Posted: March 10th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: $500, 2008, Bright, Companies, Consumer, Creative, Electronics, From, Korea, korean, KOREANNOVATION, Products, Quality, Quirky, Shine, Show, South, Trade | No Comments »
New York, NY (PRWEB) May 8, 2008
Korea Trade Show 2008 announces, KOREANNOVATION, a showcase of exclusive South Korean products, from May 14th to 15th at Penn Plaza Pavilion, NYC. Featured are a multitude of innovative new products – a broad dazzling inventory that encompasses everything from consumer electronics, to computerized pet-houses and kiddie robot riders to unique-yet-practical personal care products including multi-function techno-bidet’s and smell-reducing socks. The show is free to the public, and trade and media are welcome.
Trade Show Admission Free — 4 ways to register:
•Register Free Online
•call to RSVP: 888-699-7531 or fax 212 229-1878
“Ranked second in world patent productivity, South Korea is leading the world in the kind of research and development that will shape our future,” says Mira Zivkovich , president of MZI Global Marketing, the consulting firm for the Korea International Trade Association. “South Korea is also a producer of the most advanced semiconductor, LCD panel, and mobile phones technology available, and now we are seeing that exciting, cutting-edge technology applied to the consumer world, too.”
For complete details on Korea Trade Show NY 2008, including the most up-to-date exhibitor list, please visit us online at Korea Trade Show NY.
More than 500 products of over 50 companies will be showcased making this an exciting opportunity to have a hands-on preview of gizmos, gadgets, home appliances, healthcare products. Many of these products represent major trends and the future of consumer technology in terms of design and future-forward functionality.
“I’m extremely pleased to have the opportunity to discuss possible manufacturing partnerships with next-generation companies from Korea,” said Larissa Van Duser, President of The Winthrop Group Inc. “This is the perfect time for buyers to take advantage of the positive trade relations between South Korea and the US, especially as Korea is producing some of the most extraordinary, innovative products, in categories from consumer electronics to health and fitness to personal care.”
For years, South Korea has been on the rise towards becoming a global leader in the production of innovative, high-tech consumer products. Now, at the Korea Trade Show NY 2008, buyers can experience firsthand a wide array of such emerging products, such as ultrasonic surface cleaners, wearable speakers, and super-definition digital screens.
In light of the business background of South Korea’s new leader, President Lee Myung-bak, the country has been boosting efforts to improve trade relations between South Korea and the US. Mr. Lee visited the US in mid-April to discuss various issues with American officials, highlighting trade relations between the two nations.
“South Korea will further consolidate the traditional friendship with the United States,” said Mr. Lee before he arrived in New York.
As a result of Mr. Lee’s trade vision and South Korea’s Free Trade Agreement with the US, prices at the Korea Trade Show 2008 will be favorable for buyers, as government support allows for price advantages and manufacturing discounts. “Our government is making a lot of deregulations, lowering corporate taxes to make a nation where foreign companies can invest and work easily,” said Mr. Lee in New York.
The Korea Trade Show NY 2008 is an opportunity to preview the most innovative and state-of-the-art products in the market today, as well as network with a variety of competitive government supported suppliers. It is the premier sourcing and direct buying show for a multitude of up-and-coming products from Korea.
Product Categories and Highlights Check out some products in action on YouTube:.
•Mocomtech. high-tech digital screens, including its Wide Super Gain Screen Systems and Super Definition Screens, delivering optimal picture sharpness and color accuracy while producing crystal-clear images.
•Muse amplifier: utilizes a cutting edge vacuum tube system to create unparalleled sound. With just a USB sound card, the Muse can be connected to any iPod, and the unit comes encased in an attractive ash wood cabinet
•AZA Extremes’ Soundwalk. Soundwalk is a wearable audio system that only needs a pair of triple A batteries and an MP3 player. Soundwalk’s light weight amplifier speakers play music in vivid
surround sound audio without risk of ear damage. Great for jogging, bicycling or hiking.
