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July 22, 2008
SI Ships Reference Motorized Projector Screen In Time For 2008 CEDIA Expo

Setting the Standard for Quality and Value, the New, Ultra-Quiet, State-of-the-Art
Design Delivers Incredible, Vivid Images for Home Theater Applications

[The following is a release from SI Screens]

   

SI (www.siscreens.com) is proud to announce that its new Reference Motorized projector screen will be shipping in time for the 2008 CEDIA Expo. SI will showcase the new, state-of-the-art screen during the show, which takes place in Denver from Sept. 4-7 at the Colorado Convention Center, booth 1056.

“SI's new Reference Motorized Series sets the standard for high-end electric projector screens,” said Aaron Reilly, SI CTO. “This elegant new design includes all the amenities along with the new Black Diamond™ screen technology. Reference motorized encompasses the most cutting edge electronics and controls as standard features making it the elite screen solution for home theater and family room applications.”

Another Reference Motorized Series benefit is that the chassis is flush mount. Up until now, the industry standard from other manufacturers has been selling a separate box to put the box in, which is both costly and impractical. With SI’s new Reference Motorized Series, the customer/installer can either add flush mount plates at the bottom or add the sexy décor plate. Either way, pricing remains the same while eliminating the need for an extra box.

In addition, the Reference Motorized controls are external, giving installers the ultimate flexibility when installing high-end custom jobs. The controls can reside in the installation cabinet or rack, making integration a breeze.

Additional Reference Motorized Screen highlights include:
• Elegant curved décor case
• Ultra quiet motor (43 dB from 3 feet)
• All “Reference Series” screen materials
• “Super Flat” rigid horizontal screen tensioning system
• 24 inches of extra black standard with custom options

• Screen formats available in 2.35:1, 16:9, & 4:3
• Screen sizes available from 80 inches – 160 inches diagonal
• 12 Volt Trigger, Infra Red, and RF options
• Mounts to the wall, ceiling, or flush in-ceiling
• Lifetime replacement policy

Multimedia: www.siscreens.com/screens/reference-motorized.php

Additional Siscreens.com on-line product features and tutorials:
• Screen Calculator: http://www.siscreens.com/calculator/getstarted.php
• See the REAL VIDEO difference: http://www.siscreens.com
• Multimedia Gallery available at: http://www.siscreens.com/gallery.html

For more information on the Reference Motorized Screen Series and SI Screens, visit the web at www.siscreens.com or call 512-832-6939.








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