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S1Digital to Ship CableCARD Enabled Media Centers in Early May

April 25th 2007, New York, NY - S1Digital, a leading builder of high-end Media Centers announced they will be introducing CableCARD (OCUR) enabled Media Centers and Servers in early May.

Digital Cable Tuners are the must have technology of 2007 and will allow customers to watch and record digital cable programming, including premium HDTV channels, directly from their S1Digital Media Center without the need for a set top box. Up to two Digital Cable Tuners can be installed on each Media Center.

When coupled with Media Center Extenders (such as the Xbox 360) customers will be able to stream live TV, including HDTV, to other rooms around their home via a standard home network, providing an extremely easy to install and use multi-room video distribution solution.

Adding Digital Cable Tuners rounds out S1Digital's already full featured solutions that include HD-DVD and Blu-ray playback, 1080p HDMI video output, 7.1 channel surround sound, multi-terabyte storage and Intel Viiv Technology. S1Digital Media Centers are powered by Intel Core 2 Duo and Quad processors and run Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate.

We are excited to offer this new HDTV experience on our Media Centers. The inclusion of CableCARD technology is yet another example of S1Digital's commitment to bringing the very best home entertainment solutions to our customers, said Paul Heitlinger, S1Digital CEO and founder.

S1Digital ProLine and Home Series Media Centers with CableCARD are available for pre-order now.

For a demonstration of S1Digital's Media Centers with CableCARD, visit the S1Digital Experience at 117 E. 7th St or Stereo Exchange, at 627 Broadway, just North of Houston St., in New York City (from the middle of May).

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