•iFeelu Inc., EX2 Headphones. This 2.2 Channel Vibration earphone allows you to enjoy games, music and movies like never before. Each earphone contains four micro speakers, including a micro woofer.
•S&J Co. Through the company’s extensive experience designing and manufacturing for consumer electronics giant Samsung, S&J has developed unmatched expertise in developing speakers, headsets and USB flash drives. S&J Co’s new SMS Series computer speakers are the latest development in revolutionary speaker technology. They can connect to any audio system for enhanced sound, with remote controlled power and volume.
•IDFone. You’ll never miss a trick with this hand-held,waterproof recording device. The portable IDFone can be worn on an armband or helmet, allowing you to record high-quality audio and high-resolution video, so whether you’re sky diving, motorcycling, mountain biking, skateboarding or auto racing, you can catch every breathtaking angle.
•Airrobot Ringbo, Riding Intelligent Robot. With a collision sensor that detects objects in front and behind the robot as well as stability control that slows down if the child becomes unstable, the Ringbo Riding Intelligent Robot is a high-tech toy that can give toddlers a ride that’s safe and fun.
•PixThea Corp. PixThea, PixThea, a Korean corporation with a reputation as an uncompromising leader in digital video technology, introduces its Digital LCD TV with Embedded Personal Computer. High-quality LCD TV and a computer with all the technological advances you need, including a high performance Intel Mobile Pentium4 1.73 GHz CPU, 512 MB of Memory, an Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 900 and Wireless IR Keyboard, IR Optical Mouse.
•Genesis I&C. The Genesis I&C Digital Voice Recorder is packed with useful features like a real-time recording display, various ways to search digital files and a range of recording settings that allow you to record manually, by event, schedule or motion.
Other products highlighted in the exhibit include Aviation headsets, stun guns, power meters, point of sales systems, ice cream and yogurt machines, audio measuring, holistic medical and dental devices, portable massagers, valve amplifiers and speakers, and LCD HDTV televisions and monitors and more.
About MZI Global Marketing
MZI Global Marketing is an award-winning, full-service integrated marketing and consulting firm that creates and executes effective market entry strategies for its domestic and global clients across a wide spectrum of industries.
Under the leadership of president and CEO Mira Zivkovich, recipient of the 2007 Ellis Island Medal of Honor, MZI Global Marketing is committed to guiding its clients from initial strategy to well executed solutions, helping them surmount any challenge and achieve their every business goal. For more information, please visit http://www.mziglobal.com.
Posted: March 9th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Flat, Screen, Televisions | No Comments »
The history of TV broadcasting does not follow nicely to a specific invention or an unambiguous area. Television in the united kingdom and within Europe evolved from different pioneers, every one making mandatory offerings to a complicated growth course.
The BBC’s wireless transmission transmitted the UK’s foremost TV programme in 1929. 1 or 2 services were broadcast in this fashion each day into 1930. Baird TV used an electromechanical system to make those initial transmissions, however a few years later, the English Broadcasting Corporation was manufacturing and transmitting its own programming.
World War II slowed the improvement of television in Britain. In fact , television went down during the war. It was June 1946 — just about 7 years after — before broadcasts continued.
In the rest of Europe, things progressed differently. The French government was disinclined to divert funds away from radio broadcasting in television’s youthful days, delaying expansion there. Tv sets remained well clear of grasp of most French citizens in the Thirties and Fourties. Unlike in Great Britain where broadcasts were halted during WWII, Nazi occupying armed forces snatched control of broadcasting within France.
Germans started TV transmitting in 1929, however they did not offer sound with their pictures until half way through the thirties. In August 1936, the Summer Olympics in Berlin were televised live. The govt even arranged public viewing rooms for those without their own television sets.
the resultant creation of magnetic tape made transmitting time-delayed and edited programming possible .
All around the world, conflicting broadcasting standards have slowed invention and made difficult the sharing of programs among states. Still, innovations came. Enhancements in transmitted quality and resolution were made over a period. Colour TV and at last stereo sound developed and were offered at different speeds of introduction around the planet.
