May 04, 2017
(Bloomfield, CT) May 3rd, 2017 – Salamander Designs, Ltd., a leader in premium quality residential and commercial audio/video furniture solutions made in the USA for over 20 years, has announced the Salamander Credenza, X/SNY245 that accommodates the new Sony VPL-VZ1000ES Ultra-Short Throw projector 4K HDR home theater projector.
The VPL-VZ1000ES revealed at CES 2017( Las Vegas, NV, U.S.A.) projects close to the wall while providing outstanding video quality. This projector also maintains room integrity, no longer requiring a ceiling suspended or mid room unit, and therefore lends itself to a “Salamander Solution”. The Salamander Credenza requires minimal installation with no need to open the wall or ceiling to run cables. All supporting components including a speaker system, can be enclosed in the credenza to provide a beautiful and simple solution for virtually any décor. Available in three styles.
Salamander Designs, President & Founder, Sal Carrabba commented: “At Salamander after over 20 years of creating innovative AV furniture we are very adept at providing collaborative solutions. This Ultra Short throw The VPL-VZ1000ES projector and cabinet is just one example of the forward thinking solutions we can offer.”
About Salamander Designs: Salamander Designs, Ltd. is a leading manufacturer of premium quality, highly customizable furniture for residential and commercial audio/video integration that complements any space. Heralded for fusing visual design with functional engineering and advanced manufacturing methods, Salamander’s advanced product lines feature a high level of configurability and adaptability that allow users to best meet their present and future needs. Salamander’s A/V furniture lines include the Chameleon Collection, the Archetype System, the Synergy System and theater/lounge seating solutions. Salamander also makes a wide variety of accessory products that complement their A/V furniture. Products are built to order in the USA and quick ship within days. Salamander commercial solutions can be viewed here: