SunBriteTV Debuts Full Line of Rugged Pro Series Outdoor TVs, Direct Sunlight Readable
SunBriteTV Pro Series designed for permanent outdoor installation with high-grade weatherproofing technology that protects internal components from rain, snow, dust, insects, humidity, and salt air.
SunBriteTV, manufacturer of the world’s best-selling outdoor television, will be exhibiting its direct sunlight readable Pro Series outdoor TVs at CEDIA EXPO 2014 (booth #664). Designed for permanent outdoor installation, SunBriteTVs feature high-grade weatherproofing technology that protects internal components from rain, snow, dust, insects, humidity, and salt air.
Intended for direct sunlight installations in residential or commercial settings, SunBriteTV’s rugged Pro Series models heave ultra-bright high-NIT panels with Enhanced Solar Tolerance. This technology prevents isotropic blackout, a common problem with indoor TVs in bright sunlight that causes temporary on-screen black fading. The TVs are equipped with anti-glare tempered glass protecting the LED panel from impact damage and are designed to operate in temperatures as low as -40° and as high as 122°F thanks to an internal multi-fan heating and cooling system.
Featuring brighter LED panels, a rust-proof powder-coated aluminum exterior and Ambient Light Sensors to automatically adjust brightness based on environmental conditions, the new Pro Series models improve upon all of the features that made predecessor models a top choice for rugged direct sunlight installations.
Starting at $2,995, Pro Series models are available in 32-, 47- and 55-inch sizes in black, silver and white. All Pro Series Consumer models include a weatherproof detachable 20W speaker bar, weatherproof remote control and 2-year warranty.
Incorporating over 10 years of SunBriteTV’s research and design, the new Pro Series models are the most durable, affordable and rugged outdoor televisions for direct-sunlight installations.
To see the Pro Series, please visit SunBriteTV at booth #664 at CEDIA EXPO 2014.
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