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PS Engineering Cuts Prices On Popular Audio Panel

PMA7000B Available For $1,595

Taking advantage of improvements in manufacturing techniques, as well as years of reliability experience and technology improvements, PS Engineering recently announced a significant price reduction for its PMA7000B Audio Control Panel with integrated Marker beacon receiver.

Starting April 1, 2009, the List Price of the PMA7000B is $1,595.00... a $400 decrease.

"PS Engineering wants to help stimulate aircraft owners, and the PMA7000B is a great way to help," said company founder Mark Scheuer, "because the PMA7000B is backward compatible with the old King KMA 24, the installation cost is also low. There are still many KMA 24s in the fleet, and we want to help upgrade them all."

Upgrading to the PMA7000B from a KMA 24 involves replacing the unit tray, and adding an intercom harness. The radio interface stays the same, eliminating much of the installation labor.

With the new PMA7000B, the pilot gets a 6-place stereo intercom with PS Engineering's revolutionary IntelliVox® automatic voice-activated squelch system, two independent music inputs, split com and cellular telephone capability. PMA7000Bs shipped after March 30 will have a 2-year ProSupport warranty.
 
"This price decrease is possible because we leveraged improvements in technology with improved manufacturing efficiency," noted VP of Quality Systems, Gary Picou, "we used the collective experience of a decade of PMA7000 production to cut production costs, and we pass that along to the customer."

FMI: www.psengineering.com

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