PreSonus launches rebate package

US: PreSonus Audio Electronics has unveiled two economic downturn-defying rebate offers, reports PSN-e. Introduced in order to help PreSonus' customers "continue to create, record and produce music during these tough economic times," the Audio Stimulus Package incorporates two distinct offers.
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US: PreSonus Audio Electronics has unveiled two economic downturn-defying rebate offers, reports PSN-e. Introduced in order to help PreSonus' customers "continue to create, record and produce music during these tough economic times," the Audio Stimulus Package incorporates two distinct offers.

The first rebate revolves around PreSonus' recording systems, and entails a free Faderport USB DAW controller ($249), pictured, with the purchase of a FireStudio, FireStudio Tube, FireStudio Lightpipe or FireStudio Project. The rebate form can be downloaded here.

The second rebate involves the provision of a free HP4 headphone amplifier ($159) with the purchase of one of four PreSonus pre-amplifiers (DigiMax D8, DigiMax LT, DigiMax FS, DigiMax 96k). The rebate form for this offer is available here.

Web » www.presonus.com

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