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Monoprice Showcases its New Pro Audio Series Products at Summer NAMM

In continuing to hit all the right notes with price conscious musicians, singers, producers and DJs, tech gear direct sales leader Monoprice is showcasing its expanded line of Pro Audio Series products at the mid-year gathering for members of the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM®). This year, Summer NAMM will be held July 17-19 at the Music City Center in Nashville, Tennessee.

Monoprice’s return to Summer NAMM is again featuring a booth with functioning demonstrations of everything music lovers and professionals could possibly want, from new guitar models to expanded stage lighting and rigging equipment. Visitors can try out the company’s latest high-quality pro audio gear, which is typically priced at 50 to 70 percent below competitors’ comparable brand products.

“We are excited to show many new products for our ever-growing and enthusiastic customer base,” said Jess Macintyre, Monoprice’s product manager for Pro Audio. “Monoprice continues to redefine music industry expectations by bringing the same high-quality pro audio products directly to consumers without the price markup typically seen in the industry. The quality of our pro audio line becomes clear when experienced musicians, performers and producers try out our equipment at our booth.”

At Summer NAMM, Monoprice is unveiling new pro audio products such as studio equipment, guitars, percussion, band and orchestra gear, as well as stage lighting equipment.

New and featured products include:

  • Acoustic/Electric Guitar with EQ
  • Eb Alto Saxophone
  • Bb Trumpet
  • 4/4 Flamed Maple Violin
  • 10-inch Studio Subwoofer
  • 300-Watt (150w RMS x 2) Studio Power Amplifier 10-Channel Mixer with USB
  • 48-Point TRS Patchbay
  • 20-Watt 1x8 Combo Guitar Amplifier
  • Full-Sized Guitar Effects Pedals and an expanded line of Mini Effects Pedals
  • Electronic Drum Kit and Auxiliary Percussion Items and Cymbal Selections

Monoprice encourages Summer NAMM attendees to visit exhibition booth #354 to experience the company’s exciting new pro audio products in person. Additional information may also be found on under its ProAudio Series category.

About Monoprice®
Based in Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Monoprice, Inc. is a rapidly growing e-commerce business, specializing in high-quality yet affordable consumer electronics and tech products, including a wide variety of cables, home theater equipment, networking and IT gear, mobile accessories, PC and gaming accessories, and pro audio equipment. Established in 2002, Monoprice offers more than 6,500 of its own branded products via its website The company has built its stellar brand reputation upon customer word of mouth, the consistent ability to deliver premium quality products at prices far below other national brands, and outstanding customer service. More information about Monoprice may be found at Follow us on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, Spiceworks, and YouTube. Monoprice is a business unit of Blucora, Inc. (NASDAQ: BCOR).

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