Seymour-Screen Excellence’s New ART Masking System Attacks the World of Big

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(July 18, 2019) Earlier this year, we introduced Seymour-Screen Excellence’s affordable TRIM System, a fixed frame motorized masking solution that offers intriguing performance at more attainable price points. Now, Seymour-Screen is going full-blown luxury – BIG luxury ¬– with a reference-grade acoustically transparent motorized making system designed to accommodate home theater systems with massive front walls.

The Adjustable Ratio Theater Motorized Masking System, otherwise known as ART, introduces at home masking that can stand as large as 20-feet tall and 30-feet wide. That makes for an image width of a whopping 350”, accommodating 100” more screen than the company’s previous large screen system (TAM). Additionally, ART gives owners “unlimited intermediate masking panel positions” for properly showing image sizes as minimal as 4:3.

According to Seymour-Screen, the ART system provides installers greater freedom because it allows them to build a screen on a wall, bucking traditional methods of assembly. The system, itself, taps a high-quality 8.8” frame that’s installed in sections and hidden by a sleek velvet fascia. Beneath that fascia lies ultra-quiet motor assemblies and Seymour’s sheer black AT masking panels.

ART is meant to be paired with the company’s Enlightor Neo and PRO A.T. screen surfaces for serious viewing and sonic pass-through.

Technologies aside, ART has already been nominated as a CEDIA 2019 “Best New Product Award.” Even more exciting, Seymour-Screen Excellence will be at CEDIA 2019 with its ART system in tow.

As you can imagine, pricing for ART matches its large-size capabilities. Starting at screen widths of 160”, ART can cost upwards of $26,000… and as you move to larger screen sizes and more options, ART can cost up to $142,000. Yes, folks, a dream-worthy system in more ways than one.

For more information about ART or other Seymour-Screen Excellence productions, call 515.268.3369 or visit the company at seymourscreenexcellence.com.
 
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