CEDIA Expo Q&A: SunBriteTV Signature Series, HD Wireless Transceiver Withstand Elements
At CEDIA Expo 2014, SubBriteTV will showcase its Signature Series Outdoor TVs and Weatherproof HD Wireless Transceiver.
What events or activities are you holding at CEDIA?
In appreciation of our dealer and distributor partners, SunBriteTV will launch an exclusive show special for dealers and distributors at CEDIA EXPO 2014, featuring pricing incentives for near-term purchases on some of our hottest products. SunBriteTV’s outdoor televisions provide dealers with a new source of revenue as more homeowners want to live life outdoors. Ask about our 1-2-3 show special.
What would you say to dealers who are already familiar with your product line?
Looking at our thin, sleek new Signature Series all-weather outdoor TVs, it’s almost hard to believe that they are rated for permanent outdoor installation. Don’t worry. The same quality, dependability, and performance that you’ve come to expect is built into every SunBriteTV we make. The world’s best-selling outdoor TV is now even better. We look forward to demonstrating how our innovative products can create new revenue opportunities for your business.
What would you say to dealers who are stumbling across your company for the first time?
SunBriteTV outdoor televisions present an excellent opportunity to generate incremental revenue for your business, and you’ll feel confident working with the industry leader.
Very few companies can boast cutting-edge innovation, durability, and affordability – all in the same product. Over the past decade, SunBriteTV has consistently led the outdoor TV category in all three. Since we introduced the very first outdoor TVs to the Industry in 2004, SunBriteTV has pushed the envelope to continuously improve performance and durability while making our products more affordable.
Designed for permanent outdoor installation, SunBriteTVs feature high-grade weatherproofing technology that protects internal components from rain, snow, dust, insects, humidity, and salt air. The extra-bright, anti-glare screens are specially designed to deliver brilliant HD images outdoors, day or night. We look forward to meeting you and discussing new dealer opportunities.
If an integrator stops by your booth with only 5 minutes to spare, what’s the one product he should examine or one question he should ask?
The new Signature Series products and the HD Wireless Transceiver products should not be missed!
- Signature Series Outdoor TVs: With a depth of approximately 3.5 inches, the newly upgraded Signature Series models are SunBriteTV’s slimmest and lightest outdoor televisions yet. Signature Series models perform in temperatures from -24° to 122° F. The 32” and 46” models feature built-in 20-watt speakers, whereas the 55” and 65” models include a detachable weatherproof speaker bar. Additionally, brighter LED panels and improved rust-proof powder-coated aluminum exteriors make the Signature Series not only the most advanced outdoor consumer television, but also the best value, with models starting at $1,495.
- Weatherproof HD Wireless Transceiver: The SunBriteTV HD Wireless Transceiver eliminates the need for difficult cable installation and creates new revenue opportunities for dealers by bringing the total cost of outdoor television within reach of more consumers. This point-to-point wireless box can transmit full 1080p HD up to 30 meters (about 100 feet) line-of-sight through an HDMI-in and HDMI-out transceiver, creating a true wireless outdoor TV experience.
Do you have any giveaways, contests or quirky features planned for CEDIA?
SunBriteTV will hold a drawing for a free weatherproof HD Wireless Transceiver (SB-HDWT): retail value $595. Just drop your business card into the jar at our booth during the show. We’ll notify the winner – no need to be present to win.
To inquire about becoming an Authorized Dealer, contact SunBriteTV at (866) 357-8688 or visit the Dealer Inquiry page.
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