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C-nario to Debut Signage 'Cube' 

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C-nario plans to take the wraps off its new C-nario Cube at InfoComm 08....

NSCA to Give Away a Toyota Prius 

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NSCA announced that members who visit the NSCA Zone during this week's InfoComm show can register to win a new Toyota Prius hybrid car....

Adder Makes Room for European Growth 

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Adder opened a new office in Berlin to accommodate the company's growth in Central and Eastern Europe....

Auralex Promotes Acoustical Engineer 

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Auralex Acoustics announced the promotion of acoustical engineer Gavin Haverstick to the position of lead acoustical engineer....

Christie Matches Color with Projection Arrays 

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Christie announced the availability of Christie Advanced Color which achieves uniform calibration of simple to complex arrayed displays....

Planar Adds Five Business Projectors 

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Specialty display manufacturer Planar Systems announced the addition of five new business projectors to its PR line....

SRS Labs and Vizio Form Partnership 

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SRS Labs forms a long-term strategic partnership with Vizio, providing the HD manufacturer with access to the company's portfolio of audio and surround sound technology....

Samsung and Outdoor Promotions Collaborate for Vegas Signage 

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Samsung Electronics Co. is teaming up with Outdoor Promotions to deliver what they're calling the largest and most advanced digital signage displays in the world....

21st Century TV and You 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

When InfoComm 08 was ready to kick off in sizzling hot Las Vegas, the 2008 National Association of Broadcasters show was barely in columnist Pete Putman's rearview mirror. So he jotted down his thoughts....

Interactive Signage: Are You Experienced? 

Tim Kridel

The average adult is exposed to more than 600 ads each day, according to Media Dynamics, a New York-based consultancy. That's a lot of ads, making it tougher and tougher for each one to stand out....

June 2008: Accessories 

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New slideshow version of June accessories products......

June 2008: Signal Management 

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New slideshow version of June signal management products......

June 2008: Video 

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New slideshow version of June video products......

June 2008: Audio 

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New slideshow version of June audio products......

Stunning Glass Speakers 

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Residential gear isn't just for high-end homes, as many installers know. It can add punch to a restaurant lounge or comfort to a hotel suite. In the case of Waterfall Audio's Iguas?u EVO and Victoria EVO, it adds creative design and style....

Conference Call Conductor 

Kimberly R. Griffin

The shift toward voice over Internet protocol (VoIP) technology as a means of telecommunications led Clear-Com Communications Systems to develop Concert, a software-based VoIP intercom system....

Hands On: Wideband Simphonix SI-400 

Daniel Abrams

Daniel Abrams, vice president for audiovisual systems at Southland Technology in San Diego gives his impressions of the Wideband Simphonix SI-400....

Touring Line Arrays 

Brad Grimes

If you want to listen to the latest in speaker array designs, there's always this month's InfoComm trade show in Las Vegas, where 20 brands, from Electro-Voice to Martin Audio, will fill out the show's Audio Demo and Sound Rooms. Or you can wait until the line arrays come to you....

AV Takes Control 

Tim Kridel

On March 29, 2008, 370 cities participated in Earth Hour. In many cases, that meant sending employees to each room to turn off light switches. There's a better way. Why stop at just screen and sound? AV pros look for new business by automating clients' lighting and HVAC systems, too....

PRO AV ON TWITTER! 

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Learn about every new product, technology, and trend Editor Brad Grimes comes across as soon as he comes across it. Follow the tweeting...

Not Quite Easy?Yet 

Thom Mullins, CTS

button. It's encouraging to get instant feedback on how smart you are. But it doesn't always work that way....

Vetting Products at InfoComm 

Kris Vollrath, CTS

Once again our industry's biggest event, InfoComm, is here. Now that the exhibition is bigger than ever. Columnist Kris Vollrath shares a little guidance for separating the wheat from the chaff on the show floor. Even if you're not at InfoComm this month, these pointers will help you think critically about new products and technologies before you add them to your arsenal....

Marketing and Sales: The Missing Pieces 

Jeanne Stiernberg

AV systems that are technically elegant, adroitly installed, and masterfully commissioned often evoke a single word of appreciation and awe: sweet. Less magical, though no less essential, are the business underpinnings of sales and marketing....

Jack of all Acoustics 

Linda Seid Frembes

Since the invention of amplified sound, the focus on proper acoustics and the race to improve the listening experience has taken audio professionals through myriad solutions. As audio technology evolved, more complex applications emerged. Eventually architects and acousticians joined in to help achieve the goal of good sound at every seat....

Q&A with Charles Espinoza, Audio Video Systems 

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Charles Espinoza, CTS-I Espinoza is the chief training officer at Audio Video Systems in Chantilly, Va., and serves on InfoComm's CTS-I Technical Committee. With the CTS and CTS-I credentials now recognized by the American National Standards Institute, he and others have been grappling with change....

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