Parasound to Partner with Indie Film

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Parasound to Partner with Indie Film


Parasound_Love_in_Training_small.jpgSan Francisco based electronics manufacturer, Parasound, has partnered with independent filmmaker, Andrew Robinson, and his upcoming romantic comedy, Love In Training in order to provide amplifiers to the film's production facilities.

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Parasound has been and is used by studios and professionals the world over such as Lucasfilm, Pixar, Sony Pictures, Warner Brothers, Kanye West and Gary Rydstrom. Parasound products have even been credited on screen in films such as Star Wars Episode I, Episode II and Episode III.

"Working with Parasound on Love In Training is a bit of a dream come true for me. Parasound was the first high-end amplifier I ever purchased while still in college and I bought it because of Parasound's storied reputation among the studio elite. I was pleased when it turned out to be among the better sounding products I'd ever heard. Now, some 12 years later, I get the opportunity to work with the very men and women who helped inspire me to get into this business, which is amazing and a storyline worthy of a Hollywood script," said Robinson, the film's writer/director.

The post production team behind Love In Training will be utilizing products from Parasound's flagship Halo line of products, specifically the A 51 and A 52 amplifiers. Both the A 51 and A 52 carry with them THX Ultra 2 certification as well as circuitry design by the legendary John Curl, who has been creating industry leading designs with Parasound for decades. The A 51 multi-channel amplifier retails for $4,500 where as the less expensive A 52 can be purchased for $2,500.

Additional Resources
• Read more movie news from HomeTheaterReview.com.
• Learn about B&W's partnership with the Love in Training production.
• Explore more partnerships in our Industry Trade News section.
• See reviews in our Amplifier Review section.

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