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Middle Atlantic Introduces New Intelligent Quiet-Cool Series Thermal Management solutions at CEDIA Expo 2006

Expanding on its comprehensive array of innovative and intelligent thermal management solutions for residential AV applications, Middle Atlantic Products introduced its new Quiet-Cool series 9/19/2006 8:21 AM Eastern

Middle Atlantic Introduces New Intelligent Quiet-Cool Series Thermal Management solutions at CEDIA Expo 2006

Sep 19, 2006 12:21 PM




Expanding on its comprehensive array of innovative and intelligent thermal management solutions for residential AV applications, Middle Atlantic Products introduced its new Quiet-Cool series at CEDIA Expo 2006. Designed to effectively remove heat from critical areas where high temperatures can impact the performance and lifespan of AV electronics, the Quiet-Cool series comprises three thermostatically controlled, ultra-quiet cooling products for use in open shelving, cabinet, and closet environments.

The series includes The Component Cooler, The Cabinet Cooler, and The Closet Cooler, each carefully engineered with residential integrators in mind to ensure easy installation and consistently effective heat removal for a variety of common residential AV applications.

All units of the Quiet-Cool series complement Middle Atlantic Products’ range of effective thermal management solutions and reflect the company’s pioneering commitment to thermal management in residential AV environments. Products such as the award-winning Ultra Quiet Fan Panel and Proportional Speed Thermostatic Fan Control couple intelligent thermal control, critical ambient noise reduction and aesthetics designed to match the integrators’ dedication to detail.

“The new Quiet-Cool series enables residential systems integrators to install reliable AV systems that are less susceptible to equipment failure as a result of over-heating,” notes Mark Tracy, director of marketing, Middle Atlantic Products. “Now more than ever, Middle Atlantic Products offers the residential systems community a comprehensive array of thermal, power, cable and rack systems so that integrators can provide wholly integrated enclosure systems for a wide range of home AV environments.”

For more information, visit middleatlantic.com.


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