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DVDO Air WirelessHD System Receives CE Pro BEST and Exc!te Awards
[September 12, 2012]

DVDO Air WirelessHD System Receives CE Pro BEST and Exc!te Awards

Sep 12, 2012 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) -- DVDO, a provider of high-definition (HD) video processing, switching and connectivity solutions, announced that the DVDO Air WirelessHD system was honored with the CE Pro BEST and CustomRetailer's Exc!te awards.

According to a release, both awards were determined by a panel of industry professionals, custom installers and editors who based their decision on product technology, functionality and installer benefit criteria.

DVDO said its Air system was named a winner of CE Pro's 2012 Best Awards in the "Accessory" category. The Best Awards honor noteworthy new products and technologies for the custom installer channel. CustomRetailer Magazine's Exc!te Awards honor products that make custom installations easier, increasing installer productivity, client satisfaction and dealer profitability. DVDO was one out of 70 A/V companies to win this award from several hundred entries. Both awards are being presented to DVDO during the Cedia Expo.

"We are honored that DVDO Air was the recipient of both prestigious and well-respected awards," said C.H. Chee, general manager of DVDO. "More consumers want the flexibility of a wireless setting while enjoying high-quality, uncompressed HD video and audio previously only available through a wired connection. DVDO Air offers the best of both worlds, so consumers and installers don't have to compromise." Featuring Silicon Image's 60GHz WirelessHD technology, the Company noted that the DVDO Air system transmits uncompressed 1080p 2D and 3D video formats, and up to 7.1-channel lossless surround sound from HD source units to a HDTV and/or display. The solution consists of a wireless transmitter, a wireless receiver and a receiver-mounting clip that secures to the wall or to the top of the HDTV. DVDO Air offers a clean, wall-mountable alternative to long cables and provides flexibility in positioning high-definition equipment anywhere in the room without the placement restrictions of a wired connection.

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