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[February 18, 2013]

Napthine Porter has been appointed as UK PR representatives for the legendary audio giant McIntosh

(Cision (English) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) 18th February 2013 - Jordan Acoustics has appointed Napthine Porter Ltd as its UK PR representatives for McIntosh Laboratories with immediate effect. The internationally renowned audio giant, based in New York, has legendary status in audio as a producer of some of the finest music -playback products in the world. Since 1949, McIntosh Laboratory has been hand-producing iconic audio products that have stood the test of time; its MC275 valve amp celebrated its 50th year in 2011. The company has a rich audio heritage and to this day operates from its Binghamton factory in New York, constructed back in 1956. Known for its distinctive looks and distinguished audio products, McIntosh Laboratories has an enviable service and back-up department and a reputation for customer service that has cemented its place in specialist audio circles as a true legend.

Today’s McIntosh range comprises several collections from sophisticated high-end audio systems, complete with loudspeakers, to high-quality, lifestyle-focused solutions and home cinema systems. McIntosh is distributed in the UK by Jordan Acoustics, Britain’s leading high-end audio distributor/retailer.

Press contact For further McIntosh information, images or review products, please contact Dan George on +44 (0)7899 808918 or email: dan@napthineporter.com Contacts for publication (McIntosh is distributed in the UK by Jordan Acoustics) Tel: 01202 911886 Email: mcintosh@jordanacoustics.co.uk Web: www.jordanacoustics.co.uk and www.mcintoshlabs.com About McIntosh Laboratory Founded in 1949, McIntosh Laboratory is known for offering distinguished quality audio products, superior customer service and the ultimate experience in music and film. All McIntosh products are handcrafted at the Binghamton factory in New York by 130 employees with a passion for music and the McIntosh heritage. McIntosh continues to define the ultimate home entertainment experience for discriminating consumers around the world, with the iconic ‘McIntosh Blue’ Watt Meters globally recognized as a symbol of quality audio.

Since its inception, McIntosh has been powering some of the most important moments in music history and pop culture. From President Lyndon Johnson’s inauguration speech, to Woodstock, to the infamous Grateful Dead ‘Wall of Sound’, McIntosh has not only witnessed history, it has shaped it. With McIntosh, customers have the ability to create their own premium audio experience – and truly live their music.

McIntosh Laboratory, Inc. is a Fine Sounds SpA company. For more information on McIntosh Laboratory visit www.McIntoshLabs.com or join us on Facebook www.facebook.com/mcintoshlabs and Twitter @McIntoshLabs.


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