Loewe TV displays join The CEDIA Designer database, opening high end Loewe media room designs up to global integrator database

Loewe TV displays join The CEDIA Designer database, opening high end Loewe media room designs up to global integrator database


Posted on 3rd July 2018

Loewe’s luxury range of OLED Ultra HD TV displays are now available within global cloud-based design software, The CEDIA Designer’s manufacturer database, facilitating technically accurate media room designs with full documentation – in minutes.

Loewe has announced that effective immediately, its luxury range of OLED Ultra HD TV displays are now available within global cloud-based design software, The CEDIA Designer’s (TCD) manufacturer database.

Using TCD, integrators can quickly produce technically accurate media room designs for clients that require high end, multi-functional media rooms and gaming spaces.

TCD was first developed to enable home theatre installers to quickly design reference level screening rooms and larger immersive audio home cinemas, however TCD’s Media Room subscription tiers bring the power of The CEDIA Designer into the hands of media room installers.

With the recent launch of TCD’s Media Room Pro tier, Loewe displays can be incorporated into a wider variety of designs. TCD can be used to quickly calculate a media room’s RT60/500 Sabine equation, footlamberts calculation, flat panel display placement, seating configuration, immersive CODEC (up to 9.1.4) loudspeaker and subwoofer placement and much more.

“Joining the TCD database will make Loewe screens an even more popular choice for high end residential projects. All of our products are made in Germany, with a high level of craftsmanship, premium materials and state-of-the-art OLED technology. And with screens up to 77” in size, IP/RS232 support with leading drivers, together with surprisingly good trade margins Loewe has a strong proposition in this sector.” said Charlie Cann, Loewe UK Ltd.

TCD calculates and produces in minutes what would take an experienced cinema designer weeks to complete, quickly specifying the precise location of all cinema and media room equipment, while eliminating equipment combinations that won't work.

“Media rooms are becoming increasingly popular,” said TCD MD, Guy Singleton. “If clients don’t have the space or budget for a dedicated theatre room with tiered seating, but they want to watch a mix of TV programmes, movies and incorporate gaming functionality, a media room with a flat panel display and / or a drop-down screen is a great solution. Historically, flat panel displays are challenging to integrate in an aesthetically pleasing way. However, modern displays are different, and Loewe takes that to the next level with its stylish displays. For high-end media rooms, integrators want to offer the best, and clients demand the best. Loewe ticks the boxes for style and performance.”