Meridian’s new speaker trade-up program allows owners of older Meridian speakers to step into the company’s current product line, which includes products like the DSP7200 active, freestanding loudspeaker.
October 08, 2010 by Robert Archer
Meridian Audio has rolled out a new promotion whereby the company will offer a minimum value trade-up price for most existing Meridian loudspeakers against the purchase of higher performance, latest specification models.
All owners of Meridian floorstanding, stand mounted, center channel and bookshelf loudspeakers will be offered an opportunity to trade-up to the current range of Digital Active Loudspeakers, including the company’s flagship DSP8000 freestanding loudspeakers.
The trade-up promotion applies to these Meridian loudspeakers:
- DSP Digital Active models: DSP6000, DSP7000, DSP5500, DSP5000, DSP3100, and DSP33
- Digital Active models: D6000, D600, D10, D2500, and D1500
- Active models: M3100, M33, M60, M100, M30, M20, M10, M3, M2, M1, M2500, and M1500
- Passive models: A500, A3, A2, and A1
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