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Summit Audio Launches All-New Website At www.summitaudio.comNew site was built to emulate the proprietary look and feel of the company?s renowned outboard units (February 07, 2006)
Summit Audio, Inc., a leading manufacturer of high-end signal processing equipment, recently launched a new website at www.summitaudio.com. Designed and programmed by FeverPitch Media Group (www.feverpitchmedia.com), the new site was built to emulate the proprietary look and feel of the companys renowned outboard units.
"Our website represents us to the entire world, so a fresh look with updated information is key," states Erik Papp, president of Summit Audio. "With a focus on our customers and quotes from many of them, our new site makes finding in-depth information about our products and services simple and quick. It also gives our customers a bit of the feeling of Summit Audio. That's really what the world wide web is all about: the ability to share information about our products and services with our customers."
In addition to its upgraded look and feel, the new site now allows Summit Audio customers to register their products online, and also features a dealer locator that is searchable by state. The product section has also been revamped with detailed product information, specifications, frequently asked questions and basic instructions for the companys wide array of gear.
About Summit Audio, Inc.:
Founded in 1979, Summit Audio, Inc. has always strived to develop innovative pro audio products that were carefully designed and constructed with the end-users need in mind. The Gardnerville, NV-based companys first product, the TLA-100, evolved into its flagship TLA-100A, which has been utilized on countless songs and albums over that past 20 years. Today, Summit Audio continues to craft sonically brilliant products to the most exacting standards, utilizing expert human ears and the best-available test equipment.
For more information visit www.summitaudio.com.
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