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AV Extenders: QVS Cat5e Cable Series 

Pro AV Editors

QVS introduces a new line of nonpowered audio video extenders that use Cat5e cabling....

Architectural Loudspeakers: ATON Storm Series 

Pro AV Editors

The Storm Series of ceiling, in-wall, LCR home theater, and outdoor speakers from ATON feature custom components, networks, and materials typically found in more expensive loudspeakers....

Projector Sound Enclosure: Display Devices SE Series Soffit 

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According to Display Devices, the new SE Series soffit sound enclosure relocates fan noise from projectors away from the viewing area so viewers are not distracted....

HDMI Cables: Accell UltraRun HDMI 1.3a Category 2 

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The new UltraRun HDMI 1.3a category 2 cable from Accell is claimed to be among the world's longest at up to 131 feet....

Home Theater Loudspeakers: Bowers & Wilkins CT700 Custom Theater 

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A new Custom Theater line was recently unveiled by Bowers & Wilkins....

Short-Distance Projector: Toshiba TDP-EX20U 

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Toshiba's Digital Products Division announces its latest advancement in mobile projectors, the TDP-EX20U....

Home Theater Screen: dnp Supernova Epic Screen 

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dnp introduces a new wide screen for fine dedicated home theaters....

Floor-Mount Connectivity System: Extron Electronics AVTrac 

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For situations where AV devices require connectivity but are not positioned near a wall, Extron Electronics introduces the Extron AVTrac....

High-Powered Amplifiers: Yamaha Commercial Audio TX4n, TX5n, and TX6n 

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Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems introduces three new high-powered amplifiers, the TX4n, the TX5n, and the TX6n....

Intercom Amplifier: Tech Works ICA-202 

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Tech Works introduces the ICA-202 two-channel audio amplifier, intended for use in integrated push-to-talk systems, such as those found in prisons and security applications....

Network Projectors: Hitachi America CP-X205 and CP-X305 3LCD 

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Hitachi America introduces two new models of networkable projectors: the CP-X205 and the CP-X305 3LCD....

Undermount Speaker: Leon Speakers Horizon 616 

PRO AV Editors

The Horizon 616 (Hz616) is Leon Speakers' first three-channel undermount speaker specifically designed for plus-sized flat screens and projectors....

Flat-Panel Lifts: Display Devices PL Series 

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The PL Series of flat-panel lifts from Display Devices are intended for high-end residential installations....

16-Gauge Speaker Cable: Kramer USA BC-2S 

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The BC-2S is the latest addition to Kramer USA's bulk cable collection....

Designer AV Shelving: Bell'O International FP series 

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A designer of audio/video furniture, Bell'O International, introduces a new line of flat-panel shelving called the FP series....

Keypads and Faceplates: Vantage/Legrand Axolute Collection 

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Vantage/Legrand introduces the Axolute collection of keypads and Italian-designed faceplates for whole-home control solutions....

Power Management Products: Panamax/Furman M Series 

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Panamax/Furman has just released four new MAX power management products intended to improve the audio and video quality of home theater components....

E-Mail Newsletter Archive 

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We have compiled links to past issues of the PROAV Business Update E-Mail Newsletter....

The Long Road To Digital Loudspeakers 

Tim Kridel

IS THERE anything left in consumer or pro AV that hasn't had the adjective ?digital? slapped in front of its name? Loudspeakers are one exception, but it's not for lack of trying. After more than 30 years of R&D work, there's still no industry-standard definition for ?digital loudspeaker,? let alone a variety of commercial products....

One-Stop Suppliers 

Tom Zind

Like most CEOs of AV systems integration firms, John Miceli is always scanning the horizon for new products that can help him design and deliver better client project solutions. But if you're a product manufacturer trying to catch his eye with a new offering ? especially one that's venturing beyond your established expertise ? don't expect to get very far with him on your good name alone. ?Just because a manufacturer makes a great product or two doesn't mean we're going to love everything they do,? says Miceli, who runs Orlando, FL-based Technomedia Solutions. ?I commend companies that have tried to move beyond their niche, but product expansions have to be executed correctly, and products have to be well thought out ? not just conceived in a race to compete. Three-quarters of their vision can't be on competitors and one-quarter on themselves.? Miceli's mindset is one that a growing number of AV gear manufacturers might do well to contemplate. As more manufacturers ? from companies like Harman Pro to Loud T...

AV Calculators & Resources 

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Sound, design and lens calculators designed to simplify those complex equations...

Cheat Sheets 

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Quick-reference guides to a variety of AV problems and situations?from sending rich media over IP to hanging a projection screen. Check back monthly for the latest how-to solutions. [PDF documents]...

Rod Falconer Joins Community 

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Community Professional has appointed pro-audio veteran Rod Falconer to the position of Regional Sales Manager for the Western U.S. Region and Canada....

HD Conversion 

Mark Mayfield

I've finally become an HD convert. I'm not sure what took me so long; I love having HD in my living room. But the pro AV connection only recently became clear for me after standing in the showroom of a video electronics distributor, surrounded by dozens of large flat-panel displays showing HD content....

Premier Mounts Designs Flat-Panel Mount for the Hospitality Industry 

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