April 27, 2007
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Newton, Mass., April 27, 2007 –Chestnut Hill Sound’s first product, GEORGE, a digital audio system for the iPod, has received Editor’s Choice Awards from PC Magazine, LapTop and Mac|Life. GEORGE was launched in January at CES and Macworld, where it also won a Best of Show award from Macworld Magazine.

“We are delighted with the acclaim that GEORGE has received from the marketplace,” said Steve Krampf, CEO of Chestnut Hill Sound. “GEORGE is designed to offer consumers superb audio and value. With GEORGE, consumers can easily add new software upgrades via a USB port and can support future hardware updates with optional modules.”

GEORGE is the first digital music system to combine an iPod playback system, full feature wireless remote, BANDLESS AM/FM radio and alarm system in one product. Chestnut Hill Sound developed GEORGE specifically to work with the iPod and it has been certified to meet Apple performance standards. GEORGE is available for purchase at select Apple Stores, and for $549 and $599 MSRP with a remote charging stand.

About Chestnut Hill Sound
Based in Newton Massachusetts, Chestnut Hill Sound is defining digital audio for the home by providing breakthrough solutions for a new generation of listeners. The company has created the world’s first central platform for the playback of digital audio content. Its flagship product GEORGE is the only digital audio system that enables users to easily access, fully control and conveniently listen to their iPod music collections.

CHS was founded by audio and technology pioneers seasoned in developing and producing professional and consumer digital audio systems, computer software and building and managing early-stage technology companies. For more details, visit

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Faith Goldshore
Chestnut Hill Sound
Phone: (617) 618-1800 x 210
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