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Fostex Cuts Price of Digital Multitracker

Fostex America announced today at Summer NAMM a price reduction on one of its popular digital multitrackers, the VF160CDR. The MSRP has been lowered from 7/19/2002 8:00 AM Eastern

Fostex America announced today at Summer NAMM a price reduction onone of its popular digital multitrackers, the VF160CDR. The MSRP hasbeen lowered from $1,799 to $1,399, and the MAP has been adjusted from$1,299 to $999. These prices include the CD-R burner installed.TheVF160CDR is the latest in a series of self-contained digitalrecorders/mixers/editors with built-in mastering capabilities thatFostex has been offering over the past several years.

Additionally, the unit also includes a custom CD-R of RealDrums by David Jones as a value-added incentive for customers tobuy the unit as long as supplies of the CD-R last. Various sets ofDavid Jones CD packages will be offered by Fostex through its networkof music retailers.

According to director of sales and marketing Phil Celia, “Thisproduct category has always been price-sensitive, and we have adjustedour pricing in order to remain competitive in the marketplace.

“The new pricing, plus the value-added packaging of theReal Drums CD, has given a tangible boost to the attractivenessof the VF160CDR, and our reps and dealers have already responded veryfavorably,” Celia concluded.

For more, visit www.fostex.com/Products/vf160.html.