|Ithaca, NY September 29, 1999 netDrives announces today that their MP3/CD player for home stereo systems is now available. The player, called the BRUJO (pronounced brew-hoe), is the first on the market that can directly connect to a home stereo’s receiver or amplified stereo speakers
"With the BRUJO, the mp3 listener is now freed from the confines of computer speakers or portable player headphones," stated Jennifer Wolfe, president of netDrives. "The BRUJO is spurring the evolution of mp3’s by allowing the music to be heard free, clear and completely separate from your PC."
The BRUJO plays all compact discs containing mp3 files. Users download mp3 music files from the Internet, then transfer them onto a CD-R or CD-RW. The disc can then be played, using the BRUJO, on a home stereo system. Discs containing .mp3 files can hold over 200 songs and over 11 hours of music.
In addition to playing mp3 files, the BRUJO also plays standard CD’s. "This features helps merge your Internet experience with your personal life. Plus, it eliminates the need for another piece of hardware," said Wolfe. The BRUJO, which comes with a remote control, can be purchased through netDrives’ web site at www.netDrives.com for $299.99.
Headquartered in Ithaca, NY, netDrives is dedicated to developing digital audio products and services that make the latest music technology affordable. Through its introduction of the world’s first MP3/CD player for home stereos, netDrives is providing greater accessibility to digital music for all consumers. For more information call netDrives toll-free at 888-556-5650 or visit their web site at www.netDrives.com.
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