Severtson Screens Brings SAT-4K Projection Screens to 2017 CEDIA

SAT-4K Offers Finer Weave, Brighter Material for Increased Performance August 2, 2017
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Acoustically-transparent, the entire sound stage can be placed directly behind the SAT-4K at the same horizontal axis, allowing the vocals and the special effects to be synced with the images on display.

 
Severtson Screens plans to showcase the recently launched SAT-4K Acoustically-Transparent projection screen line during CEDIA 2017, held in San Diego from Sept. 7-9 at the San Diego Convention Center, (Booth 1114). The enhanced SAT-4K is now available.

“Our SAT-4K has received tremendous accolades since its launch, and we are proud to build upon its success with the next generation which features an even finer weave and whiter material that makes the viewing image even better than before,” explained Toby Severtson, president and CEO of Severtson Corp. “Made in the USA, the SAT-4K replicates the cinema experience in the home and commercial settings like no other projection screen on the market today.”

Severtson went on to add that the SAT-4K’s acoustic abilities are not hampered by the finer weave. “In fact, besides providing the same great acoustic performance as the original SAT-4K, the next generation SAT-4K remains at the same price level and is also available in the same sizes as before. As an added benefit, the enhanced SAT-4K’s material also provides for a ‘lay-flat’ quality that is even more resistant to wrinkles. The enhanced SAT-4K screen can be complemented with any of Severtson Screens’ frame types and is also now available with an LED backlit add-on option.”

The SAT-4K offers a seamless projection screen with virtually no size limitations, and, like Severtson’s TAT-4K, it is also available as an option for Severtson’s new 4K thin/zero bezel fixed frame projection screen solutions. Acoustically-transparent, the entire sound stage can be placed directly behind the screen at the same horizontal axis, allowing the vocals and the special effects to be synced with the images on display. This allows for an immersive audio and video experience. The SAT-4K is available in Impression, Deluxe, Deluxe Curved, and Thin Bezel configurations.

Custom and standard sizes are available. Severtson asks that customers contact them directly for individual pricing for their specific needs.

“Severtson Screens is proud to serve the home theater and commercial markets with the same service and quality that has taken the cinema market by storm and cemented us as the industry leader,” added Severtson. 
 

“Our SAT-4K has received tremendous accolades since its launch, and we are proud to build upon its success with the next generation which features an even finer weave and whiter material that makes the viewing image even better than before. Made in the USA, the SAT-4K replicates the cinema experience in the home and commercial settings like no other projection screen on the market today.”— Toby Severtson, president and CEO of Severtson Corp

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