Séura Debuts S1 Premier Series TV Mirror Line

April 15, 2013
Séura has launched the S1, the next generation, high-performance offering in its vanishing TV mirror Premier Series.
Séura S1 Premier Series TV Mirror
The new model will provide a better viewing experience through advanced engineering improvements, according to the company.

The new design eliminates the gap between the mirror and monitor, allowing for a superior picture quality that minimizes internal reflection. This makes for a better viewing experience for the customer, Séura says.

The improved manufacturing of the Premier S1 has relocated the inputs and outputs and has also increased its durability.

“Our product development and engineering teams have designed the Premier S1 to give the consumer a greater peace of mind knowing that their new display will stand the test of time. We crafted the product to be durable and long-lasting,” said Gretchen Gilbertson, co-founder and CEO. “These new models are also easier to install so our customers can get to benefit from the exceptional video quality with less life disruption.”

With RS-232 control and robust HDMI, component, USB, and IR connections, integration is uncomplicated. The Premier Series is ideal for larger television applications. Designed for living rooms, bedrooms, and above fireplaces, Premier Series offers a high-performance picture and a soft, designer mirror reflection.

The hidden video technology screen sizes are 32-inch, 42-inch, 46-inch, 55-inch and 65-inch.

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