NEUTRIK USA ADDS BLING TO BEST-SELLING XLR’S

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LAKEWOOD, NJ – Performers are now not the only shining stars on stage—

Neutrik USA

’s best-selling XX series XLR’s have officially been blinged out with Swarovski crystals. Named,

CrystalCon

, this connector line is geared towards users looking for that extra sparkle on stage or on-set. Fancy, noble, valuable and attractive – the crystal XLR’s and crystal

Plugs, made with Swarovski crystals are eye catchers, offering a unique appearance and innovative look. Now visually enhanced by CRYSTALLIZED TM – Swarovski Elements, CrystalCon is based on established Neutrik connector products, offering all the benefits and features found in the company’s best-selling XLR’s. CrystalCon is also branded with a unique hologram, which guarantees a genuine and authentic Neutrik product.

“CrystalCon is a unique offering from Neutrik, as this is the first time the company has decorated its connectors to enhance its visual appearance,� says Jim Cowan, president of Neutrik USA. “CrystalCon is just the beginning of several novelty-type connectors that we are looking into. Creating specialty products is a great way to make our connectors standout, not only technically, but now visually.� Neutrik manufactures a wide array of XLR connectors and receptacles, jacks and plugs, speaker connectors and accessories for the professional audio industry. Neutrik USA is located at 195 Lehigh Avenue, Lakewood, NJ 08701. # # #

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