Screen Research Selects In Tandem as Canadian Sales Agency

In Tandem Canada to handle national sales for the high-performance line of projector screens in the Canadian market.

Nantes, France - December 27, 2007 - Screen Research, a world -class provider of innovative projector screen solutions for the custom home theater and professional markets, has signed In Tandem Canada to handle national sales for its high -performance line of projector screens in the Canadian market.


Based in Guelph, Ontario, In Tandem Canada is a leading Canadian distributor, and national sales agency, currently representing more than 20 leading brands and manufacturers of select custom audio/video products. In Tandem is tasked with all sales and distribution support of Screen Research's innovative screen solutions in the Canadian market, including the company's award -winning ClearPix2™ acoustically transparent screens, and Le Wing™, a screen solution that includes a unique speaker system and provides uncompromised sound and picture quality.

Screen Research, based in Nantes, France, recently launched a North American subsidiary based in Livermore, California. The selection of In Tandem Canada to the Screen Research distribution team provides additional growth to the company's presence in the region.

"We are extremely pleased to welcome In Tandem Canada to our worldwide network of international distributors to better service our valued dealers," says Jim McGall, Vice President of Global Sales, headquartered in their new California offices. "Their proven success, experience, and reputation in the custom installation market, along with their extensive dealer program will provide strong support in the field, while strengthening our presence in the North American market."

Screen Research's award -winning line of projection screens, which began with the introduction of its ClearPix and motorized screens, today incorporates a wide range of screen solutions for various applications, including the XMask™, CMask™, and Le Wing models. ClearPix and ClearPix2, the latest version of this groundbreaking fabric, are an integral part of Screen Research's entire product lines, expertly matching today's high definition projectors. The company offers a full range of fixed and motorized screens, as well as variable masking systems for all viewing formats.

For more information on Screen Research, please visit: www.screenresearch.com.
For more information on In Tandem Canada, please visit: www.intandemcanada.com.


About Screen Research
Headquartered in Nantes, France, Screen Research is a world -class provider of innovative video projector screen solutions designed for home theater, commercial and professional cinema applications. Distributed in more than 25 countries worldwide, Screen Research offers an extensive line of state -of -the -art screen solutions, most notably its award -winning ClearPix® acoustically transparent THX® and ISF® certified screens.


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