Mindmachines.com Permanently Discontinues Photosonix® Products Including Nova Pro 100, InnerPulse and Luma 10
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) May 20, 2012
The MindMachines board has voted unanimously to irrevocably discontinue all Photosonix® products on a permanent basis. This is the first time the board has voted unanimously on the subject. The light and sound machines affected by this decision are the Nova Pro 100, the InnerPulse, and the Luma 10. Board member Christopher Oliver says, “As the session designer for nearly all of the Photosonix® sessions I really wanted to reconcile a dealer agreement with Photosonix®, but even after a personal guarantee from me, Ray Wolfe would not agree. I have made several overtures to Photosonix® since joining the board and they have been declined. I have finally decided to change my vote and make this a permanent company decision. “.
MindMachines representative, Fred Williams states, “There will be no further dialogue with Photosonix® regarding dealerships or distribution. We will no longer answer any inquiries regarding Photosonix® products. Our relationship with Photosonix® is one hundred percent dissolved.".
MindMachines.com is one of the largest global retailers of light and sound mind machines. The company also owns the AVS Journal magazine.
Microfirm Inc. owns the Photosonix® brand name and manufacturers the Nova Pro 100 (released in 1998), the InnerPulse (released in 2002) and the Luma 10 (released in 2003). Photosonix, Nova Pro 100, InnerPulse and Luma 10 are trademarks of Microfirm Inc.