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SRS Labs Appoints Vice President of Marketing 

PRO AV Editors

SRS Labs, a provider of surround sound, audio enhancement, and voice processing technologies, appointed Allen Gharapetian as vice president of marketing....

NEC Display Solutions of America Names President and COO 

PRO AV Editors

NEC Display Solutions of America announced the promotion of Pierre Richer to company president and chief operating officer....

CSI Fiber-Ed Seminars Return 

PRO AV Editors

Communications Specialties (CSI), a manufacturer of fiber optic systems for the AV market, announced the return of its Fiber-Ed seminars, which are designed to help industry professionals better understand current fiber optic technology....

Avocent Serial Products Carry VGA Over Cat-5 

PRO AV Editors

Avocent last week announced the addition of VGA over Cat-5 extenders to its Emerge EMS series of products....

LG's Version of a Triple Play 

PRO AV Editors

47-inch class LCD panel....

Neutrik Donates to InfoComm 

PRO AV Editors

Neutrik, a designer and manufacturer of cable connectors, recently donated thousands of connectors to InfoComm International's educational services....

NEC Projector Brightens Boardrooms 

PRO AV Editors

NEC Display Solutions of America rolled out a new projector to support the trend toward wide-screen notebook PCs used in more enterprises today....

AV as Utility? Not Very Likely 

Thom Mullins, CTS

Over the past few weeks I've been tracking a little dust-up between Nicholas Carr and the readers of Network World magazine....

Value Engineering: Don't Cut Corners 

Kris Vollrath, CTS

Part of my responsibility to the company where I work, and I guess to the AV industry in general through PRO AV, is to pass along what I've learned in my IT career and help close the knowledge gap between the two camps....

Get With the 16:9 Program 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

for analog television broadcasting in the United States. All-digital is upon us. Still, the pro AV industry's adoption of widescreen imaging is too slow....

Able Planet: Constructive Distortion 

Tim Kridel

Hearing loss ultimately is about hair loss: the death of the tiny hairs that line the cochlea of the inner ear. Sound waves bend the hairs and thus the cells from which they sprout, and that motion creates electrical signals that auditory nerves pass on to the brain, which interprets them as sound....

Control Pads: AMX Novara 

PRO AV Editors

Novara from AMX consists of all-in-one, configurable control pad systems that combine a user interface with device control in a single flush-mounted keypad....

Portable Digital Receiver: RF Central RFX-PMR-11 

PRO AV Editors

RF Central offers the RFX-PMR-11, a portable digital receiver that is available in both standard-definition and high-definition configurations....

Switching: AMX Solecis 

PRO AV Editors

The Solecis line extends AMX's distribution capabilities to include standard switchers, presentation switchers, and distribution amplifiers for single-rooms with one projector or display and a single computer source....

Switching: Accell UltraAV 4-2 HDMI switch 

PRO AV Editors

The UltraAV 4-2 HDMI switch from Accell includes four HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs, allowing for simple switching of multiple HDMI sources and the ability to play content on two high-definition displays simultaneously....

BTX Technologies: Solderless Control Cable Kit 

PRO AV Editors

The new solderless control cable kit from BTX Technologies is designed for projectors and cameras in female DB9 and male DB9 configurations....

HDTV: Gefen TV Switcher 

PRO AV Editors

As part of its new TV line of professional products for home end-users, Gefen's TV Switcher enables connections of up to four different HDTV sources to one display or projector....

All-in-One: Planar iS40 Digital Signage System 

PRO AV Editors

The iS40 digital signage system from Planar Systems combines a 40-inch LCD monitor with CoolSign iS software, Windows XP embedded processing, optional Wi-Fi features, and networking components....

March 2008: Video 

PRO AV Editors

TV SWITCHER | DIGITAL SIGNAGE KIOSK | WIDESCREEN MONITOR...

Display: NEC MultiSync LCD3090WQXi 

PRO AV Editors

NEC Display Solutions introduces the MultiSync LCD3090WQXi, a 30-inch widescreen display....

Mobile Audio: Dynacord D-Lite 1000 

PRO AV Editors

Dynacord, a division of Bosch Communications, introduces the D-Lite 1000, a compact, mobile audio system....

Stereo Interface: RapcoHorizon LTI-1 

PRO AV Editors

The LTIBLOX is a scaled-down, mono-audio version of the new RapcoHorizon Co. LTI-1 stereo interface....

DSP: Carvin XD88 Loudspeaker Management System 

PRO AV Editors

The XD88 from Carvin is a loudspeaker management system that offers four parametric EQs and parameters that include adjustable frequency, gain adjustment (? 12 dB cut or boost), and slope adjustment over a three-octave range....

Hands On: Avlex Hm81bc-30 Hanging Microphone 

PRO AV Editors

Brian Crabb, owner of Thunder Sound and Lighting in Marion, Ill., which specializes in design, installation, and service of audio, lighting, and media systems for commercial and house of worship applications, weighs in on the Avlex Hm81bc-30 Hanging Microphone....

A New Way to Measure Color Brightness 

Kimberly R. Griffin

According to color scientist Karl Lang of Lumita, a network of technology and marketing resources for the digital imaging industry, new technology in projectors has created a hole in the color specifications standards by altering the contents that brightness metrics were meant to measure....

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