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SYNETIC SYSTEMS CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE RAPID GROWTH

 SYNETIC SYSTEMS CONTINUES TO EXPERIENCE RAPID GROWTH
 SEATTLE, Dec. 12 /PRNewswire/ -- The following was released today


by Synetic Systems Inc.:
 Synetic Systems Inc., the Seattle-based designer and manufacturer of light and sound brain wave synchronizers, continues to experience rapid growth. Sales growth and publicity have been fueled by the May release of the inexpensive MasterMind(TM) system, which made its debut at the Summer Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago. The MasterMind is a full-featured, compact and conveniently portable brain wave synchronizer, with a suggested retail price of $229. Featured in "USA Today" as one of the most interesting new products at the show, it has proven to be one of the best-selling products in the Hammacher- Schlemmer catalog, and has recently been selected for Hammacher's video "Christmas catalog."
 The national media have given the company a boost by featuring its products in publications such as "Popular Electronics" (second time -- December 1991), Northwest Airlines' "Compass Readings" flight magazine (December 1991 -- "Global Market" section), "Men's Health" (Rodale Press - November/December 1991) and "Playboy" (December 1991). Coupled with the company's earlier notoriety in publications such as "U.S. News & World Report," "The Robb Report," "EastWest," "Alaska Airlines" flight magazine, "Popular Electronics" (first time -- February 1991), "Longevity," "Writer's Digest," "High Times," "Meditation," "Verbum," the French Edition of "Muscle & Fitness," Synetic Systems has definitely made inroads into the mainstream psyche, and this has really assisted the company's marketing efforts.
 Synetic Systems Inc., founded in 1988 by Robert Austin and Marlin Greene, is focusing its development efforts on identifying and utilizing non-invasive technologies for cognitive enhancement and relaxation. The company is also evaluating the potential application of these techniques as alternatives to the use of drugs in the treatment of certain medical conditions, as well as their use in Theta State accelerated learning.
 The company's instruments rely on the "frequency following effect" to induce certain patterns of activity in the brain. Pulsed light and sound can readily lead the brain into the "Alpha" state, which is associated with the well-documented "relaxation response." Synetic Systems Inc. markets these instruments worldwide to clinicians and to the general public through selected dealers and mail order advertising.
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 /CONTACT: Scott Menge of Synetic Systems, 206-632-1722/ CO: Synetic Systems ST: Washington IN: SU: FC-SC -- NYBFNS1 -- 1729 12/12/91 07:11 EST
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