Chicago, IL - October 23, 2012 - Today CEntrance, in the form of their own economic stimulus incentive, has lowered the price on most of their current line-up. Some products, like the MasterClass 2504 Reference Monitors and the DACmini PX Integrated, have come down as much as 30%.
According to Managing Director and Chief Product Architect Michael Goodman, "Now that we have some legs under the product, and good sales under the belt, we've tweezed-out our R&D costs and want to pass the savings on to our customers, old and new."
The MasterClass 2504 speakers, with a new and improved price of $499/pair MSRP, have been garnering praise from Pro users as well as Hi-Fi enthusiasts. Recent adopters include LA-based producer and engineer Robin Danar.
Says Robin, "The depth, clarity and imaging were vast and the speakers were downright fat sounding as well. But they became invisible and I was actually brought into the music."
Robin owns a CEntrance Audiophile Desktop System, (ADS) sporting a new reduced MSRP of $1499, which not only includes the MC2504 speakers but also CEntrance's DACmini PX Integrated DAC/Amp. The whole system ships in a stout Pelican road case, suitable for travel.
The DACmini PX Integrated is now $999.00 MSRP.
For more information on each product above, please visit http://www.centrance.com/
CEntrance is expanding its dealer network. To inquire, please call +1 (847) 581-0500 or e-mail sales [at] centrance [dot] com.
Founded in 2000, CEntrance develops innovative audio products and licenses its technology to industry leading brands, such as McIntosh, Playback Designs, Bel Canto, Benchmark, PS Audio, and Lavry. Our portable recording and playback solutions have earned enthusiastic endorsements from artists such as Harry Shearer, Nathan East and Will Lee, and mastering engineers Bob Katz, Brian Gardner, and sound designer Frank Serafine, among many others. CEntrance is headquartered in Chicago and distributes its products worldwide. For more information, visit http://www.centrance.com