Since the Eighties, the increasing availability of home video recording clobber and its increasing quality and convenience has placed TV viewing more in control of its viewers. VCRs gave way to DVD players, and those, in turn, gave way to hard drive based recorders. DVRs are giving way in some households to recording on home computers, smart telephones and other gizmos.
Now, most states in Europe and around the world have converted fully to Hi-D digital picture and sound. Screen resolutions are practically perfect. Additional improvements in picture and sound would set display resolution and audio ranges beyond our ability to perceive.
That leaves consumers thinking about what further innovations are attainable.
marketing pros are already answering that query. Pictures are now being broadcast by one or two broadcasters in 3D, a format once held in reserve for only specially-equipped motion picture houses. DVDs are coming onto market with multi-dimensional pictures. A few brands and models of televisions are in a position to receive and interpret these new image shows.
Excited consumers wait and wonder what is next — and when to purchase.
The url flat screen televisions has further details
Tunjay Singh is the author of the book “You Have All Been Fooled”. It is the ground breaking book that explores the different aspects of perspectives in life including religous perspectives on how they shape people. Winston is a regular contributor to article sites. He is an Information systems auditor by profession with an international portfolio.
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Posted: March 7th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Analog, Audio, Brings, complements, Devices, Hdtv, image, Quality, Realistic, rendering, SoundMAX | No Comments »
LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) September 15, 2008
“The proliferation of flat-panel plasma and LCD TVs is placing new demands on the audio signal processing chain,” said Bill Bucklen, segment director for Advanced TV, Analog Devices, Inc. “While designers strive to deliver a realistic audio experience that approximates surround-sound speaker systems or pre-packaged home theater-in-a-box systems, manufacturers must contend with smaller HDTV form factors that leave little room for high-fidelity speakers. Consumer Electronics Association market data indicates that 85 percent of HDTVs will not be connected to an external AV receiver or multiple speakers. This means that most HDTVs must be capable of providing a high-quality audio experience using internal audio systems.”
With the SoundMAX library of over 60 algorithms, television audio designers can take advantage of the industry’s only platform to address the design needs of the entire HDTV audio signal chain. This complete portfolio allows system designers to unlock the full audio potential of the HDTV experience and provides a single resource for designing multiple TV platforms across a wide range of price points.
“By combining ADI’s audio building blocks, algorithms, system-level innovations and design support into one platform, the SoundMAX audio solutions portfolio enables HDTV designers to deliver the gold-standard in TV audio,” said Bucklen. “In addition, designers can reduce development costs by 20 percent or more over solutions that require customers to purchase TV audio components and software from multiple vendors.”
World-class Audio Performance for HDTVs
The SoundMAX for TV audio solutions portfolio includes all necessary analog and digital signal processing, multi-channel audio decoding, post-processing and algorithm-supported audio enhancements required to build a complete high-definition (HD) audio signal chain. This includes ADI’s advanced television audio processors, Class-D amplifiers, HDMI receivers, design environments, such as the SigmaStudio™ graphical programming tool for ADI audio processors, and audio algorithms. Both ADI-developed and third-party audio algorithms are included.
Audio Processors: Heightened HDTV Experience and Reduced Time-to-Market
The SoundMAX for TV audio solutions platform includes a broad spectrum of cost-effective, fully programmable audio processors that speed delivery of audio enhancements in flat-panel plasma and LCD HDTV designs. ADI’s ADAV4622, ADAV4601 and ADAV4322 SoundMAX audio processors incorporate a powerful embedded processing engine to manage the audio performance of space-constrained speakers in today’s thin, flat-panel, LCD and plasma TV designs. This “digital audio enhancement engine” does all the processing necessary to deliver the big sound required to match high-definition video quality. This feature is coupled with high-performance, multi-channel, 24-bit analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and digital-to-analog converters (DACs) that accept analog line inputs from HD components, such as set-top boxes and DVD players, and drive either analog or PWM (pulse width modulated) digital audio to power amplifiers for speakers or auxiliary outputs. Designed to work with ADI’s newest HDMI receivers and Class-D power stages, the audio processors allow designers to reduce “pop click” audio errors during system start-up, change audio sources seamlessly and deliver the high-quality audio required to match today’s HD video display.
