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September 6, 2007 – HAUPPAUGE, NEW YORK – Electrograph Systems, Inc., one of the nation‘s largest display technology distributors, today announced it has expanded its product lines, training and services to meet the needs of the booming residential electronic design and installation market. Electrograph will showcase its full range of residential solutions in booth #120 during CEDIA EXPO 2007, September 6-9 in Denver, Colorado.

“CEDIA is the ideal platform for us to truly demonstrate – in a live format – not only the hottest residential A/V displays, but how Electrograph offers the complete package for every room in the house,” explained Jeff Jerome, director of product management for Electrograph Systems, Inc. “Our goal is to help professional installers build their businesses and make a profit. We‘ve added hundreds of new residential products, along with training, service and support to help our partners flourish.”

The new 30‘x40‘ Electrograph booth will feature three complete home theater designs that showcase the newest high-definition residential flat panel and projection displays, including:

Pioneer KURO Plasma Display and Shoot-Out. The 10th generation KURO 6010FD 60” high-definition plasma display boasts deeper, more intense blacks than ever before for a rich, full experience that includes more contrast, colors and three-dimensionality. The new KURO models are completely re-engineered with the combination of a new panel, filter, application-specific integrated circuit and sound with digital amplification. In fact, the difference is so dramatic that Electrograph will feature a live shoot-out with a side-by-side comparison of the new PDP-6010FD against its predecessor, the PDP-6070HD.

JVC LCOS Reference Series Projector. The long-awaited DLA-RS1 video projector incorporates JVC‘s renowned D-ILA chip technology in a three-panel design, which eliminates color separation. With a native contrast ratio of more than 15,000:1, it‘s a first in home cinema projectors. The new JVC projector is equipped with two HDMI inputs and accepts full HD 1080p signals from BluRay and HD-DVD players. While it is targeted for the finest home theater installations, the under $10K price tag makes it accessible to a much wider range of home cinema buffs.

NEC PlasmaSync Residential Series. The new 50XC10 and 60XC10 plasma displays deliver superior video quality for a nearly flawless interpolation of moving images. The new line features a comprehensive input panel for the latest in digital connectivity, complete RS-232 control for easy setup to control systems and a removable top/bottom bezel to create an all-black cabinet that adapts to its surroundings.

Electrograph will feature other major display lines including the Philips 3D Solution 42-3D6W02/00 using WoWvx technology, which is designed for digital signage applications, but is making headway as the first 3D display for the home.

The RevolutionHD line of flat panel displays, exclusively distributed by Electrograph, will also be shown. Designed from the ground up to meet the needs of professional installers, the entire flat panel line is certified by the Imaging Science Foundation (ISFccc) for precision calibration. Available in 32”-50” sizes, the RevolutionHD displays offer high performance features such as enhanced 1080i video processing, PC and HDTV compatibility, RS-232 control, split screen picture-in-picture, robust calibration controls and portrait/landscape mounting.

New Lines
Other new product lines on display in the Electrograph booth during CEDIA include a new line of Atlantic Technology flat panel-friendly loudspeakers, Home Automation, Inc.‘s smart home control solutions, the byd:sign WiFi remote, Cables To Go‘s RapidRun modular cabling systems and more.

Register to Attend All-New Fall DTEs and Earn CEDIA Education Credits
Electrograph has teamed up with CEDIA for its all-new Display Technology Experience (DTE) reseller events. Coming to New York, NY on October 10 and Ft. Lauderdale, FL November 7, Electrograph‘s full-day training and networking programs have been enhanced with residential electronics systems content — including the ability to earn CEDIA continuing education credits — to accommodate professional resellers serving this market. To register, visit the Electrograph booth (#120) or go to www.electrographdte.com.

Display-a-Day Giveaway
By simply having their badges scanned at the Electrograph booth during the show, attendees are eligible to win one of the following: Sharp AQUOS 32” LCD display, Westinghouse 40” LCD display, 42” Toshiba LCD display and 42” Pioneer Plasma TV. Winners will be notified immediately following CEDIA.

About Electrograph
Founded in 1982, Electrograph Systems, Inc. is a leading national distributor of display technology solutions, including plasma displays, LCD displays, LCD and DLP™ projectors, and other specialty displays. With 12 regional offices, 10 distribution centers and a network of more than 5,000 reseller partners and integrators, Electrograph is one of the largest plasma display distributors in the U.S. and is the only distributor to operate a certified ICIA nationwide sales and service network. The company specializes in display, audio, connectivity and other complementary technologies for both the consumer and commercial markets.

In February 2006, Electrograph acquired ActiveLight, a leading value-added distributor of display solutions for the professional A/V market; and CineLight, a leading value-added distributor of display products for the home theater market. In June 2006, Electrograph acquired International Computer Graphics (ICG), one of North America‘s top specialty distributors of LCD, plasma and desktop displays, digital imaging peripherals and A/V presentation products. For more information, visit the company‘s website at www.electrograph.com.

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