• Utah’s largest TV projection dealer, and one of the largest in the United States
  • Utah’s only authorized dealer of Sony Cine Alta 24p Digital Cinema
  • Utah’s only full-line Canon Cinema EOS (Electro-Optical System) Dealer
  • The only authorized dealer of Canon, Sony, and Panasonic Professional Products in Utah (all three)

Historical Highlights

  • 1st in Utah to host DJI New Pilot Training (2015)
  • 1st in Utah to host DJI Ronin Workshop (2015)
  • Celebrated our 60th Anniversary (2013)
  • 1st in Utah to show 4K video and offer 4K cameras (2013)
  • Celebrated our 50th Anniversary (2003)
  • 1st in Utah to show a 24 frames-per-second camcorder (Salt Lake City Film Festival, 2002)
  • Installed the display (largescreen) at the Jon M. Hunstman Center at the University of Utah (2002)
  • Supplied the 2002 Winter Olympic games with Panasonic A/V Equipment
  • 1st Authorized Sony Cine Alta 24p Digital Cinema dealer in Utah (1999)
  • 1st in Utah to receive and record an over-the-air transmission test of high-definition TV (February 1999)
  • Constructed one of the country’s 1st High-Definition television showrooms (1989)
  • Created “Lumachrome”: The 1st modified professional video recorder to record Y/C signal without changing formats while maintaining VHS compatibility (1987)
  • Created “The Wizard”: The first single product digital effects system that provided two channel A-B roll effects with its own built-in mixing switcher and time base correlator (1985)
  • 1st in Utah to display home video recorders (VCRs)
  • Created the first home video recording system to record two hours instead of one. Based on a modified 3/4′ u-matic VCR
  • 1st TV projection dealer in Utah
  • 1st in Utah to show a home video projector (Kloss Novabeam) in the 1970s.
  • 1st in Utah to become an authorized seller of Panasonic Video products (1968)
  • 1st in Utah to become an authorized Video Tape Recorder service/repair center (1966)
  • Family owned and operated since 1953

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