Class-D Amplifiers: Big Sound from Small HDTV Speakers
HDTV audio designers can take advantage of ADI’s SoundMAX Class-D audio amplifiers, the ADAU1592 and ADAU1513, which optimally interface to HDTV audio processors and can deliver two-channel output at up to 18 W with 0.005 percent THD+N. In addition, ADI’s space-saving Class-D audio amplifiers provide the power needed to deliver the same audio experience consumers are accustomed to receiving from large HDTV cabinets. These Class-D amplifiers are designed to work seamlessly together with SoundMAX audio processors.
Comprehensive Library of HDTV Audio Algorithms
World-class audio performance requires a comprehensive library of SoundMAX audio processing algorithms. Analog Devices’ library of SoundMAX audio enhancement algorithms includes support for popular audio algorithms from third-party developers, such as Dolby Laboratories, Inc.; SRS Labs, Inc.; and BBE Sound, Inc.; and a wide range of ADI-developed TV audio algorithms including:
—Automatic Volume Control – compensates for volume changes
—Surround – delivers five discrete channels of surround from just two audio channels
—Virtualizer – converts 5.1 channel surround audio to two channel binaural format
—Dynamic Bass Boost – ensures that lower levels of audio receive more bass boost
—Midnight Mode – calms high-level audio passages and raises quiet levels of audio
—Spatializer – enriches 3D surround audio for headphones and stereo speakers
—Lip Sync Delay – compensates for any delays in video processing
—Programmable Parametric EQ – delivers custom home theater audio effects
Requiring no DSP programming knowledge, designers can use the SigmaStudio “drag-and-drop” interface to select from the large SoundMAX library of pre-developed TV audio processing blocks and easily build multi-channel audio platforms.
For more information on ADI’s SoundMAX for TV audio solutions portfolio, visit http://www.analog.com/soundmaxtv. For more information on ADI in audio, visit http://www.analog.com/audio.
About Analog Devices
Innovation, performance, and excellence are the cultural pillars on which Analog Devices has built one of the longest standing, highest growth companies within the technology sector. Acknowledged industry-wide as the world leader in data conversion and signal conditioning technology, Analog Devices serves over 60,000 customers, representing virtually all types of electronic equipment. Celebrating over 40 years as a leading global manufacturer of high-performance integrated circuits used in analog and digital signal processing applications, Analog Devices is headquartered in Norwood, Massachusetts, with design and manufacturing facilities throughout the world. Analog Devices’ common stock is listed on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker “ADI” and is included in the S&P 500 Index. http://www.analog.com
SoundMAX and Advantiv are registered trademarks and SigmaStudio is a trademark of Analog Devices, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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Posted: March 6th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: DTRT2100, Review, Time, tiny, Travelling, YouView+ | No Comments »
BT YouView+ DTR-T2100 Review: Time Travelling TV in a Tiny Box
But it wasn't perfect, with early boxes at times feeling sluggish under the weight of its advanced interface. The new … Measuring 23.7cm x 4.3cm x 15.2 cm and weighing just 0.76kg, you can easily balance it in the palm of your hand, making it far …
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Is your big-screen TV a potential safety hazard for your family?
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Posted: March 3rd, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Added, been, Cabinet, Hoods, Inventory, PX10U30, PX11U30, PX11U36, Range, Under, USAs, Warehouse, XtremeAir | No Comments »
Aiken, SC (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
In an effort to expand and diversify its inventory, Warehouse USA has added three new models of XtremeAir under-cabinet mount, range hoods. XtremeAir under cabinet mount range hoods are crafted from 19 gauge stainless steel in satin finish; they also come equipped with dishwasher safe stainless steel baffle filters. The stainless steel used in the hoods construction is austenitic; this means that the steel is non-magnetic, which prevents the attraction of dust particles to its surface and as a result it prevents the buildup of gunk overtime. Another feature of the austenitic steel that is worth mentioning is its high rust resistance; this is a welcome characteristic especially since the range hoods are exposed to extremely moist conditions in kitchen environments.
