SunBriteTV Showcases 65-inch Model at InfoComm 2012, SB-6560HD is Largest True Outdoor Television

The SB-6560HD delivers clear, bright full-HD 1080p images even in strong sunlight, and features rugged all-weather construction to withstand extreme environmental conditions

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, June 14, 2012 - Bringing outdoor entertainment to a new level of enjoyment, SunBriteTV, the innovator and global leader in outdoor TV technology, announced at InfoComm 2012 the availability of its Model SB-6560HD 65-inch Signature Series outdoor LCD TV - the largest true outdoor television. The SB-6560HD delivers clear, bright full-HD 1080p images even in strong sunlight, and features rugged all-weather construction to withstand extreme environmental conditions. The SB-6560HD is on exhibit at InfoComm 2012 in the Central Hall, Booth #C9349.


"The SB-6560HD is our biggest-ever TV, and was created to meet the growing consumer demand for larger screen sizes of outdoor TVs," noted Tom Dixon, vice president of marketing, SunBriteTV. "As part of our Signature Series, the SB-6560HD offers the ultimate in all-weather durability and features, along with exceptional picture quality and versatile installation options."

The SunBriteTV SB-6560HD features highly durable, powder-coated aluminum construction with an anti-reflective, UV-coated protective front glass that is built into the enclosure and located in front of the LED screen. The SB-6560HD resists moisture, rain, snow, dust, insects and temperature extremes from 24 degrees below zero to up to 122 degrees, and incorporates an internal climate control system with a filtered multi-fan airflow system. . Its watertight, sealed pass-through cable entry system keeps cables dry and allows for easy installation.

The TV includes a powerful, 20-watt detachable speaker module that delivers better sound than indoor TVs. The SB-6560HD is available in black, silver, and white finish and comes with a moisture-resistant remote control.

The SB-6560HD provides a full complement of audio, video and control connections including two HDMI(tm) inputs, component A/V, S-Video and composite video inputs, an RF CATV/antenna connection, stereo audio inputs and a VGA computer input. The SB-6560HD also includes a coaxial digital audio output, a headphone jack and an RS-232C port and discrete IR input for integrated audio/video control systems.

Like all SunBriteTV models, the SB-6560HD can be wall-, ceiling or pole-mounted. SunBriteTV offers a complete lineup of ceiling and articulating and tiltable wall mounts, as well as a deck/planter pole mount, a removable tabletop stand and a choice of dust covers.

The SunBriteTV Model 65-inch Signature Line outdoor LCD TV is currently available at a suggested retail price of $5,995.00. The SB-6560HD is backed by a two-year warranty.

For more information on SunBriteTV please visit www.sunbritetv.com.

About SunBriteTV
SunBriteTV's all-weather televisions have been time-tested in home installations, outdoor sports arenas, restaurant and hotel patios and even on military vehicles participating in field operations. All models are available through SunBriteTV's network of Authorized Dealers. To inquire about becoming an Authorized Dealer, contact SunBriteTV at 866.357.8688, or visit the Dealer Inquiry page at www.sunbritetv.com.

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