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MusicianLink, Inc. announced today the first major public demonstration of the jamLink at the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM). The NAMM show takes place in Anaheim, Calif., Jan 14-17, 2010, at the Anaheim Convention Center. MusicianLink's will be exhibiting in Hall E, Booth #1106. MusicianLink is also announcing a special jamLink promotion for the NAMM Show. Direct from its website, MusicianLink is offering the jamLink for only $149.99, which is 50% off the suggested retail price. Customers may also purchase one additional jamLink for $50.00 while supplies last. "At the NAMM Show, we are inviting people to try the jamLink. We will have Dan Meblin from the band PopFiction online and ready to play with anyone who stops by our booth. Dan will be in Novato, CA, which is more than 400 miles away." said David Willyard, Co-Founder and CEO of MusicianLink. "It's a great opportunity for people to come and experience the jamLink for themselves." The jamLink is an Internet audio device enabling musicians to play in sync from multiple locations across town or hundreds of miles apart. The jamLink delivers CD-quality audio and works with guitars, bass, keyboards, drums and vocals - basically any instrument or mic that has a 1/4" instrument output. Musicians, singers and songwriters with a high-speed Internet connection are now able to collaborate without sacrificing audio quality or accounting for latency. The jamLink requires a high-speed Internet connection, a web browser and headphones. There is no software to install; third party hardware or software to configure and troubleshoot; or subscription to maintain. It was designed with plug and play ease in mind. The jamLink is equipped with an Ethernet port that connects it to the network and is controlled by software hosted by your computer's web browser. Once users log into MusicianLink.com, they can manage and initiate the jamLink sessions as easily as starting a chat session. Bandwidth Requirements
The jamLink requires a high-speed Internet connection. The recommended minimum bandwidths are 1,000 kbps upstream and 2,000 kbps downstream. The jamLink works with Windows, Mac or Linux operating systems and uses a standard web browser for operation.
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