Installation Products

LCD Projector Sharp Electronics' XG-V10XU Conference Series projector features 3800 ANSI lumens, a range of optical lenses, network and videowall capability, 5/01/2001 8:00 AM Eastern

Installation Products

May 1, 2001 12:00 PM, Compiled by Elizabeth Price

LCD Projector

Sharp Electronics' XG-V10XU Conference Series projector features3800 ANSI lumens, a range of optical lenses, network and videowallcapability, and signal handling from workstations and PCresolutions up to UXGA, Macintosh, DTB and video. It comes equippedwith software for gamma correction, as well as diagnostic andremote access.
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CobraNet licensee Whirlwind has an easy-to-install 8-in/8-outdigital audio transceiver that utilizes the CM-1 CobraNet low-powercore module: the DCS88. All inputs and outputs are accessed viaterminal screw connections. The unit can be up to 100 meters fromthe power supply (longer runs require adding 10-base-T switchesbetween the CobraNet command center and the power supply).
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Tube Preamp System

Accepting +20dB peaks while maintaining over 120dB dynamicrange, Applied Research and Technology's TPS includes twinhigh-performance discrete preamplifiers with local feedback, aswell as ART's Variable Valve Voicing (V3) 12AX7A gain stage. Itprovides level monitoring via two analog meters.
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Waterproof Amplifiers

IMP Systems has weatherproof distributed speaker amps that canbe placed in or near a speaker in rain, snow, ice and sun. They areavailable in 5, 10, 20, 40 and 75 watts and can be used with anyspeaker from any manufacturer.
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Multiple Angle Stage Monitor

The KSM-8 from Klipsch is a two-way loudspeaker with sidesangled at 65° and 45°. It has a 90×90° hybridTractrix® horn, a high-power 8-inchwoofer and 1-inch titanium diaphragm HF compression driver, andbuilt-in, high-power passive crossover.
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Fixed-Installation Projectors

InFocus Corporation's LP900 series projectors offer brightness,image quality, true XGA resolution, HDTV compatibility and more.The LP930 outputs 3200 lumens, with lens shift. The LP925 has 2400lumens, no lens shift.
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Project Boxes

Three project boxes from BGW, the PB-1, PB-2 and PB-3, haverugged, flat aluminum front and rear panels with ⅛-inchaluminum, black smooth powder coat chassis and 19-inch front panelwidths.
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Camera Panel

Panja has a PosiTrack Pilot camera panel that controls multiplerobotic video cameras. It has a 6-inch color touchpanel with videopreview, a combined pan/tilt/zoom joystick, and focus wheel andspeed control.
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Power Distribution Products

Juice Goose's PD1-B is a custom multiple-circuit AC powerdistribution device with a 30-inch strip that includes six duplexoutlets. The CQ-PD1-4 has four 20-amp circuits for 80 amps of powersequencing. And the PSC-6 is a power sequence controller thatactivates six sequence steps for powering audio equipment in aspecified order. It has dry contact closures on its six backterminals, and it provides 24 volts of DC current at around 100mA.
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The Redwood Music cable range can be used in musical instrument,microphone, interconnecting and speaker applications. Cables haveall-metal ends wrapped in heat-shrink tubing inside the plugs.Basic cables are available in 10- and 20-foot lengths.Professional-grade cables come in 1, 3, 10 and 20 feet. The linealso includes two speaker cables that use 16-guage wire in a heavyjacket (20 and 30 feet) and balanced and unbalanced mic cables (20feet only).
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Tuning Presets

Now available online from dbx are the 41 JBL speaker tuningpresets for use with the DriveRack loudspeaker management systems. The presets, designed by dbx, canbe downloaded from the Web site.
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Mixing Consoles

Allen and Heath has a medium-sized live mixing console, theML4000. The ML4000 has eight VCA groups and an LCR panning system.Each input features 4-band sweep EQ with switched Q.
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Projection Screen

Hitachi's AirSho System added a60-inch-diagonal projection screen that allows heightenedvisibility. The system comes with a 1700- to 2200-lumen single lensHitachi projector and an image-producing source such as a DVD or CDwith computer presentation data.
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FireWire Router

The VS-4×4FW, from Kramer Electronics, is a passive desktopFireWire router with four type-B inputs and four type-B outputs,front-panel control, transmission speeds up to 400 MS per second, adesktop-style metal enclosure and more.
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CobraNet PIPModule

The new IQ-PIP-USP2/CN module, working with the Com-Tech 10Series and Macro-Tech 02 Series amps from Crown, creates aCobraNet-compatible amplifier. Features include output signaldelay, auto standby, eight independent adjustable filters perchannel and onscreen error reporting.
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Audio Matrix

