Join us in Las Vegas Jan. 5-8 for 2006 International CES

Audio-Technica’s Import Series makes its debut at 2006 International CES—Booth 71037 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas.


Audio-Technica’s Import Series makes its debut at 2006 International CES—Booth 71037 at the Sands Expo and Convention Center in Las Vegas. An exciting selection of audiophile, DJ and portable headphones previously available only in Japan, the Import Series includes full-size circumaural headphones for the audio purist; models designed for the working DJ; incredibly comfortable clip-on headphones for active listeners; great-sounding ear buds especially popular for use with portable players; as well as an innovative fold-up design that can be tucked away in a pocket for use on the go.

Another highlight at A-T CES, Audio-Technica’s ATR Series offers a comprehensive line of microphones from handheld vocal/instrument mics to console and computer models. Now, the ATR Series is better than ever with new eye-catching, attractive packaging designed to stand out on the retail sales floor. The packaging, which coordinates with A-T’s new accessories packaging, communicates a new energy and excitement for the brand. Products are viewable through a die-cut window on the front panel; features and technical specifications are listed in both English and French. The bright, eye-appealing designs will help consumers connect with Audio-Technica’s most affordable line of microphones for home and office.

About CES
The global audio industry once again places its latest products and technologies at center stage as more than 130,000 industry professionals travel to the 2006 International CES® to see the most recent advancements in high-performance audio, portable entertainment devices, satellite radio, home studio products, HD-radio and more.

The International CES features products—and the companies that create them—from many different consumer technology markets. The first CES took place in New York City in June of 1967 with 200 exhibitors and 17,500 attendees. Since then, CES has grown more than seven-fold. Nearly 2,500 exhibitors, filling 1.5 million net square feet of exhibit space, showcased their latest products and services to more than 130,000 attendees at the 2005 International CES. The show is sponsored by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).