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Monster Offers New Pricing for iCruze

Now Available at a New Low Price (February 17, 2006)

Monster® is pleased to announce that the iCruze is now available at a new low price. The iCruze, which connects directly to a car's stereo allows consumers to play their entire music collection through their car audio systems by acting as a virtual CD Changer.

The cost of the main iCruze unit is now $69.95. The optional display for iCruze is now $39.95. Additional interface connecting cables and/or interface modules that match specific car models may also be required, which range in price from $9.95 to $29.95 depending on the complexity of the OEM stereo. This means that a customer can put together a complete iCruze package for only $149.80 (that is a $280 price reduction for a complete iCruze system as compared to the previous pricing). It also means that some customers who only need an iCruze and an Interface Cable, and who choose not to purchase the LCD Display can own iCruze for as low as $79.90.

Monster iCruze provides a way for a "direct connection" to most car audio systems. By acting as a virtual CD Changer, existing OEM radio/CD controls (including steering wheel controls) can access different playlists and songs. As an additional benefit, iCruze charges the iPod while driving.


iCruze can be self installed, or better yet, Monster has an agreement with MobileToys Incorporated as Monster's National Service Provider for iCruze. For more information on iCruze installations, visit www.iCruze.installcard.com

Monster iCruze utilizes exclusive SoundGate technology that enables the connection of an iPod directly to a factory-installed car stereo or Alpine M-Bus compatible aftermarket car stereo through the CD changer port. Utilizing the iPod's dock connector, the direct connection to the car stereo results in ultra-high quality sound and performance. Additionally, iCruze users can navigate playlists and tracks directly through their car stereo CD changer controls (and steering wheel controls too, if equipped), as well as control volume. Each CD changer disc selection corresponds to users' favorite playlists with as many tracks as desired in each. A six-disc CD changer offers access to six playlists. A ten-disc CD changer offers access to ten playlists. And configuring playlists for optimal use with iCruze is simple and offers access to all tracks on the iPod.

Learn more at www.monstercable.com/icruze/

 


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