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Enclave Audio Announces Partnership with ProSource 

Woodland Hills, Calif. – Enclave Audio®, manufacturer of the immersive wireless audio system CineHome™ portfolio for home entertainment environments, announces a new partnership with ProSource, the largest specialty and consumer electronics merchandising group in the United States.

Representing more than 550 specialty retailers and custom integrators, ProSource is a cooperative, member-governed, not-for-profit organization. This new partnership will allow Enclave Audio to expand its customer base, providing specialty audio/video retailers and integrators with cutting-edge wireless technology and connectivity via the Enclave CineHome II and CineHome PRO systems. ProSource members will now have convenient access to immersive audio systems to keep up with the rising consumer demand for home theater upgrades.

“This alliance is extremely exciting for the team at Enclave Audio as we look forward to the mutual growth opportunities afforded to us as partners,” said Paul Burgess, Executive Vice President of Sales for Enclave Audio. “The ProSource team and members are leaders in the audio/video industry.  They drive this position with professionalism and dedication to customer satisfaction. Enclave products will provide a solution to satisfy the desire of their customers for an easy to set up and use home theater experience.”

“Our position this year was not to add any vendor partners to the group, said Dave Workman, CEO of ProSource.  “However, the Enclave wireless systems offer a unique and compelling solution to the demand we are seeing in the market for a high quality, simple to install product that will enhance the home theater experience that so many TV customers are looking for.”

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