Draper Unveils Salara Projection Screen

Easy to install, optional IR or RF controlled screens require no wiring

Draper's newest motorized projection screen combines unique case design, attractive price point and innovative mounting and control systems that cut installation time. The Salara features an extruded elliptical case with a small cross section, which makes it more appealing than other wall mounted screens.

"The Salara's main advantage is that it's an unobtrusive motorized screen that installs in just a few minuntes," according to Draper Home Theatre Sales Manager Bob Hadsell. Hadsell adds that with Draper's exclusive Plug & PlayÔ control option, even wiring is a snap. "It couldn't be easier -you hang the screen, and you plug it in to a standard AC outlet. Within 10 or 15 minutes, you've installed a motorized screen in your home theatre."
Salara comes with a 10' power cord. Plug it into a standard electrical outlet and it's ready to use. The screen can be controlled by a wireless wall switch or remote control, so there's no wiring necessary.
The Salara is available in NTSC, HDTV and Widescreen formats, and with a variety of viewing surfaces. U.S. Patent Pending. To get a look at Draper's new Salara motorized projection screen, stop by booth 312 during CEDIA 2003, September 5 -7 in Indianapolis, or visit www.draperinc.com.

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