What do you get when you mix green and blue?

Cinema Design Group International is launching a new

CDGi is introducing their new Turquoise Acoustic Panel at CEDIA in Atlanta next month.

"In our continuing mission to define how luxury can be responsible, this fall CDGi will launch an acoustic panel that at its core is manufactured from recycled denim material - that's right 'Blue Jeans Baby" states Jeff Galea the companies CEO.

The outer decorative skin is manufactured with 100% recycled polyester. The ink used in the printing process of the custom panels is a non -solvent based sawgrass ink.

The new Turquoise panels are truly "green," reducing the ecological footprint of acoustic treatments. In a larger picture the process will reduce our dependence on fossil fuels, including foreign crude oil. The new family of custom panels is designed with the environment in mind and meets the company's ongoing corporate responsibly initiative. In addition, Turquoise retains the long life, durability and acoustical properties for which CDGi is known for.

Turquoise panels are manufactured without harmful Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), and Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs).

The new panel as well as the entire CDGi line of theater accessories are made in the USA. In addition, the new Turquoise can contribute to LEED points in Material & Resources, and Innovation in Design.

CDGi is a leading designer, manufacturer, and installer of home theater seating, acoustic panels, and home theater environments. Based in Boca Raton, Florida, the company operates a dealer/distributor network throughout the United States. For information about becoming a dealer, specification sheet on the Turquoise panel - please visit their website: www.CinemaDesignGroup.com

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