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For: Blaze Audio, POB 189, Lopez, WA 98261 http://www.blazeaudio.com
Further information: Tom Jeffries, pr@blazeaudio.com

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Can Our Troops Keep Up With the Home Team While in Iraq?

Seattle, WA, USA November 26, 2002: We all hope our soldiers donít have to pay a visit to Iraq- once was enough! But even if Iraq cooperates with the UN inspectors, our troops are spread out over the world, and, no matter where they are, they are bound to miss things from home.

Local sporting events are a good example. The local basketball game is not likely to be picked up by ESPN and broadcast in Korea, much less Afghanistan. Radio and internet radio provide much better coverage, but time differences mean that an afternoon or evening ball game is broadcast either in the middle of the night or when soldiers are on duty and canít easily listen.

There are some solutions. It is possible to connect a radio to the audio inputs of a VCR. Some people connect a timer to a cassette deck and set up the cassette deck to turn on at broadcast time. A few companies, including Roberts, even sell special purpose radios that will record to cassette according to timer settings.

Blaze Audio (http://www.blazeaudio.com) provides an easier way. Their new computer program, Power Record, enables users to set up an unlimited number of one-time, daily, weekly, or monthly recordings from radio or internet radio stations. Automatic gain control provides the best possible sound quality without distortion.

A big advantage to using a computer to record radio shows is the built-in graphic user interface. That makes setting up event recording much easier than it is with most VCRs. Also, Power Record allows conversion to MP3 and provides a button to call up one of Blaze Audioís powerful wave editors. Thatís very handy if you want to cut out the commercials!

We all wish our soldiers could stay at home and watch the ball game with their families. However, until that happy day arrives, at least they can listen to their favorite radio shows when they want to!

About Blaze Audio:

Blaze Audio is a subsidiary of Singing Electrons, Inc. ( http://www.singingelectrons.com ). Since 1984 Singing Electrons, Inc. has been a world leader in developing device drivers, applications, and firmware for AT&T, Disney, Dolby Labs, Lucasfilm, Motorola, NASA, Philips, QSound Labs, Samsung, Yahoo!, and a host of other companies.

For: Blaze Audio, POB 189, Lopez, WA 98261 http://www.blazeaudio.com
Further information: Tom Jeffries, pr@blazeaudio.com


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