Premier Mounts expands its UNI product line by combining its audio system, a flat-panel mount, and UNI-UST in a single unit, the UNI-DS+AUDIO.
The new product enhances digital signage video messages with high-quality stereo sound. Digital signage components may be stored in the integrated GearBox. A tilt and swivel flat panel mount is attached to a stylish extension arm, which gives the monitor a horizontal swivel range of +/- 40o
The new mount is great for public venues, the company says, including retailers and museums to hotel conference centers to small and large event venues.
“By integrating our Universal Flat-Panel Mounts with powerful high-quality audio, we’ve created a cohesive cost-effective, all-in-one signage package for a wide range of applications that is very easy to install,” said Lee Dodson, president at Premier Mounts.
The universal mount provides its own set of top-of-the-line speakers, an advantage when flat-panel displays do not have their own. Designed with an acoustically balanced stereo speaker system that includes 5.25-inch woofers, directional tweeters and an energy-efficient 50 Watt amplifier, the UNI-DS+AUDIO’s dynamic audio system distributes sound powerfully and evenly. It also supports multiple audio inputs.
The mount incorporates a patent-pending GearBox in its base plate to safely enclose not only the amplifier and its power supply, but also third party streaming media players, network adapters and other A/V components. Lock-It™ security screws protect the mount and GearBox from theft.
The UNI-DS+ AUDIO can be installed on any surface due to an array of mounting slots at the top and bottom of the base wall unit. It comes with a ECM3763S flat-panel mount for displays up to 63”, which is attached to a 6-12-inch extension pipe with a 1.5-inch NPT thread. The flat panel mount rotates horizontally up to a 40o in either direction and 15 o vertically.
The UNI-DS+ AUDIO will ship in June 2010.
To see this and other innovative products, visit Premier Mounts during infoComm 2010, Booth C6024, June 9-11, at the Las Vegas Convention Center.