Habitech intros Home Cinema Design service, says bespoke specification will simplify home theatre installs

posted on Wednesday, 21st September 2016 by Steve May

Habitech  home cinema  4K  Training 


Habitech is getting serious about home cinema, announcing a new integrated platform for its home cinema product portfolio and design services. Events will take place at its Basingstoke HQ and North West Design Centre, Manchester during October and November, intended to showcase the company’s end-to-end support for home cinema system design and equipment supply.

The initiative will introduce a new bespoke specification service, which simplifies the integration of an ever expanding  range of home theatre products. This can be qualified according to budget and will output a complete system design, product schedule and quotation for presentation direct to clients.

The distributor aims to provide custom integrators with a complete and optimised product plan, from 3D immersive audio and displays to acoustic room treatments, for any project regardless of size.

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Equipment available includes the new JVC DLA-Z1 4K laser projector (pictured above), the first native UHD projector from the company. Featuring JVC’s ‘Blu-Escent’ laser light source capable of 3000lm brightness, a newly developed 4K lens and wide colour gamut cinema filter ,the model was a big talking point at both IFA and CEDIA Expo. What’s more it can be used with the latest Panamorph UltraWide Paladin and Phoenix lenses, which optimise 16:9 imaging chips to deliver a high resolution 2.4:1 aspect ratio picture, the format favoured by most major film releases.

Habitech Presents

System designers can also specify the latest Wyrestorm  4K capable matrices, including the MX-1616-PP-POH 16x16 HDBaseT model, and a new generation of Planet PoE+ switches, 802.11ac wireless access points, large PTZ surveillance cameras and network routers.

Habitech says its Complete Cinema Design Service will be supported by regular hands-on training, and extensive pre and post-sales support.

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Steve May

Steve is a veteran of the UK consumer electronics industry, having covered it for
various media outlets for more than 20 years.

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