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Palm-Sized Sirius Satellite Radio Receiver Unveiled by The Brix Group; All New Streamer GT Complete System Available for Under $130


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CAMPBELL, CA -- December 15, 2004 -- In your truck, car or home, bring the vast world of satellite radio in the palm of your hand. Streamer GT, the latest in a line of satellite radio products from The Brix Group, brings affordability and portability to satellite radio. With the addition of the palm-sized Streamer GT to Brix’s existing portfolio of truck, auto and home satellite radio equipment, users will have “always on” access to more than 120 channels of SIRIUS Satellite Radio’s (Nasdaq:SIRI) commercial-free music, sports, information and entertainment.

Featuring a three line full display, unique for satellite radio products of this size, the palm-sized Streamer GT also sports an ergonomically designed toggle control for easy channel changes while driving and even wearing gloves. The Streamer GT weighs 6 ounces and has 30 presets to store your favorite channels. The Streamer GT is also equipped with a built-in wireless FM transmitter with 100 frequencies, which allows the Streamer GT to play through virtually any FM radio.

The Streamer GT is available now exclusively from The Brix Group’s American Wireless and Pana-Pacific divisions for a retail price of $129.95. The Streamer GT Professional kit is packaged with a remote and heavy-duty suction cup for easy mounting. A home kit is available for $29.99. A standard vehicle kit will also be available. SIRIUS Satellite Radio subscriptions costs are $12.95 per month, with discounts for up-front payments of a year or more.

The affordable and ultra-small Streamer GT is available for purchase at any participating American Wireless or Pana-Pacific dealer (visit our online dealer locator at http://www.americanwireless.com/dealers.html), participating OEM truck dealer and truck stop location, or online at www.americanwireless.com.

“The Brix Group’s long history in the heavy truck, commercial vehicle and car audio markets has enabled us to design and manufacture a winning product at an affordable price point for all types of applications,” said Harry Brix, CEO and Founder of The Brix Group. “We believe Streamer GT is an ideal combination of form, function and price for new and existing satellite radio customers.”

About SIRIUS

SIRIUS delivers more than 120 channels of the best commercial-free music, compelling talk shows, news and information, and the most exciting sports programming to listeners across the country in digital quality sound. SIRIUS offers 65 channels of 100% commercial-free music, and features over 55 channels of sports, news, talk, entertainment, traffic and weather for a monthly subscription fee of only $12.95. SIRIUS also broadcasts live play-by-play games of the NFL and NBA, and is the Official Satellite Radio partner of the NFL.

For more information about the new Streamer Boombox or any satellite radio product, visit http://www.americanwireless.com/stream.html or call 866-787-1810.

About The Brix Group

The company was founded in 1971 by Harry Brix as “Motor Sound Corporation” with the intent of distributing car audio products in the San Francisco Bay area. Renamed The Brix Group, Inc. in 1998 the company is composed of three divisions. The company’s telecom division, American Wireless, founded in 1984 was the first and is now one of the largest master agents in the U.S. American Wireless serves as a critical intermediary between wireless carriers and their corresponding subagents with retail locations. Extensive product and service offerings include postpaid, prepaid, cellular, satellite TV & radio, fulfillment, distribution, warranty programs, and hardware and accessories. The company’s OEM division, Pana-Pacific OEM, serves as a wholesale original equipment supplier of audio, video, security, communications, telematics, and dashboard electronics equipment to the heavy-duty truck industry. The newly created Brix Labs offers turnkey sales and marketing solutions to international OEM electronics manufacturers whose goal is to penetrate the US market and reduce dependency on OEM contracts.



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