo system four years ago at the urging of fellow bikers. Littrell is a motor coach engineer and Gordon an electronics representative. It proved to be a good match of talent. We made the kind of system we wanted to have on our bikes. Other bikers saw it and liked it. Now weve developed the capacity to take this product to a whole new level. Other members of the Twisted Audio leadership team include Kendric Haithcox, Al Foris and AJ Littrell.
The audio systems may be purchased directly online at http://www.twistedaudioradios.com or through a number of dealers across the country. Please visit the website for more information.
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Verona, WI (PRWEB) September 26, 2007
SuperCrewSound, the ultimate online resource for better bass in an automobile, proudly introduces Bassforms to its complete collection of subwoofer enclosures. For years, SuperCrewSound has provided customers with discounted prices on premium car and truck stereo gear. With a wide range of subwoofer boxes and enclosures, the team at SuperCrewSound knows that the California-based company's line of products is an ideal addition to their assortment of tools to make any ride sound loud and clear.
"Bassforms fiberglass enclosures are made with the kind of quality that our customers expect for their systems," SuperCrewSound owner Mark Markham explians. "These aren't easy to find as stocked product, so we are thrilled to include them on our site."
Markham has good reason for his excitement. These speaker box enclosures have a history in high-end automobiles such as Ferrari, Lamborghini, Maserati and Rolls-Royce. But an expensive vehicle does not have to mean expensive speaker box enclosures for a sound system, and Bassforms prices are among the most competitive on the market. Made of 100 percent fiberglass with additional layers of matting, Bassforms' speaker box enclosures' durability ensures any truck or car owner that their stereo system will stay safe.
As a consistent innovator, Bassforms dedication to creating new products for customers' growing needs makes SuperCrewSound the ultimate place for the latest and greatest in stereo sound for the road. Rather than take away valuable trunk space, Bassforms custom-designed sub box enclosures leave plenty of storage space. SuperCrewSound makes installation easy on their customers, too. With an online how-to manual, anyone who purchases a set of Bassforms enclosures can understand how to upgrade their system without the help of an auto shop.
While Bassforms manufactures its products based on their performance and ability to create good sound, the company recognizes the need for style, too. Customers can look forward to even more options to match their speaker box enclosures with their interior and exterior colors. SuperCrewSound is not only known for their wide selection of enclosures and amplifiers, including standard models to custom-fitted enclosures, but also their package discounts on subwoofers and amplifiers. With the addition of Bassforms to their product list, SuperCrewSound includes sub boxes for every kind of vehicle. From American-made trucks to international sports cars, customers can find the right protection for their stereo systems.
SuperCrewSound is a discount car stereo equipment reseller based in Verona, Wisconsin focused on offering the best subwoofers and subwoofer enclosures at the best prices. For more information and the chance to see some of this equipment, please visit http://www.supercrewsound.com.
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New Rochelle, NY (PRWEB) September 20, 2012
Sound Shore Medical Center, a teaching hospital in Westchester, New York, recently announced the completion of a grant research project for the U.S. Department of Defense. The research compared two different Electronic Health Records (EHR) training approaches for nurses: a 16-hour traditional, instructor-led classroom experience and a modified approach, which retained all content of the traditional method, substituting a web-based teaching module for two hours of instruction-led learning.
The two distinctive teaching approaches, proved to have no significant affect on knowledge of and proficiency with the EHR system. However, a key finding of the study is that nurses with higher levels of education and computer proficiency required fewer hours of training and support. Therefore, web-based training for some users, based on initial computer proficiency, could be a cost-effective solution.
Electronic Health Records are a component of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009. The Act authorized Medicare and Medicaid incentives for hospitals, physicians and other health-related organizations to promote the adoption and meaningful use of EHR technology. The advantages of adopting EHRs include avoiding duplication of tests, reducing medical errors and improving care of chronic illnesses. EHR technology creates more efficient and cost effective healthcare and provides a national network of safe medical records.
Another facet of the study was participant characteristics and post-training outcomes, focusing on the participant's age, nursing experience and computer experience. "These results will help ensure high quality patient care and safety both within our Health System and beyond," said John R. Spicer, President and CEO of Sound Shore Medical Center.
About the company:
Sound Shore Medical Center (SSMC) is a 252-bed, community based, teaching hospital located at 16 Guion Place in New Rochelle. Since its founding in 1892, SSMC has served the diverse medical needs of the surrounding community and region, including training orthopedic doctors and orthopedic surgeons. It is a major teaching affiliate of New York Medical College, member of Sound Shore Health System and is accredited by The Joint Commission, the nation's oldest and largest hospital accreditation agency. On its campus is the 150-bed Schaffer Extended Care Center, which provides 50 beds for short-term rehabilitation patients and 100 for long-term residents. For more information, visit their website at http://www.ssmc.org.