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Buyers Guide to Fiber Optic Transmission Devices 

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Extenders, transmitters, receivers, and routers for delivering AV signals over fiber....

Working with IT Managers 

Kris Vollrath, CTS

Returning from the biggest InfoComm ever and with a couple sessions I presented being fresh on my mind, this month I'd like to discuss IT connectivity for your AV solutions....

Make Way for Digital 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

Finally, it is over. As I write this, the never-ending spring trade show season has ended, officially capped off by InfoComm 2008 in broiling-hot Las Vegas. This year's show, which was combined with the NSCA Expo for the first time, saw almost a 10 percent increase in attendance and took up the North and Central Halls of the Las Vegas Convention Center....

August 2008: Accessories 

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August 2008: Signal Management 

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August 2008: Video 

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August 2008: Audio 

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Mobile Displays That Are Larger Than Life 

Kimberly R. Griffin

Fireworks weren't the only thing people were pointing at during the Fair St. Louis 4th of July festival. Also capturing their attention: a 19- by 33-foot mobile video screen that Texas-based broadcaster Go-Vision rolled in for the city's annual event....

D-Tools: A Cure for Paper Pushing 

Kimberly R. Griffin

Paperwork may be an integrator's least favorite chore?drawing up estimates, writing proposals, dealing with general project management. Add in project design, and these admin tasks can be time consuming, costly, and require multiple computer programs....

Hands On: Lectrosonics DM1612 Audio Mixer 

John Holland

System designer John Holland reviews Lectrosonics' DM1612 Digital Automatic Matrix Audio Mixer....

Decidedly Unsexy: Some Products Fly Under the Radar 

Kimberly R. Griffin

The show floor at InfoComm 2008 shared something with its host city of Las Vegas?it got peoples' attention....

How to Make HD Pay 

Pat Thompson

Whether building a digital signage network or broadcasting content in a house of worship, these days, pro AV users have a similar request of their integrators: Help me do it in high definition. The reason? It's what they've come to know....

OLED: An Insider's Reality Check 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

OLEDs are like the old saw: They're always a bridesmaid, never a bride. Of all the display technologies developed during the latter part of the 20th century, none have captured the public's imagination like OLEDs....

Your Next Phone in HD 

Tim Kridel

If you've ever been on a conference call and found yourself torn over whether to interrupt the disembodied speaker and ask him to repeat himself because you weren't quite sure what he said about your latest project, you're not alone....

Not Your Average Deli 

Michael Desmond

When the Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe marked the opening of the Tribal Longhouse Market and Deli on a cloudy Pacific Northwestern day in early May 2008, it represented an important step forward for the Washington tribe's casino and resort operation....

At the Smithsonian, They Let the Music Play 

Linda Seid Frembes

The McEvoy Auditorium originally opened in July 2006 as part of the massive renovation project. Led by Hartman Cox Architects of Washington, D.C., the renovation added architectural features like curving staircases and vaulted galleries, as well as four new public-use facilities: the McEvoy Auditorium, the Lunder Conservation Center, the Luce Foundation Center for American Art, and the Kogod Courtyard....

Considerations In Museum AV 

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Designing AV systems for museums means various things, from installation in auditoriums to AV in exhibits. The latter can prove challenging, particularly if the exhibits themselves require audiovisual elements....

Dollars in Digital Signage 

PRO AV Editors

It's a question on a lot of AV Pros' minds: ?What's in the digital signage market for me??...

Q&A with Herman Cardenas, NetStreams 

PRO AV Editors

Cardenas is chairman and founder of NetStreams, makers of IP-based AV networks. A former builder, Cardenas has had the company focused on the home market, but at InfoComm 2008, it pushed into commercial....

The Philly Experience 

Brad Grimes

Except for the fact that it's digital, spans a lobby wall, and people look at it, the new Comcast Experience in Philadelphia's Comcast Center office building is a videowall that doesn't resemble any signage application you've ever seen. It's a 83.3-foot-wide by 25.4-foot-high LED wall built from 6,771 modules delivering 10 million pixels in a seamless flat array. Check it out....

The Quest for Sound Quality 

Tim Kridel

Look on the case of a CD bought in the late 1980s or early 1990s and there's a good chance it will include a three-letter combination, such as ADD, indicating how the album was recorded, mixed, and mastered in analog or digital at each stage....

Linear Acoustic Chooses New Master Distributor 

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Linear Acoustic appointed Dale Pro Audio as its new master distributor for the company's range of products for managing multichannel surround-sound audio and loudness issues in digital broadcasting....

NSCA Seeks Partners in Education 

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NSCA is requesting manufacturers to donate classroom space for NSCA regional training via its Partners in Education program....

Gefen Extends 1080p Up to 300 Meters 

PRO AV Editors

Gefen announced the availability of three new integration products for AV systems that use the component video format....

Sanyo Appoints New Pro AV Exec 

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Sanyo has hired Mike Weems as its new business development manager for the pro AV channel....

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