SunBriteTV Broadens Outdoor Signature Line
SunBriteTV says its Signature line of outdoor TVs are designed to withstand temperatures ranging from -24 degrees to 122 degrees, and the products' chassis feature powder-coated aluminum cases that protect the TVs from dust, dirt and debris.
With the long 2015 Memorial Day weekend now in the books, the unofficial start of summer has come for millions of Americans. Aiding U.S. homeowners’ ability to host outdoor parties and other summertime activities is the Thousand Oaks, Calif.-based video manufacturer SunBriteTV.
The California company’s Signature line of outdoor HDTVs are designed for fixed outdoor installations in which homeowners want an outdoor home theater to augment their traditional outdoor festivities.
“A SunBriteTV appeals to a father’s natural inclination for cool technology, and his appreciation for fine living,” says Jonathan Johnson, director of brand marketing. “Cigars on the deck or summer evening soirees are instantly enhanced by a SunBriteTV. The unique viewing experience will have all his friends asking about the next get-together.”
Designed to provide affordable entertainment, the Signature line carries a starting MSRP of $1,495. The TVs come in a choice of black or white finishes and are available in a range of sizes that span from 32 inches to 65 inches. The TVs also incorporate rustproof cabinets and powder-coated aluminum exteriors engineered to shield the products from dirt, dust and debris.
In addition, SunBriteTV notes the 1080p TVs are capable of withstanding temperature extremes of -24 degrees to 122 degrees and are engineered to produce bright, vivid images in sunlit environments.
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