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Upgrade AuI ConverteR 48x44 3.x to 4.x Rules


Who get free upgrade

1. Owners of Extra Warranty will get upgrade 3.x to 4.0 during term of  Extra Warranty absolutely free.


2. Owners of AuI ConverteR 48x44, purchased after 2014 October 1, get free upgrade.


Since 2014 December 20

1. Extra Warranty for PROduce-RD edition will cost $95*.

2. Extra Warranty for PROduce-R edition will cost $65*.


How save money for upgrade

1. If your AuI ConverteR 48x44 still in Standard Warranty (1 year after purchasing), you can order Extra Warranty during term of Standard Warranty.

2. Upgrade your edition to PROduce-RD without overpayment before 2014 December 20.

3. Owners of Audiophil-E and PROduce-R editions (out of Standard or Extra Warranty) will get 20% discount (for full price of target [upgraded] edition) for next cases:

    a. Audiophil-E 3.x to Audiophil-E 4.0,

    b. Audiophil-E 3.x to PROduce-R 4.0,

    c. PROduce-R 3.x to PROduce-R 4.0.

Upgrade request (contains your first and last name, order number and e-mail, license key) send here.

Hurry, possible some changing in upgrading rules.

* All prices without EU V.A.T.




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