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ELITE SCREENS, INC. ANNOUNCES STARBRIGHT ADVANCED ULTRA HIGH-GAIN PROJECTOR SCREEN MATERIALFOR HOME THEATER AND COMMERICAL APPLICATIONS

CERRITOS, Calif., September 3, 2008 — Elite Screens, Inc. an innovative company that specializes in affordable high quality projector screens, today announced its StarBright ultra high 15-gain material in a wide range of its best-selling projector screens. Using an advanced High Contrast Filter surface coating, StarBright absorbs ambient light while boosting black levels.
“Ambient light is the mortal enemy of front projection, and most projectors and projection screens create washed out images with the curtains are open or when the lights are on,? said David Rodgers, marketing manager, Elite Screens, Inc. “Our StarBright material has a reflectivity that is so bright, and absorbs ambient light so effectively, that even lower-lumen projectors can create a fabulous image in either a dark or well-lit room.?
Elite’s StarBright material is created using cutting edge technology. It starts with the advanced layer made of a highly reflective material that is evenly micro-textured to create a 15-gain from projected light. This layer works with the outermost protective layer of material, the High Contrast Filter. This combination reduces ambient light, boosts black levels and eliminates hot spots to produce an even, diffused spread of light for a consistently bright image across the whole screen.
“Some people are concerned about using projectors in particular conference rooms or turning a living room into a home theater because of ambient light from windows,? added Rodgers. “With a StarBright screen, we offer a lot more creative options.?
Pricing, Availability, Warranty
Starting at $1999, Elite Screen’s StarBright material is currently available in its Fixed Frame, HOME2, VMAX Plus# and Kestral Series of screens, in standard sizes 84 to 800 inches in 4:3 or 16:9 format. Custom sizes are also available. Each screen comes with a one-year limited warranty.

About Elite Screens, Inc.
Elite Screens Inc. is a California-based company founded in 2004 by manufacturing veterans from the AV/IT/Custom industry. We specialize in commercial and home-theater projection screens for the retail and custom install sales channels. We produce a wide variety of electric, manual roll-up, fixed frame and portable projection screens with a broad array of sizes, formats and materials. Products are sold worldwide through our offices in the US, Germany, China and Taiwan. Elite Screens, Inc. is headquartered at 16410 Manning Way, Cerritos, CA 90703. For more information, please call 877-511-1211 or visit http://www.elitescreens.com.

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