The motor used in XtremeAir range hoods is ultra-quiet and capable of moving up to 900 cubic feet of air per minute. There are 4 preset blower speeds that are controlled by touch sensitive buttons; the current blower speed setting is displayed on the LCD panel. The noise levels produced by the blower range from 35 dB to 67 dB; this can be compared to a noise ranging from a quiet conversation (35 dB) to a normal conversation (65 dB).
The hoods can only vent air through ducts that lead outside. It needs to be noted that they are not capable of recycling the air within the room. They have an 8” duct vent centrally located on the top.
The model PX11-U30 is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. XtremeAir USA recommends the distance between the cooktop and the canopy bottom to be in the range from 26” to 30” in order to achieve optimal venting conditions.
The model PX11-U36 is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. The same manufacturer’s recommendations apply to this model as to the previous PX11-U30.
The last XtremeAir model added recently to Warehouse USA’s inventory is PX10-U30, which is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall. It has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. Installation recommendations are the same as for the two first models.
All XtremeAir kitchen range hoods are available at Warehouse USA – http://warehouse-usa.com; they are on sale with free shipping throughout 48 contiguous states. For more technical information or if in doubt please don’t hesitate to call 888-693-8066.
Posted: March 1st, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Added, been, Cabinet, Hoods, Inventory, PX10U36, R230, R236, Range, Under, USAs, Warehouse, XtremeAir | No Comments »
Aiken, SC (PRWEB) January 15, 2013
XtremeAir under cabinet mount range hoods are crafted from 19 gauge stainless steel in satin finish; they also come equipped with dishwasher safe stainless steel baffle filters. The stainless steel used in the hoods construction is austenitic; this means that the steel is non-magnetic, which prevents the attraction of dust particles to its surface and as a result it prevents the buildup of gunk overtime. Another feature of the austenitic steel that is worth mentioning is its high rust resistance; this is a welcome characteristic especially since the range hoods are exposed to extremely moist conditions in kitchen environments.
The motor used in XtremeAir range hoods is ultra-quiet and capable of moving up to 900 cubic feet of air per minute. There are 4 preset blower speeds that are controlled by touch sensitive buttons or by a remote control that comes with the fixture; the current blower speed setting is displayed on the LCD panel. The noise levels produced by the blower range from 35 dB to 67 dB; this can be compared to a noise ranging from a quiet conversation (35 dB) to a normal conversation (65 dB).
The three range hood models can only vent air through ducts that lead outside. It needs to be noted that they are not capable of recycling the air within the room. They have an 8” duct vent centrally located on the top.
The model PX10-U36 is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. XtremeAir USA recommends the distance between the cooktop and the canopy bottom to be in the range from 26” to 30” in order to achieve optimal venting conditions.
The model R230 is 30” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall; it has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. The same manufacturer’s recommendations apply to this model as to the previous PX10-U36.
The last XtremeAir model added recently to Warehouse USA’s inventory is R236, which is 36” wide by 22” deep and 10” tall. It has two 2W LED lights mounted in the front end of the fixture. Installation recommendations are the same as for the two previous models.
All XtremeAir kitchen range hoods are available at Warehouse USA – http://warehouse-usa.com; they are on sale with free shipping throughout 48 contiguous states. For more technical information or if in doubt please don’t hesitate to call 888-693-8066.
Posted: February 28th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Televisions | No Comments »
Based in South Korea, LG is at the forefront of technology across the globe and you can find an LG TV in living rooms and bedrooms in numerous cities and towns worldwide. An LG television uses cutting edge technology and displays excellent picture quality whether you have an LG LCD TV, LED TV or plasma screen.
