SOURCE: The Guitammer Company

The Guitammer Company

June 15, 2016 08:33 ET

Guitammer Receives Patent on New Type of Haptic Transducer

WESTERVILLE, OH--(Marketwired - Jun 15, 2016) - The Guitammer Company (OTCQB: GTMM), the worldwide leader in haptic-tactile broadcast technology and creator of the award-winning ButtKicker®-brand low frequency audio transducers that provide a uniquely immersive entertainment experience, announced today that it recently received a patent on a new type of low frequency transducer for haptic effects.

This new transducer, the "K Series," is completely different and distinct from the Company's "ButtKicker®" brand products. It features a form factor that allows it to be scaled from one centimeter (less than 1/2 of one-inch wide) or even smaller, all the way up to 30 centimeters (12 inches) and beyond. For example, a 12.5 cm (approximately 5 inches) wide unit is less than 3.5 cm (approximately 1.4 inches) thick.

Because of their width to thickness to power ratios, these transducers will be ideal in applications and products that ButtKicker transducers cannot be used with and should help further expand and grow Guitammer's haptic hardware sales, especially in the cinema and gaming markets.

Like Guitammer's ButtKicker low frequency transducers, these units are both powerful and musically accurate and designed for the most demanding types of installations and uses.

The "K series" is expected to be available for sale in Q4 of 2016; pricing has not been released.

About The Guitammer Company (www.guitammer.com)

A global leader in low frequency haptic-tactile audio products and broadcast technology. Its patented and patent pending broadcast technologies -- via cable, satellite, fiber optic, IPTV, and over-the-air -- enable broadcasts featuring the excitement, impact and feeling of live sporting events, together with the sound and video, putting viewers right into the action... whether they are at home or at the live event. More information at www.guitammer.com/4Dsports.

The Company's innovative and award-winning line of patented ButtKicker-brand low frequency audio transducers help users feel low-frequency sound (bass). They are musically accurate, powerful and virtually indestructible. ButtKicker transducers are used by a wide range of worldwide entertainment industry leaders, including: AMC Theatres, Regal Entertainment, Alamo Drafthouse, IMAX, Disney and Lumiere Pavilions. Other uses include world-famous musicians (via Pearl Drums), home theaters, video games, simulators and car audio, to name a few. The Guitammer Company is based in Westerville, OH. Follow us on Social Media via www.facebook.com/TheButtKicker and www.twitter.com/TheButtKicker.

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