Meridian Offers Performance Trade Up Program

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Meridian Offers Performance Trade Up Program


Meridian-818-AV-Preamp.jpgWith immediate effect - and until the 31st May 2012 - customers can obtain a minimum trade-up value from an authorized Meridian retailer on selected CD Players and Controller products against the purchase of a new 800 Reference Series product.

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This follows the recent announcement of the company's latest 800 Series model, the 818 Reference Audio Core. Meridian is pleased to announce this special opportunity for all owners of previous 500 Series, C Series, G Series or 800 Series Players or Controllers, allowing customers to trade up to the current range of 800 Reference Series products - the 808.3 Signature Reference CD player, 861 V6 Reference Digital Surround Controller and 818 Reference Audio Core.

All customers need do is contact an authorized Meridian retailer for full details of the opportunity.

More information can be found here:
http://www.meridian-audio.com/features/trade-up-to-reference-performance.aspx

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