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How Two Companies You’ve Probably Never Heard of Are Solving Problems for Custom Integrators

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

Advertorial · September 05, 2017

CEDIA Q&A: Crystal Screens on ‘Unique’ Reflect 3.0 Home Theater Screen

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.

CE Pro Editors · September 01, 2017

Crystal Screens Announces New 130” Projection Screen for Home Theaters

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.

CE Pro Editors · September 01, 2017

Crystal Screens and Broadata Team Up 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.

CE Pro Editors · August 30, 2017

CEDIA Q&A: Broadata HDMI 2.0 Cables Transport 4K over Fiber, Cat6, IP, AOC

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.

CE Pro Editors · August 30, 2017

The Benefits of Fiber over Category Cable

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.

Advertorial · May 15, 2017

New Film Screens That Really Are ‘Rocket Science’

Crystal Screens uses nanolens technology used in holographic rooms to create a $2,000 to $3,000 screen with ambient light rejection, zero hot spots, wide viewing angle and high gain.

Jason Knott · September 30, 2016