Stadium-quality CASA Series LED screens earn national recognition
SAN DIEGO – GoVisionTV, a game-changing LED video product for the residential and commercial hospitality markets, has once again scored a national industry award.
CE Pro declared GoVisionTV’s CASA Series Outdoor TV the winner of its 2017 CE Pro BEST (Best Electronics Systems Technologies) Award in the Household Enhancements / Installation Accessories category.
The Awards were presented Thursday, Sept. 7, during a reception at the CE Pro booth at CEDIA 2017.
“What an amazing honor for GoVisionTV to receive the BEST Award,” said Kevin Faciane, executive vice president of Argyle, Texas-based GoVision. “We’ve always felt that our products would revolutionize the residential and commercial video experience, and this recognition from CE Pro reinforces that belief.”
GoVisionTV offers homes and businesses the spectacular, larger-than-life LED video screen experience that until now has been reserved for massive concert arenas and sports stadiums. The personal, jumbo TV – starting at 138” – designed for outdoor entertainment, is completely weatherproof (IP 65-rated), viewable in full sunlight (greater than 5,500 nits), contains integrated speakers and multiple inputs and is compatible with most existing home and commercial audio/visual systems.
GoVisionTV can be mounted to most existing structures and walls or configured as a standalone viewing system using an available design kit featuring attractive wood, stone and other structures. With sizes starting at roughly 6’ high by 9’ wide, GoVisionTV can be scaled to much larger sizes and in various viewing aspect ratios.
“The BEST Awards offer an incredible glimpse into the future for the entire residential integration industry,” says Jason Knott, editor-in-chief of CE Pro. “Some of the products and technologies that integrators now consider mainstays to their businesses made their first appearance in the market via the BEST Awards. These entries truly represent the cutting edge of technology.”
This year’s winners were chosen through independent voting by a panel of integrators, along with the editors of CE Pro. Nearly 180 entries were individually judged on multiple criteria including innovation, functionality, competitive advantages, benefits to the end user and benefits to the integrator.
Also during this week’s CEDIA Show, GoVisionTV launched two new products:
The “Ticker” Series – high resolution, full color, thin-mount ticker boards for use in bars, clubs, home theaters and “man caves;” and,
The “Theater” Series – high definition, large format LED video walls for home theaters, bars and clubs. Sizes start at 6’ x 10’.
“At GoVision, we’re all about continuous improvement and pushing the envelope in the LED space,” said Faciane. “The CASA Series has set a new standard outdoor visual entertainment, and we fully intend to build on its success with new innovations like the Ticker and Theater series.”
GoVisionTV was named a “Best of Show” product by TWICE Magazine at the CEDIA Expo 2016 in Dallas.
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GoVision LLC (jumbo.tv), a Learfield company, is a premier provider of large-scale LED video displays — for rent or purchase — and related services. Our comprehensive suite of services span from North America’s largest fleet of turnkey mobile units to an enormous inventory of modular LED panels, creative/content services, the award-winning GoVisionTV and custom offerings such as design, fabrication and installation. GoVision is dedicated to unrivaled experiences in the unpredictable event business, and delivers more than 1,000 shows per year ranging from small local festivals to the last four Presidential Inaugurations, the 2015 Papal Visit and multiple NCAA Final Fours, Super Bowls, Ryder Cups, PGA tournaments and professional All-Star Games. GoVision is the screen provider of AT&T Stadium Plaza, Bristol Motor Speedway, The LPGA Tour, TCU and other colleges. The company is based in Argyle, Texas, with offices in Napa, Calif., Portland, Ore., Chicago and Las Vegas.