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NashvilleOct. 1, 2013 — Already the leading provider of flexible and lightweight LED video screens, PixelFLEX announced today that it would be featuring a new 7mm high-resolution curtain video panel at LDI 2013 in November (Booth 2321). With the introduction of its new 7mm video curtain, PixelFLEX is taking flexible LED screens to another price and performance level.

Providing a variety of video display solutions to meet any and all live event needs, PixelFLEX’s LED curtains are easy to operate and set up – videos and images can be sent to the screen using any computer with a DVI-D connection. Flexible in all directions, the curtains are able to bend and shape around structures for a more creative display effect and can be stored in a single road case to simplify shipping logistics while minimizing transportation costs.

PixelFLEX’s 7mm panel is 9.84’ x 2.46’ in size, but modifications can be made easily to provide a customized video content delivery solution to meet any need.  Offering an optimal visual distance at 5m, each 7mm curtain video screen weighs approximately 11Kg/sq.m (24 lbs), which is 70-80 percent less than most other high-resolution LED video screens of this size.

“It’s no secret that video content is king, whether you’re a musician on the road, a professional basketball team or a small business,” said Jeremy Byrd, PixelFLEX’s founder and president. “Delivering high quality video content is critical to building and strengthening your brand. With the introduction of our 7mm LED screen, we’re opening a variety of doors to those looking to improve audience engagement.”

To meet the increased demand for its panels by musicians, houses of worship, universities and other venues, PixelFLEX plans to introduce several other high-resolution LED curtain video screens prior to the LDI Show in Las Vegas. The new line of panels will join PixelFLEX’s growing line of products that include 18mm, 20mm, 25mm, 30mm, 37.5mm, 50mm and 100mm curtain screens, in addition to the company’s LR-4 and LR-8 lightweight rigid video screens for outdoor and indoor applications.

PixelFLEX customers include Luke Bryan, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Joel Osteen, Google Science Fair, Skillet, Boots & Hearts Festival, Jeremy Camp, the University of Iowa, Student Life and Second Baptist Church. Visit PixelFLEX at Booth 2321 during LDI 2013.

For more information on PixelFLEX’s 7mm LED curtain video screen, visitwww.LEDCurtain.com.  Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and@LEDCurtain.

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Nashville, May 15, 2013 — PixelFLEX, innovators of the industry’s most flexible, lightweight and durable LED video screens, announced today the introduction of its Light Rigid 4 (LR-4). Perfect for those looking for a lightweight, indoor hi-res LED video product, the LR-4 provides crisp and sharp playback that is ideal for IMAG, video reel playback, indoor advertising and much more.

With its extremely thin construction, LR-4 is easy to assemble and disassemble, and is compact for storage. Key features of the new LED product from PixelFLEX include 4mm resolution, Powercon and Ethernet connectors, and a per tile weight of approximately 17 lbs.

Already known for providing exceptional visual performance with its existing product line of LED screens, PixelFLEX’s LR-4 offers the highest and sharpest resolution to date, and features a 140 degree vertical and horizontal viewing angle. Additionally, with 281 trillion colors available and a lifespan of 100,000 hours, the LR-4 presents optimal flexibility and durability to customers seeking to maximize viewer engagement.

“The popularity of our industry-leading lightweight LED video curtain walls was the driving force for the creation of a solution that would deliver an even higher video resolution and ease of installation in any indoor environment,” said Jeremy Byrd, president and founder of PixelFLEX. “Whereas our existing video screen systems are perfect for use by touring musicians and bands on the road or in multi-use theatre environments, such as at universities, the LR-4 is the ultimate solution for permanent installations where high-end video improves the customer experience.”

Videos and images can be sent to PixelFLEX’s LR-4 through a variety of connections, including DVI, HDMI, VGA, SDI, HD-SDI, Composite, S-video or Component.

“Given the reception our LED video curtain walls have received, we’re confident the LR-4 will find an audience looking to capitalize on its performance and ruggedness,” Byrd continued. “Video is the driving force behind reaching consumers today, so having a lightweight screen that delivers pristine visuals will help users meet their bottom line.”

For more information on PixelFLEX and the LR-4 solution, visit www.LEDCurtain.com.  Follow PixelFLEX at www.Facebook.com/PixelFLEXUSA and @LEDCurtain.

 

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