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A confluence of factors including increased time spent at home, higher-quality content, dwindling theatrical-to-home release window, state-of-the-art AV technologies, differentiation of the cinema projection format against 16:9, and more create a compelling opportunity.
CE Pro Editors · January 27, 2021
We’re hearing interesting chatter from the CI world about a new way of increasing revenues not only in spite of but also because of COVID.
CE Pro Editors · December 16, 2020
Chris Quilisch Rock of Haas Entertainment says the investment into the company’s showroom is already paying dividends for the Culver City, Calif.-based integrator.
Robert Archer · August 25, 2020
Streaming media content is now routinely being produced in the 2.0:1 to 2.4:1 ratio, making the need for home theaters with anamorphic lenses more important.
CE Pro Editors · March 27, 2020
Anamorphic lens technology eliminates the tedium of manually having to change aspect ratios due to wide variety of source content from streaming video.
Jason Knott · February 28, 2020
The Paladin DCR lens works with today’s most popular 4K/4096 home theater projectors to deliver the full cinema format of commercial theaters, exceeding commercial performance by over 1.7 million pixels for maximum brightness and detail while also providing multiple 16:9 modes with instant push-button control and no moving parts. This high compatibility combined with simple […]
CE Pro Editors · August 29, 2019
Panamorph to conduct all-day training sessions at CEDIA Expo outlining how integrators can sell successfully 4K Ultrawide Home Cinema to clients.
Jason Knott · August 19, 2019
Historically, CEDIA Expo has served as the vehicle for manufacturers to demonstrate the latest in consumer video technologies and 2019 will not be any different, so be sure to check out these manufacturers.
Robert Archer · August 19, 2019
Using the QDEOC (Question, Demo, Educate, Options and Close) technique can help boost your two-piece projection home theater sales.
CE Pro Editors · July 01, 2019
Most integrators are not really selling 4K display performance and don’t understand the difference between UltraWide Cinema at 16:9 or 2.4:1.
Jason Knott · June 04, 2019