Why You Should Be Installing Ultra Short Throw Projection

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Join CE Pro and LG for this upcoming webinar, scheduled for Wednesday, October 30, and learn about how selling and installing ultra short throw (UST) projectors can elevate your big-screen video business.

Two-piece projection systems can provide an immersive experience for dedicated home theaters and, more and more common these days, multipurpose media rooms, living rooms and other spaces in a house.

But traditional projectors are not a fit for every application. Common in commercial AV, ultra short throw (UST) solutions are now being manufactured for and deployed in residential jobs. Thanks to installation flexibility and other benefits, UST can provide consumers with more options for their big-screen viewing.

LG’s Joe Colombo, CI Technical Manager, and Gregg Lee, Senior Product Trainer, will discuss the advantages of offering customers UST projection solutions, such as the company’s CineBeam AI ThinQ 4K Laser Projector (model HU85LA).

Webcast attendees will learn about installation benefits, integrator-friendly product features, application possibilities, partnership enhancements and more during the hour-long panel discussion. For instance:
– The ability to fill a 120-inch screen from installation just 7.2 inches away
– Placement options within a credenza or traditional ceiling mounting within an ambient lit room
– Using built-in HDMI diagnostics, IP controls, public display mode and other features
– How LG partners like Salamander Designs and Screen Innovations can help package a full projector, screen and credenza solution

Attendees will also hear how LG backs integrators with support and training for UST projection installation, plus other models such as the HU70LA. An integrator panelist will provide further insights into UST applications and sales.

Register now and learn “Why You Should Be Installing Ultra Short Throw Projection” in the Oct. 30 webinar.

Why You Should Be Installing Ultra Short Throw Projection

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