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Media Decor Announces Illusion Razor-2 Moving Art System for Ultra-thin LED TVs

Razor-2 Moving Art System

FT. LAUDERDALE, FL—April 2010—Media Decor LLC (www.mediadecor.com), leading manufacturer of elegant solutions for the discreet concealment of flatscreen TVs, has introduced the Illusion Razor-2 Moving Art frame, exclusively designed to fit the new generation of ultra-slim LED TVs from a variety of manufacturers, including LG Electronics, Samsung, Sony, and more.

The Illusion Razor-2 Moving Art will accommodate televisions measuring from 43 to 120 inches diagonally within its structure. Attached side panels give the frame a finished look and, when mounted, it extends only 2.375 inches out from the wall. Over 2,500 works of art, including limited-edition prints, are available on the company’s website, www.mediadecor.com. Optional frames and art selections are available at additional cost, or clients can supply personal works of art that Media Décor will then print onto canvas—or, the company can supply a blank canvas for an original painting from the artist of their choice.
The system is operated with the push of a button on the supplied remote control. When the TV is turned on, the artwork is lifted out of sight into the top of the frame by an ultra quiet Lutron® drive system; when the TV is turned off, the artwork silently scrolls back down over the TV screen creating a beautifully framed work of art.

Availability: Now Shipping
Suggested Retail Prices: $4,610 to $16,490 depending on size of screen

Artwork and frame options can be viewed at www.mediadecor.com. Visitors can also watch tutorials that will guide them through the selection process, provide helpful tips, and offer detailed instructions.

About Media Decor
Located in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Media Decor, LLC was founded in 2003 to fulfill elegant designer-level solutions for today’s home entertainment installations for designers, architects, and A/V custom installers. Media Decor products are designed from the ground up in the USA, and built in their Florida manufacturing facility, to fill a rising demand to discreetly hide large flat screen displays when they are turned off or not being viewed. The company’s team of expert and inspired technicians, interior designers, and structural craftsmen collaborate to create and deliver the world’s most compelling, beautiful and customized entertainment environments. For more information please visit: www.mediadecor.com

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