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Legal Issues In AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

Ever have the feeling you're being watched? In today's technology age, you probably are....

Making AV Accessible 

Tim Cape, CTS-D

The idea behind the ADA is that people with disabilities should be given access to the same experience as an able-bodied user of a facility, including those that make use of AV systems....

Managing AV Gear On The Network 

Christopher Maione, CTS-D

The past decade has seen challenges arise for AV consultants and integrators as AV systems have proliferated across campuses, cities, and even continents. The difficult task of monitoring, controlling, and keeping track of all this gear has become somewhat easier as a result of its migration to the network....

Pulling Through 

Daniel Frankel

Pro AV's research indicates that pulling cable and making connections and terminations probably account for the majority of billable hours on most system installation projects....

AV-Enhanced Teaching Guides Facility Project 

Tom Zind

A new facility on the Boulder campus of the University of Colorado beckons students to explore the synergy among technology, society, media and the arts....

One Install, Two Events 

Tim Kridel

For Peter Wille, St. Louis' Scottrade Center is familiar ground when it comes to producing events....

CNN 360? 

Linda Seid Frembes

At the CNN Communications Center in New York's Time Warner Center, set designers work closely with the AV systems integrator to build a multipurpose broadcast studio....

Telecom Giant Shines In New Facility 

John McKeon

When Lucent Technologies merged with the French telecom leader Alcatel last November, the leaders of the new company wanted it to be cutting edge in every way....

HR Issues 

PRO AV Editors

Despite the growing importnace of IT in the pro AV world, almost one-quarter of AV staff lack any formal IT training....

Pop Quiz 

PRO AV Editors

True or false: The most common slings used in arena rigging are made from chain link....

Fascinating Facts About 3LCD 

PRO AV Editors

Liquid crystals were discovered in 1888 by botanist Friedrich Reinitzer, who wrote to German physicist Otto Lehmann for help in making sense of his discovery....

Q & A: Sending Signals 

PRO AV Editors

How far can I send a high-definition video signal with audio on fiber-optic cable?...

Balancing An iPod Output 

PRO AV Editors

It's tempting to want to use an iPod as a program source for driving powered loudspeakers for room testing....

5-Minute Interview: Michael MacDonald 

PRO AV Editors

Michael MacDonald: Executive vice president of marketing, Harman Pro Group, Northridge, Calif....

Flat-Panel Blues 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

?Doesn't anybody around here know how to play this game?? So spoke the immortal Casey Stengel after watching his sad-sack 1962 New York Mets bumble their way to yet another loss during what turned out to be a lackluster 40-120 season....

Sound System Design Essentials ? Part 3 

Pat Brown

Most audio pros know that loudspeaker data can be used to predict important aspects of a sound system's performance at the drawing board stage of a project. But it's also possible to extend the concept to array design....

E-Paper Catches Fire 

Tim Kridel

Electronic paper is designed to be highly flexible, and e-paper manufacturers are turning out to be equally flexible when it comes to improving their products....

Atlas Stadium Series Subwoofer 

Jim Hogan

Price: $1,820 MSRP...

Panel-Mount Adapter: BTX Technologies CD-HDMIFFP Panel-Mount Adapter 

PRO AV Editors

The CD-HDMIFFP female-to-female HDMI panel-mount adapter from BTX Technologies provides an interface between any compatible digital audio/video source, such as a set-top box, a PC, or an AV receiver, and a compatible digital audio or video monitor. The standalone CD-HDMIFFP is designed to mount in a standard DB9/HD15 punch, providing the flexibility of mounting an HDMI adapter in any off-the-shelf or custom plate or panel without the need for special tooling....

Audio Node: MediaMatrix NION nX Digital Audio Processing Node 

PRO AV Editors

MediaMatrix, a division of Peavey, recently introduced the NION nX programmable digital audio processing node for professional and commercial audio and communications applications. The internal processing core of the NION nX is based on three floating-point Analog Devices SHARC DSPs that drive the processing functionality...

Video Cable: Gepco International RGB250S Video Cables 

PRO AV Editors

Gepco International recently introduced the RGB250S series of miniature HDTV component video cables for use in a variety of video applications such as digital signage, multimedia, monitors, projectors, and televisions. Featuring subminiature, 25-gauge, solid coaxial elements, the cables have a 3GHz bandwidth....

Power Conditioner: Furman Sound Elite i-Series Power Conditioner 

PRO AV Editors

The Elite i-Series of power conditioners from Furman Sound features a new design of black steel with clear blue LED lights....

DLP Projector: Toshiba's Digital Products Division TDP-TW355U DLP Projector 

PRO AV Editors

Toshiba's Digital Products Division, a division of Toshiba America Information Systems, recently unveiled the TDP-TW355U, a DLP projector that offers 3,500 ANSI lumens, remote network management capabilities, integrated wireless functionality, and security features. The 12-pound unit features a native 1024 x 768 XGA resolution and a contrast ratio of 2000:1. It also includes integrated IEEE 802.11g wireless functionality....

DSP Control System: Architectural Acoustics Prolinx DX DSP Control System 

PRO AV Editors

The Prolinx DX programmable DSP audio processing, routing, and control system from Architectural Acoustics, a division of Peavey, can operate as a self-contained system at 12x12 I/O. Built on 32-bit parallel SHARC processors, the Prolinx DX has a total of 1,320 MIPS allocated to input and output processing, and an additional 400 MIPS of processing reserved for signal generation, frequency analysis, and general communications....

Surge Suppressor: Lowell Manufacturing Co. 30A Surge Suppressors 

PRO AV Editors

The ACSP30 Series of 30A surge suppressors from Lowell Manufacturing Co. is offered in single- and multicircuit assemblies for rack, wall, or loadcenter applications. Both styles have a 10-year warranty and protect 30A circuits by defeating line-to-neutral surges up to 72,000 amps....

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