Sound Control Technologies has a Series II ASP-8×8 AudioMatrix line; now the entire line of SCT DSP products has beenconverted to Series II platforms.
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Integrated Camera System

The ICS100 and ICS150 Series High SecurityCamclosure Domes from Pelco come inpolyester powder-coated aluminum bodies with steel camera mountingbrackets and polycarbonate domes. They are designed for use intypical indoor/outdoor surveillance installations.
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Plasma Display TVs

Luce introduced the PDTV-422A (42-inch) and PDTV-500A (50-inch)standalone plasma televisions. Features are integrated televisiontuners, picture-in-picture, split screen, zoom, scaling and abuilt-in 15-watt-per-channel audio amplifier.
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“Zero Distortion” Technology

Earthworks' 1024, a new 4-channel preamp, has distortion under1ppm. Frequency response is from 2 Hz to 100 kHz, with an inputnoise spec equal to the 140dB capability of 24-bit digital. It has10-volt RMS nominal output.
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Rack Modules

Models 84034 and 86034 are base/slope consoles from Winsted.They have 24.5-inch-high (14U) sloping top modules designed to holdtwo sets of 9-inch monitors; and Winsted added 3.5 inches of heightto accommodate additional electronics.
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Audio Recorders

The Roland AR-3000, a one rack-space digital audiorecorder/player, has sound quality up to 24 bit/48 kHz, expandedsynchronization with video decks and lighting systems and optionalEthernet networking for remote operation. The AR-200half-rack-sized recorder uses a PC card slot, can play back up to250 different 24 bit/48 kHz audio phrases and can be synchronizedwith other AR-Series products.
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Multichannel Digital Audio Player

Mackenzie Labs' M2 Series features MPEG 1, Layer 2 audio forscalable fidelity from voice to CD quality, balanced audio output,removable PCMCIA Flash memory, contact closure, RS-232 control andmore. It comes in various configurations.
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Two-Way Speaker

The SoundFrame Solo by Driver Design is an ultra-thin two-wayspeaker with 50 watts maximum program power, a range of 160 Hz to18 kHz ±3 dB, 88dB sensitivity. Impedance is 8 ohms, with70-volt and 25-volt versions available.
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Multiroom Entertainment

Terk's Leapfrog WaveMaster 20 can transmit picture and soundthrough the air from one television to another. With the LeapfrogWaveMaster, one DVD player can be used to send movies to everytelevision in a home.
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Digital Audio Recorder

The CDR-HD1000 is a new 20GB-capacity digital audio recorderfrom Yamaha. It has linear PCM recording, 24-bit performance A/Dand D/A converters, automatic sampling rate conversion of 96 kHz,48 kHz, 44.1 kHz and 32 kHz signals. It is SCMS compliant and iscompatible with display and write-in CD text.
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Power Amplifiers

Based on the Precision Series, the Electro-Voice Px Series ofpower amps features level control, input/signal present LED,voice-coil protection, and mode switch with status LED and Mid-EQfor customer selection between flat or dip.
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BNC Connectors

Thomas and Betts introduced two newSnap-N-Seal® BNC precision plugconnectors. The BNC portion of the connectors are designed tonominal mil-spec C-39012 with 75-ohm characteristic impedance. Thedesign allows for 360° compression with RF shieldingperformance of -65 dB and a frequency return loss of -30 dB to 1GHz.
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Adjustable Projector

Da-Lite Screen Company's APT2-42 for managing LCD and DLP dataprojectors has an 18×24-inch adjustable projector shelf for3° side-to-side tilt, 14° tilt and 6 inches of heightadjustment.
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Cinema Surround

The Martin Audio Effect 3R is a passive, two-way cinema surroundsystem for medium-sized cinemas, screening rooms and under-balconyapplications. It has an 8-inch bass driver and a 1-inch HF devicemounted on a 90×90° circular waveguide.
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Digital Controller with SMAART Pro

Renkus-Heinz's D26A digital controller was upgraded to 24-bit96kHz converters. Using the D26A with SMAART Pro, the user cancontrol system specific processing and can set delay and EQparameters while viewing the results in the SMAART dual-FFT EQwindow.
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Networked Digital Audio System

The latest version of HitPlayer was introduced by Digigram.HitPlayer-L uses two standalone audio players with IP networkservices for automated and interactive audio applications. It comeswith an internal hard disk, industry-standard digital audio fileformats, plus multiple high-quality audio channels that can bemanaged from one point of control.
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