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Ultrasone Announces Headphones Partnership with Middle Tennessee State University

By eSchool News
October 27th, 2009







Wildomar, Calif. – (October 26, 2009) – Ultrasone Inc., distributor for German headphone manufacturer Ultrasone AG, announced a partnership with Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Recording Industry to provide Ultrasone’s HFI-580 headphones for use in their recording studios. MTSU boasts the largest audio production and music business program of any school in the nation and Ultrasone’s HFI-580 headphones will compliment the school’s cutting-edge facilities.

“I couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Ultrasone; not only do their headphones deliver a flawless reproduction of a recording, but they also reduce sound pressure and fatigue that comes from wearing headphones for an extended period of time,” explained Dale Brown, Facilities Director from MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry. “With over 150 students using our studios each semester, it was also important for us to choose headphones that are not only durable but also provided us with a solid two year warranty and have replacement parts readily available.”

To schedule an interview with Ultrasone Inc.’s President Paul Taylor, or for additional information on Ultrasone’s partnership with MTSU, please contact PR Representative Brian Metcalf at (305) 576-1171 x11 or by e-mail at brianmetcalf@maxborgesagency.com. To learn more about Ultrasone, go to www.ultrasone.com

 

About Ultrasone

Based near Munich, Germany, Ultrasone AG has been manufacturing headphones for the audio market for over 17 years, during which time the company has developed and applied for more than 60 patents for its innovative technology. The company’s unique, patented S-Logic™ technology creates natural surround sound without the use of additional electronic devices. Ultrasone headphones represent a safer listening experience by reducing sound pressure on the ear drum by up to 40% and also by offering shielding from EMF radiation up to 98% through the use of patented ULE (ultra low emission) technology. For more information about Ultrasone headphones, go to www.ultrasone.com.

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Ultrasone Announces Headphones Partnership with Middle Tennessee State University

By eSchool News
October 27th, 2009




Wildomar, Calif. – (October 26, 2009) – Ultrasone Inc., distributor for German headphone manufacturer Ultrasone AG, announced a partnership with Middle Tennessee State University’s Department of Recording Industry to provide Ultrasone’s HFI-580 headphones for use in their recording studios. MTSU boasts the largest audio production and music business program of any school in the nation and Ultrasone’s HFI-580 headphones will compliment the school’s cutting-edge facilities.

“I couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Ultrasone; not only do their headphones deliver a flawless reproduction of a recording, but they also reduce sound pressure and fatigue that comes from wearing headphones for an extended period of time,” explained Dale Brown, Facilities Director from MTSU’s Department of Recording Industry. “With over 150 students using our studios each semester, it was also important for us to choose headphones that are not only durable but also provided us with a solid two year warranty and have replacement parts readily available.”

To schedule an interview with Ultrasone Inc.’s President Paul Taylor, or for additional information on Ultrasone’s partnership with MTSU, please contact PR Representative Brian Metcalf at (305) 576-1171 x11 or by e-mail at brianmetcalf@maxborgesagency.com. To learn more about Ultrasone, go to www.ultrasone.com

 

About Ultrasone

Based near Munich, Germany, Ultrasone AG has been manufacturing headphones for the audio market for over 17 years, during which time the company has developed and applied for more than 60 patents for its innovative technology. The company’s unique, patented S-Logic™ technology creates natural surround sound without the use of additional electronic devices. Ultrasone headphones represent a safer listening experience by reducing sound pressure on the ear drum by up to 40% and also by offering shielding from EMF radiation up to 98% through the use of patented ULE (ultra low emission) technology. For more information about Ultrasone headphones, go to www.ultrasone.com.

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