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Church Installs Versatile AV 

Paul Kramer

A church in Jacksonville, FL, adds multipurpose AV to accommodate the different acoustical demands of various events....

Pop Quiz: September 2006 

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Test your knowledge of liquid crystals....

Q & A: Sending AV Signals 

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We'd like to transmit audio and video from our church services from the main sanctuary to rooms around our campus. However, although not every room has coaxial cable, every room does have a network connection. What's the best way to send the AV signals over a pre-existing network?...

5-Minute Interview: Lyle Bunn 

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Lyle Bunn, strategy architect, Alchemy International, a Toronto, Canada-based digital display solutions provider....

DIY AV 

Mark Mayfield

Does ?do-it-yourself? have a place in the world of pro AV? On more than one occasion I've recently spoken to someone I assume is an integrator, and in discussing the specifics of a project, realize I'm actually speaking to the end-customer....

Hanging a Projection Screen 

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While specifics will depend on the screen type, brand, and model, here?s what you need to know to safely and securely any front projection screen....

Guide to Doing Business in Higher Education AV 

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PRO AV's essential industry guide, with crucial tips for positioning your company to leverage: market trends, AV spending patterns, and economic factors that affect the market....

Universal projector mounts: Chief Manufacturing RPA Elite mounts 

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The RPA Elite universal projector mounts from Chief Manufacturing incorporate the company's MicroZone adjustment technology, which enables users to adjust roll, pitch, and yaw with a No. 2 screwdriver....

Motorized flat-panel display mount: Peerless Industries MM860 

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The MM860 motorized flat-panel display wall mount from Peerless Industries enables users to remotely adjust tilt, pivot, and extend displays in commercial applications such as lobbies, conference rooms, bars, and lecture halls....

Audio cables: Belden HomeChoice Speaker cables 

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Designed to transmit audio signals in indoor, outdoor, and buried applications, the HomeChoice Speaker cables from Belden use oxygen-free, copper conductors and a polyolefin dielectric....

Digital media player: Adtec Digital edje 4111 HD 

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Designed for digital video and IP streaming for kiosk, trade show, retail, museum, digital signage, and private IP network applications, the edje 4111 HD digital media player from Adtec Digital supports MPEG-4, H.264, MPEG-2, and VC-1 formats....

Video signal switcher: For-A Corp. of America HVS-500HS 

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Targeted for use in live staging and production applications, the HVS-500HS video signal switcher from For-A Corp. of America accepts HD, SD, HDV, and DV signal formats....

Ceiling tile loudspeaker: Sound Advance ST2432D SpeakerTile 24x24-inch ceiling tile loudspeaker 

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The Sound Advance ST2432D SpeakerTile 24x24-inch ceiling tile loudspeaker is designed for installation into any 2-foot square, 9/16- or 15/16-inch T-bar ceiling systems....

KVM switch: Hall Research's Model MC4-H2 Dual-Head 

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Hall Research's Model MC4-H2 Dual-Head KVM Switch enables two monitors, a keyboard, and a mouse to control up to four PCs or servers....

Handheld condenser microphone: Audix VX-5 

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The VX-5 handheld vocal condenser microphone from Audix is targeted for use in live sound and broadcast applications....

Architectural loudspeakers: Klipsch Contractor Series 

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The Contractor Series of architectural loudspeakers from Klipsch are targeted at custom installation applications....

Condenser microphone: Soundelux U99S switchable 

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The U99S switchable condenser microphone from Soundelux features Normal and Brite sound options....

Video server: 360 Systems ImageServer MAXX 

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The ImageServer MAXX from 360 Systems offers standard NLEs and network-attached storage, embedded audio, and the company's Remote Workstation Interface software....

DLP projector: Toshiba's TDP-TW350U DLP 

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Designed for auditoriums, lecture halls, and large conference rooms, Toshiba's TDP-TW350U DLP projector features 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness, a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, and XGA (1024x768) resolution....

AV design software: Altinex AVSnap v2.8.1 AV system design and integration software 

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Altinex has introduced its AVSnap v2.8.1 AV system design and integration software....

Audio amplifiers: Lab.gruppen C Series installation amplifiers 

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Lab.gruppen has introduced two eight-channel and two four-channel C Series installation amplifiers, which are targeted for use in houses of worship, performing arts centers, theme parks, and auditoriums....

Stationary IR system: Listen Technologies LS-80-SIR 

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The Listen Technologies LS-80-SIR stationary IR system is designed to transmit one audio signal to up to four listeners at up to 10,000 square feet....

AV transmitter/receiver: MultiDyne TP-RGB-1000 AV transmitter/receiver 

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The TP-RGB-1000 AV transmitter/receiver from MultiDyne transmits RGB/UXGA and stereo audio more than 1,000 feet over UTP Cat5, Cat5e, and Cat6 cables....

Control system software: Biamp's daVinci control system software version 1.2 

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Biamp's daVinci control system software version 1.2 supports graphic-based control interface design for PCs and third-party remote controllers....

Distribution amplifier: Kramer Electronics' VM-100CA 

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Designed for home theater and retail applications, Kramer Electronics' VM-100CA distribution amplifier enables users to send one set of input signals to up to 10 destinations....

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