Irvine, CA (PRWEB) March 22, 2010
Digital Signature, the leading wireless audio solution company, today announced its product available to channel partners in the United States via Ingram Micro Inc. (NYSE: IM), the world's largest technology distributor.
"Our wireless computer audio solutions are perfect for anybody who is using computers as their audio solutions for business and pleasure", said Jay Jeon, VP of Marketing. "We are excited to work with Ingram's Channel partners, especially online resellers since wireless computer speakers is still emerging product. Most of early adapters are looking for advanced products by online research."
Digital Signature offers Mint Studio system, multiple room ready wireless computer speakers with 100 ft in house wireless operating range and its wireless USB audio transmitter supports up to three different wireless speakers simultaneously. Also its planned Mint wireless audio system includes: Mint Pro Transmission station accepting all digital audio sources: iPod dock, 3.5mm stereo audio jack and USB for computer; Mint Pro Receiver for existing audio device connection via RCA and 3.5mm mini stereo plug; Mint Wireless Soundbar solution compatible with Mint USB transmitter and Mint Pro Transmission station.
About Ingram Micro
As a vital link in the technology value chain, Ingram Micro creates sales and profitability opportunities for vendors and resellers through unique marketing programs, outsourced logistics services, technical support, financial services, and product aggregation and distribution. The company serves 150 countries and is the only broad-based global IT distributor with operations in Asia. Visit http://www.ingrammicro.com.
About Digital Signature
Since it introduced Mint 300, the world's first digital wireless computer speaker system, in 2007, Digital Signature has innovated its technology by introducing Mint 220, Mint 130, and Mint Studio in 2009. Digital Signature's main focus is on providing valuable wireless audio solutions to customers by combining user's needs to connect their computer, as the central audio source, to speakers seamlessly, engineering to produce great sound systems with easy set up, least interference and longer wireless range, and proper profit seeking operation philosophy, not the maximum.
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