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Clear Channel's 'The Traders Network Show' Interview With John Blaisure, CEO of Max Sound Corporation (MAXD) -- Now Available for Online Streaming

Max Sound Corporation (MAXD) Exclusive Interview With Host Michael Yorba

DALLAS, TX and SANTA MONICA, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 06/27/14 -- "The Traders Network Show," broadcasted daily on DFW1190AM KFXR, is pleased to announce today the interview recap, highlights and archives of John Blaisure, CEO of Max Sound Corporation (OTCQB: MAXD), creators of MAX-D HD Audio is now available for online streaming.

Prospective investors and customers are encouraged to listen to the two-part, 21-minute interview archive via the following links:

Interview Archives:

Segment 1: (9min, 52sec)
http://www.yorbamedia.com/images/stories/audio/TN061014SEG5.mp3

Segment 2: (10min, 53sec)
http://www.yorbamedia.com/images/stories/audio/TN061014SEG6.mp3

Network: Clear Channel
Station: DFW 1190AM KFXR Dallas-Ft. Worth
Host: Michael Yorba

Interview Highlights:

In this exclusive double-segmented interview hosted by Michael Yorba, the interview explores how MAX-D is revolutionizing mobile surround sound that is producing an equivalent effect that HD had to Video.

MAX-D's CEO John Blaisure discusses Max Sound's new product that is transforming how people experience video and film with its sound effects. "I know what you are, and what you should sound like" is an open motto, which allows MAX-D to restore and reshape sounds to where they belong. "When we apply this technology to anything else out there, we make it sound better."

Moving forward with a licensing agreement with Akyumen devices. MAX-D is set to start moving in the direction of being the first Consumer Audio Brand. "We are now moving into a space where we are actually going to have our logo on the phone itself! It's going to be very clear to the consumer that MAX-D HD powers the audio on this phone. Imagine your phone the size it is now, but imagine that you can project any size HD video screen (up to 10'x10') from the device and at the same time have studio quality audio from you phone." That's the power of MAX-D!

This phone is going through certification in Asia, and is expected to first launch in Q4 of 2014, in Asia. It will be available to 550 million subscribers initially, and then go to carriers in the US late Q4 early Q1. It truly will be the must have phone for 2015. It will revolutionize how people watch and listen to video and film. People will be able to watch video and play games with studio audio wherever they want. "The market share for this device is going to have a demand like the iPhone did when it first came on to the market. We see millions and millions of units going out on the first launch."

MAX-D is now able to deliver an audio experience one would normally have to ship a file 10 to 20 times higher in data content to have the experience. They are now seeing traction with major streaming services. On top of that -- MAX-D debuted to the world at CES and proved to the world that you can now truly have an audio upgrade in your car that is not hardware based that gives consumers the experience that you would normally pay thousands of dollars for.

"MAX-D is to Audio what HD is to Video." But how can people experience it? There are several ways, with the Android phone to download the mobile HD app, such as Google-ing play and search for "Spins HD." It will play all mp3 music on your device. Another way you can do it is by going to maxsound.com, which can see all demos there. This is a company, which continues to grow; soon there will be an app for the upcoming iPhone as well!

Several different entities have shown interest in MAX-D. The movie industry is poised and ready in the post-reduction area to use MAX-D boxes for films, and is hoping to get those deployed in the near future.

The technology was invented by Lloyd Trammel, and he is a partner in the company. He started developing this product about 16 years ago when he noticed there was degradation in audio quality, as the mp3 became the delivery of choice. Mr. Trammell designed one of the first working surround sound processors, which was sold to Hughes Aircraft and was later spun off to become SRS. He was voted as one of the top sound designers in the world.

On May 29th Max Sound was entered into a licensing agreement with VSL, which gives them the rights to represent an amazing compression technology that is supported by patents. VSL allows 100% of data and ship in 3% of the file size. It's about taking the highest quality of data, and being able to deliver it in a smaller size, but at the end deliver 100%.

"We see this as a game changer for our company. It falls right in line with who we are and what we do. We are very excited about this agreement and look forward to having some very positive results in the near future," said John Blaisure CEO of Max Sound Corporation.

About Clear Channel:

Clear Channel's Media and Entertainment division has the largest reach of any radio or television outlet in America with 243 million monthly listeners. It serves 150 cities through 850 owned radio stations in the U.S., as well as more than 140 stations in New Zealand and Australia. www.clearchannel.com.

About Michael Yorba:

Mr. Yorba is the founder of Yorba Media and featured host on Clear Channel. For the past six years he has produced and hosted "The Traders Network Show" broadcasted live daily on Clear Channel DFW 1190AM KFXR from 6am - 7:30am and 2pm - 3pm CT, Monday-Friday.

Michael Yorba interviews the front-page Titans about the latest in capital markets, CEO milestones, trading tools, real estate acquisitions and market trends. Learn how the experts use risk management techniques to build fully diversified portfolios and what it takes to put up big board earnings. It's a fast moving, high-energy show that presents stocks, commodities, bonds, forex, derivatives, real estate, political trends, technology trends, crowd funding and impact investment insights in a new light and keeps audience asking for more... shift your thinking and join us as we deliver "tomorrow's ideas today" on Clear Channel's The Traders Network Show.

About Max Sound Corporation

MAX-D is to audio what HD (high definition) is to video. The MAX-D Audio Process makes everything sound better and can convert any audio file to high-definition quality without increasing its file size. Max Sound®, MAX-D® and MAX-D Audio Perfected® are registered trademarks. The technology has more than 70 patents filed and pending with all rights wholly owned by Max Sound Corporation. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. To learn more about the MAX-D Technology, visit www.maxsound.com. If you want to learn more about the MAX-D phone you can go to Akyumdn.com.

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