avielo by ProjectionDesign



avielo by ProjectionDesign is a consumer spin-off brand from projectiondesign. The avielo series of high performance projectors are designed and hand-built in Fredrikstad, Norway. 

Aimed at the high-end custom installation market, avielo projectors feature the most advanced imaging technology. The series incorporates a wide range of models, from entry level to the ultimate high-end in video display.

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Notable products include the avielo RealScope anamorphic widescreen adapter, the avielo M and E series of DLP projectors, the avielo kroma and the avielo helios.

Similar companies include Digital Projection, Sim2, and Runco.

Read HomeTheaterReview.com's coverage of:

avielo's native 2.35:1 projector
avielo's 3D projector technology
avielo's LED projector technology

Email: avielo@projectiondesign.com


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