Quantum Media Systems to Demo at CEDIA Quantum Media Systems will demonstrate its Quantum Private Theater offerings at CEDIA EXPO Booth #1300, October 14-17.By RS Staff Published: October 7, 2015 ⋅ Updated: April 15, 2019 Quantum Media Systems, a provider of digital cinema technology products, design, engineering, and consulting services for custom electronics dealers and audiovisual system integrators, will demonstrate its Quantum Private Theater offerings at CEDIA EXPO Booth 1300, October 14–17. The company previewed its private cinema technology, which adheres to the same Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) Standards used in commercial theaters, at last year’s CEDIA EXPO in a showcase called “The 4K+ Ultra HD Experience Theater” in partnership with Stewart Filmscreen, an international manufacturer of projection screens and specialty optical coatings for residential and commercial applications. This year, Quantum Media Systems will focus on dealer education and demos of its digital cinema technology and private cinema packages for CEDIA EXPO attendees. The systems use proprietary, commercial-grade 4K RGB laser digital cinema projectors, high-performance projection screens from Stewart Filmscreen, proprietary Quantum Media Systems servers, and native and uncompressed 4K content, delivered using the motion picture industry-standard JPEG 2000 encoding. “We’re an essential integration partner,” said Quantum Media Systems CEO Ken Hoffman. “We have products that many dealers don’t have access to, and we combine those best-in-class offerings with unmatched levels of service to offer private cinema packages that make it easy for integrators to bring the highest quality and best value to their customers.” After years of working exclusively and extensively in the motion picture industry to build screening rooms, color rooms, production, and post-production facilities, Quantum Media Systems returns to its roots in the custom integration industry, where it delivers motion picture quality technology into homes with commercial-level equipment, content delivery, and calibration. “Our goal,” Hoffman said, “is to show integrators what’s being used in commercial digital cinemas, and help them optimize residential spaces to bring that level of performance directly into their clients’ homes in a private cinema experience that transcends anything they’ve ever seen or heard in a home theater.” SubscribeFor more stories like this, and to keep up to date with all our market leading news, features and analysis, sign up to our newsletter here.