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What's New: A/V Technology

Furniture ClearOne Communicationswww.clearone.com The Titan monitor cart offers the strength and durability of heavy-duty steel construction and the versatility 4/01/2004 7:00 AM Eastern

What's New: A/V Technology

Apr 1, 2004 12:00 PM




Furniture

ClearOne Communications
www.clearone.com

The Titan monitor cart offers the strength and durability of heavy-duty steel construction and the versatility of a modular design. The DST cart is a base-level monitor cart of solid wood construction, and the Dual Top Hybrid cart has a composite design that combines the versatility of wood with the strength of steel.

Cabinet

Middle Atlantic Products
www.middleatlantic.com

The newly designed DWR wallmount cabinet features the labor-saving Tool-Free Quick-Mount System, permitting commercial A/V professionals to easily and quickly mount the center section to the back pan on the job site. The center section — designed for housing conference room, public-address system equipment, as well as an array of commercial A/V applications — simply clicks into place at the top and bottom pivoting corners where the hinge pin is inserted from outside the cabinet and tightened by hand. Additional enhancements to the DWR Series include cable management advancements, a new 24-inch usable depth, and optional granite gray powder coat. The DWR was application engineered using input from A/V installers during the company's Design Your Perfect Wall Rack campaign.

Connector

Neutrik USA
www.neutrikusa.com

The Speakon STX series is a 4-pole unit with metal housings designed for harsh environments using speakers and amplifiers. Designed for electrical performance, the unit offers a sealing gasket to help keep moisture out for weatherproof applications. Four new part numbers will include male and female cable ends, as well as male and female posidrive terminated receptacles. The STX-series connector delivers electrical performance up to 50 amps (40 amps RMS continuous current and 50 amps audio signal, with a duty cycle of 50 percent).


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