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Premier Mounts‘ Unencumbered Revolution™ Mount

New universal mount has 360 degree rotating capabilities for optimum adjustments and precise placement

ANAHEIM, CALIF. (March 15, 2007) – Representative of the experience and knowledge Premier Mounts has gained from 30 years in the industry, the Revolution™ universal 360 degree rotating mount is designed to meet the evolving needs and preferences of commercial audio visual users.

Incorporating patent-pending technology, the new rotating mount enables users to achieve precise placement of the display in virtually any application scenario.

“As we listened to AV professionals over the years, two truths became apparent: first, no two situations are ever the same and second, universal mounts rarely meet all of an application‘s requirements,” said Eric Mancini, product manager, Premier Mounts. “With flexibility and versatility as our primary goals, we designed the Revolution to accommodate a broad range of adjustment and placement requirements.”

Ideally suited for digital signage, rental equipment or trade show exhibit companies that must satisfy a wide range of application needs, the new mount allows installers to effortlessly rotate and tilt the display into the optimum viewing position. Once in position, the mount can be locked into place.

The Revolution mount has the following range capabilities:
• Unencumbered 360 degree rotation from portrait to landscape presentation
• Maximum upward tilt of 35 degrees
• Maximum downward tilt of 10 degrees

Fitting most 37- to 61-inch displays, the minimalist design of the universal rotating mount features an integrated cable management system. And unlike other rotating mount solutions, the Revolution mount integrates adapter and connecting accessories into its design and is pre-assembled for out-of the-box installation.

Initially available for use with carts and stands, the wall mount model will be available in June 2007. Priced at $349.99, the Revolution cart and stand mount (RTM-L) can be purchased online at www.mounts.com.

About Premier Mounts
Premier Mounts was founded in 1977 as a sales and marketing company introducing new products into the broadcast/industrial television and audio/visual industry. Today, Premier Mounts is one of the world‘s leading manufacturers of projector, plasma, flat-screen and TV mounts. Pioneering the concept of a universal mount, Premier Mounts is known for its unmatched quality and exclusive lifetime guarantee. For more information on Premier Mounts, please visit www.mounts.com

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