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   Technology Stocks(PAMT) Is it really the sweet sound of music or a fleecing t


From: Taro3/18/2013 6:10:37 AM
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Reminds me a little of Stan Ovshinsky, and his now more than 350 U.S. patents and 800 foreign patents covering basic material compositions, product applications, and manufacturing processes around amorphous silicon and more.

Still remember when he first came out with Energy Conversion Devices, Inc. (later ECD), which had plans to produce Read Only Memories (ROMs) using this new technology.
That was around 1970 or so :)

/Taro

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To: Taro who wrote (1)4/1/2013 4:24:37 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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Insiders are acting like they are playing Hot Potato! Hot Potato! In last few months they have sold 299,873 shares.........new CEO is so confident in the company that he has sold over 25,000 shares. Insider ownership--Zilch! They have so many opportunities--they say! So why are they selling their stock?

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (2)4/3/2013 2:39:38 AM
From: Taro
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This venture IMHO have all the signs of an overly inflated nose doodoo....

/Taro

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To: Taro who wrote (3)4/3/2013 4:13:02 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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Ouch! This is only going too hurt a little--------

seekingalpha.com

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To: Taro who wrote (3)5/16/2013 7:54:39 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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usatoday.com

PAMT makes promises that coming 'soon' will be their money making product--in the real world the competition is selling product like hot cakes. You have to love today's article in USA Today where the tech guru points out that Bose, Philips, Sonos, Samsung and Sony are actually selling product. As for Sonos--Consumer response to the Sonos Playbar has been greater than expected, "We can't make them fast enough, says Sonos CEO John MacFarlane. "We're backlogged".

PAMT is and will continue to be a stock fraud that only puts them in the category of selling PAMT stock shares. It's only a matter of time before it comes crashing down.

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To: Arthur Radley who wrote (5)5/17/2013 7:52:12 AM
From: Taro
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Thanks. If only 'High Tech' enough and a smooth talk to go from some "Guru", then people go for it.
A 2nd career for Obama? As the "Guru" doing the presentations, I mean :)

/Taro

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To: Taro who wrote (6)12/23/2013 10:08:22 PM
From: Arthur Radley
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shopping.yahoo.com

But where is PAMT and their new bride---Turtle Beach?

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From: Arthur Radley3/27/2014 10:54:35 AM
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After the close today PAMT reports their consolidated numbers for the Turtle merger--will be interesting to see the fantastic numbers generated for this POS stock.

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From: Savant5/12/2015 5:26:40 PM
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HEAR... marketwatch.com

American Hearing Aid Associates For Groundbreaking HyperSound Clear™ Hearing Solutions Product

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Published: May 12, 2015 7:04 a.m. ET






Agreement Will Make HyperSound Clear™ Hearing Solutions Product Available to the Nation's Largest Network of Hearing Healthcare Providers When it Launches Later This Year


SAN DIEGO, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Turtle Beach Corporation HEAR, -2.53% the leading-edge audio technology company, today announced a new partnership with American Hearing Aid Associates (AHAA) as the Company moves closer to launching HyperSound Clear™, the first-of-its-kind directed audio solution that improves sound clarity and speech intelligibility for individuals with hearing loss. This newly formed partnership will make AHAA – one of the nation's largest and most highly regarded networks of hearing healthcare providers – one of the first to offer HyperSound Clear when it launches later this year.

"We're dedicated to empowering and supporting our network of hearing care professionals by providing a portfolio of strong, customer-centric solutions that add true value to end-users," said Barbara Lewis, Director of Customer Excellence and Quality Assurance for AHAA. "We recognize one of the key drivers to accelerating audiologic treatment is continually innovating current technology and developing new ones, and HyperSound Clear is a great example of a new technology that has the potential to really improve the lives of people with hearing loss."

"We are obviously thrilled to announce this partnership with AHAA as they immediately understand HyperSound Clear's value proposition for the hearing healthcare market," said Rodney Schutt, Senior Vice President and General Manager for HyperSound at Turtle Beach Corporation. "HyperSound Clear is a great fit for the hearing healthcare industry, whether as a gateway product in the early stages of a patient's hearing health journey prior to owning hearing aids, or as an 'unplugged' entertainment solution after they've purchased hearing aids."

Added Tina Soika, President of AHAA: "HyperSound Clear's novel approach to delivering speech intelligibility makes it a uniquely effective solution, not only for individuals with hearing loss, but for their loved ones as well. We are excited to provide our associates with a wider range of hearing loss treatments than ever before."

HyperSound is Turtle Beach Corporation's fundamentally new approach to sound delivery that utilizes thin panels to generate an ultrasound beam that carries audio through the air. The panels direct sound in a narrow, controlled beam; much the way a flashlight directs a beam of light. When an individual enters the beam's radius, they hear immersive 3D audio, similar to wearing a surround sound headset. The characteristics of the HyperSound Clear audio beam have been shown to improve the clarity of audio and speech intelligibility in individuals with certain types of hearing loss.

In February 2014 Turtle Beach Corporation received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance to market the HyperSound Audio System to improve clarity and comprehension of sound. Researchers estimate that one in five Americans, and one in three people over age 65, suffer from hearing loss. Impacting over 48 million Americans, hearing loss is the third most common chronic physical condition in the United States after arthritis and heart disease. An estimated 360 million people worldwide suffer from some form of hearing loss.

About American Hearing Aid AssociatesAmerican Hearing Aid Associates (AHAA – www.ahaanet.com) represents the nation's highest-quality and most accessible hearing healthcare network, comprised of professional audiologists, hearing aid dispensers, otolaryngologists, hospitals, and universities across the country. AHAA aims to raise the quality of hearing healthcare throughout America by continual evaluation and upgrading of the educational standards and technical expertise of its hearing Associates.

About Turtle Beach CorporationTurtle Beach Corporation ( www.turtlebeachcorp.com) designs leading-edge audio products for the consumer, commercial and healthcare markets. Under the Turtle Beach brand ( www.turtlebeach.com), the Company markets a wide selection of quality gaming

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From: Savant6/23/2015 9:45:07 AM
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HEAR partners w/Amplified Resource Group, Hypersound for hearing clarity

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