Home Theater Review Launches New Facebook Fan Page

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HomeTheaterReview.com, a leading specialty audio and home theater publication catering to the AV enthusiast, has launched a brand new and highly improved Fan site on the popular social networking site Facebook. This isn't the first page for the online publication; however it is drastically upgraded over the former page which is being replaced in early September 2009.

The new HomeTheaterReview.com Facebook page offers many new features including:
• Daily updates of news, exclusive features and equipment reviews from HomeTheaterReview.com
• Readers can explore HTR's writers' reference systems.
• Readers are encouraged to post photos of their own systems.
• An open, honest and moderated dialog is available for readers to discuss the often complicated world of high performance audio-video.

Becoming a fan of HomeTheaterReview.com is simple and free. Simply visit the following URL and click "Become a Fan" on the top part of the page.

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Home-Theater-Review/257247170028


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