Broadata & Crystal Screens Company Profile

Broadata Communications, Inc (BCI), a privately held, California-based corporation, that has quickly developed a reputation as a leading and innovative company specializing in the development of market-driven products for the transmission of Digital Connectivity Solutions (video, audio, data, and control) over fiber, HD-BaseT and now expanding to IP. www.broadatacom.com

Crystal Projection Screens Crystal Screens uses nano-lens technology to produce an extremely reflective projection screen. Available in 16:9 or 16:10 and 2:40, Crystal Screens have high gain and a wide viewing angle. New products include the Reflect 2.5 130” 2:40 screen for home theater. Custom sizes up to a 150” are also available. www.crystalscreens.com

Visit Broadata Communications and Crystal Projection Screens at CEDIA booth #3451 Don't miss Happy Hour at the booth on Thursday 9/7 from 3pm to 5pm!

About Broadata & Crystal Screens




2545 West 237th Street
Suite K
Torrance, California
90505
United States of America
TF: 1-800-214-0222
P: 310-530-1416
F: 310-530-5958

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On the surface, Crystal Screen and Broadata Communications, Inc. seem to have little in common.


Crystal Screens is highlighting its seamless Reflect 3.0 130-inch 2.4:1 home theater screen at CEDIA 2017 in booth #3451 with partner Broadata.


Ultra-high-performance nano-lens screen material from Crystal Screens provides level of brightness and color vibrancy never seen before, now available in a 130” 2.4:1 aspect ratio for home theaters. See it at CEDIA 2017.


Sister companies Crystal Projection Screens and Broadata join forces to showcase ultra-high-performance projection screens and digital connectivity solutions for the home theater market.


Broadata has a significant lineup of products transporting high quality 4K Ultra HD content over fiber, Cat6, IP and AOC cables. See the product family at CEDIA 2017.


An increased demand for distribution of video makes fiber appealing to integrators and customers, so here’s a case for the benefits of fiber over Category cable.