LG LCD televisions come in a variety of sizes and their picture is provided by a liquid crystal display (hence the name!). These were originally used for computer monitors but the technology soon progressed into televisions.
An LG Plasma TV offers slightly better picture quality to its LCD brothers as it uses different technology to display the images. Their picture is formed using glass panels with inert gases in between them. The outer region of the glass panel is covered by lots of very thin wires which create grids over millions of pixels. When the plasma set is turned on the power stimulates the gases forming plasma and producing UV light. This light then illuminates phosphors to create the full colour spectrum and the pixels display moving pictures.
Given the choice, movie buffs and sports fans would lean towards a plasma set but to an untrained eye the difference is hardly noticeable.
Of the three types though, if you want superior picture quality then an LG LED TV should definitely be considered. They range in size from 32 inches up to a mammoth 55 inches and as you’d expect, you will have to pay a bit more for them due to their newer and more advanced technology.
LED TVs are LCD screens that use LED back-lighting. A normal LCD television uses fluorescent lights for its backlighting while an LED TV uses Light Emitting Diodes which is where the name comes from. They are thinner and weigh less than other televisions and are also more eco-friendly as they use less power. This ‘greenness’ leads to cheaper bills.
LG Smart TV is found on many new LG televisions and offers internet browsing and numerous multimedia capabilities. You can watch your favorite shows on BBC iPlayer, 4oD, ITV Player and other catch up TV services. Film fans are also spoilt for choice with the likes of Love Film and Netflix also available. Social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter make it easy to connect with your friends.
LG Smart TV’s App Store contains lots of apps for you to download at your leisure. You’ll find apps ranging from fitness to gaming so whatever your age or interests, you’ll find an app that suits you.
LG Cinema 3D TVs have recently been released and offer 3D images by using passive glasses as they do in the cinemas.
More About Know New Range of LG Plasma TV, LG Cinema 3D and LG Smart TV visit our Manchester and Rawtenstall sales teams are on standby to find you the deal you are looking for to suit your particular budget, needs and requirements.
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Posted: February 26th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Under Cabinet TVs | Tags: 15.4Inch, Combo, Kitchen, KLV3915, TV/DVD, UnderCabinet, Venturer | No Comments »
- 15.4-inch undercabinet LCD TV/DVD combo
- Flip-up screen flips around and up to save space and protect the screen
- DVD player - compatible with DVDs, CDs and JPGs; Digital/analog ATSC/NTSC TV tuner
- AM/FM radio with digital tuning and station presets
- Includes magnetic remote control and under-cabinet mounting hardware
Enjoy the companionship of the KLV3915 15.4-inch undercabinet TV/DVD combo as you work in the kitchen. The space-saving design features a flip-up screen that flips around and up safely tucking it away while it’s not in use. You’ll be able to enjoy your favorite TV shows via the ATSC/NTSC tuner, your favorite movies with the built-in DVD player, and your favorite turns with the AM/FM radio with digital tuning. Use the clock and timer functions to bake a cake or roast a turkey. Follow along with your favorite cooking shows to prepare new dishes to impress dinner guests. The KLV3915 includes a magnetic remote control so you can store it on your refrigerator for easy access.
List Price: $ 299.99
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Posted: February 25th, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: Business, Office, rolling, Stockbroker | No Comments »
Columbus, OH (Vocus) March 25, 2009
With the growing hassles at the airports, mobile offices are beginning more and more appealing. Creative Mobile Interiors, a custom conversion vehicle specialist in Columbus, Ohio recently delivered a Prevost H3-45 mobile office bus that goes above and beyond the role of mobile office. Built for a hard working stockbroker, this custom motor coach includes a one of a kind, ten monitor command center. The screens provide the stock broker with constant access to the stock market trends.
This area, which is found in the rear of the Prevost bus, is also the master bedroom. This is accomplished by a one of a kind Murphy bed system. The bed, with a push of a button, goes up inside the wall. When down, two cabinet doors are accessible that open up into a storage area. When the bed is up, a two panel door is revealed. One panel goes down providing a work surface and the other panel lifts up revealing the ten 17″ monitors mounted under the bed. The monitors are tied into the computer network system which is connected to the internet via two Wi-Fi routers.
