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MTX thinks the way to a home theater/custom dealer’s heart is through his calf muscles. That’s why the company is fielding a spring promotion awarding a limited-edition MTX Audio-branded Trek mountain bike worth around $400 to dealers who place qualifying orders of a certain size for MTX Audio products from now through May. The promo, open to both new and existing retailers, is designed to “try to get dealers interested in higher margins,” Mitek’s vice president/general manager of residential audio, Al Congdon, said. “We don’t think they should settle for 50 points on our competitors’ products, when they can get 65

DCM Loudspeakers and Wechter Guitars have teamed up to promote DCM’s 30th anniversary by emblazoning the DCM logo on a series of limited edition guitars. 50 Wechter 300 Pathmaker guitars will have the DCM logo engraved on the neckboard. Founder Abe Wechter will sign and number each of the instruments. DCM dealers who achieve a certain amount in sales on DCM product in the month of October will receive one of the guitars in their choice of colors. Remaining guitars will be given away online and at events. Al Congdon, residential audio director for DCM said, “DCM and Wechter

Minolta is mourning the loss of Katsusaburo "Ken" Nakamura, the former president of Minolta Corp, and retired director of Minolta Co. Ltd. He died of natural causes October 4 in Tokyo. He was 71 years old. Nakamura was instrumental in establishing Minolta in the United States in the 1950s and '60s. He began his career at Minolta in 1953. He came to the U.S. in 1955 and didn't return to Japan until 1969. He had served in senior executive positions at Minolta in photography, instrument systems and planetarium operations. He retired in 1995. He is survived by his wife and two children. Brad Anderson,

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