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Shure Rebates For 700 MHz Wireless Systems End December 31, 2009

Customers may submit their rebate forms with the purchase of the following new replacement products: UHF-R, ULX, MX690/SLX4L, PSM700 (H3, L2 bands), and PGX

The long-running Shure rebate program, which offers customers up to $1,000 for the trade-in of Shure 700 MHz frequency band (698-806 MHz) wireless systems as well as any other qualifying 700 MHz frequency band wireless systems and their related components, will be ending December 31, 2009.

“The deadline for our wireless rebate program is fast-approaching,” said Mark Humrichouser, General Manager of Shure’s Americas Business Unit.  “Unfortunately, some customers are unaware that Verizon, AT&T, and other new licensees have already begun to use the 700 MHz band. Service trials are underway in several U.S. cities, so it’s only a matter of time before wireless microphones and personal monitors operating in this band begin to experience interference.

“We want to remind everyone that there are just a few weeks left to take advantage of the rebate and offset the cost of replacing 700 MHz wireless systems – whether made by Shure or someone else.”

Customers may submit their rebate forms with the purchase of the following new replacement products: UHF-R, ULX, MX690/SLX4L, PSM700 (H3, L2 bands), and PGX.

For a complete summary of the terms and conditions of the rebate program, to learn which products are eligible, and to obtain a rebate form, go to www.shure.com/rebate.

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