The stockbroker also likes to entertain, so an impressive AV rack was built which includes his computer system, sound system, and in-motion satellite all controlled by a RTI remote. Being a big gamer, the investor has an Xbox 360 in both the front and back rooms. Either Xbox can be switched out with an onboard PS3.Blu-ray and used as an all around entertainment system.
A custom black and white paint design, described as tribal with a new age twist, and state-of-the-art cove lighting guarantee there is nothing like it out on the road. Neon blue rope lighting accent the entry stairs and continue through the aisles, illuminating the entire pathway of the bus. Color-changing, high-tech cove lighting lines all the custom valances. LED accents contour the counter edges and encircle the air conditioning ducts on the ceiling. The exterior even has blue led lights under all the handles. According to Josh Gifford, CMI designer,” This is one of the most unique buses I have had the opportunity to work on.”
The front lounge includes two custom white ultra leather sofas and two 32″ LCD monitor, next is a small dinette and galley area. The curvy hallway continues the modern design and allows for an extra roomy bathroom on the curbside. The gorgeous bathroom features a red and beige color scheme – a change from the rest of the coach. Beautiful beige ceramic tiles cover the shower walls and the entire lavatory floor. Splashes of red accent tiles in the shower match the beautiful glass resin vessel sink. Custom curved cabinetry and counters follow the curve of the sink.
Next to the bathroom are six bunks, three on each side. Each bunk has it own a privacy curtain and a reading light. This room also includes a small custom ultra leather covered seat with storage below, a 42″ TV monitor, and a roof hatch that leads to a roof deck accessible by a telescopic ladder.
CMI was founded in 1999 and is in the process of building and moving into its new headquarters in Grove City, Ohio. The company specializes in converting motor coaches, Sprinter vans, trailers and mini-coaches into luxury, commercial and specialty vehicles outfitted with custom top-of-the-line amenities and electronics. CMI can be reached at (614) 539-4600, or at http://www.creativemobileinteriors.com.
Posted: February 23rd, 2014 | Author: Grissom | Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: 1.0mm, Baffle, Cabinet, drain, filter, Grease, Hood, Lights, Mount, NonMagnetic, PX10U30, Range, Stainless, Steel, Tunnel, Under, XtremeAir | No Comments »
- 900 CFM, Centrifugal blower
- 19 Gauge High Quality Non-Magnetic S.S
- Four-speed touch sensitive electronic LCD control panel, w/ remote control
- Heavy Duty S.S.Baffle Filter
- LED Lighting system
MOUNTING TYPE: Under Cabinet, residential use only.
BODY DESIGN: Full seamless radius corner construction
MATERIAL: Super thick 1.0mm, Non-Magnetic commercial grade high quality stainless steel.
FILTER: Slanted stainless steel baffle filters - dishwasher-safe.
OIL CONTAINER: 1 long oil tunnel/container - Stainless steel
MOTOR & BLOWER: 2 ultra quiet motors, 2 squirrel cage blowers.
AIRFLOW max: 900 CFM.
NOISE LEVEL: 1.5 - 6.5 sones or 33 - 55dB
CONTROL: 4 speeds screen touch sensitive electronic control w/ blue LED Display
DELAYED POWER AUTO SHUT OFF: Programmable 1-15 minutes
LIGHTING: 2 x 2W energy efficient LED lights
VENTING: duct only (no recirculation option)
DUCT SIZE: 8 inch round duct vent on top
VOLTAGE: 120V @ 60Hz (USA & Canada Standard)
List Price: $ 776.00
Price: $ 544.00
Under Cabinet TV LCD LED Monitor Flip Swivel Mount Bracket 13 15 17 19 20 21 23"
Kitchen Under Cabinet Flat Panel LCD LED Tilt Swivel TV Flip Mount Bracket BF6