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Large-Venue Projector: Digital Projection International LIGHTNING 40HD-T 

PRO AV Editors

Digital Projection International's LIGHTNING 40HD-T large-venue projector features 21,000 ANSI lumens of brightness. The L40HD-T has a 1,600:1 contrast ratio, up to 2K resolution, and total chassis power consumption of less than 4.5 kW....

Electric Projection Screen: Elite Screens VMAX 

PRO AV Editors

The VMAX electric projection screen from Elite Screens includes a black border on all sides of the screen and an extended 16-inch black border on the top of the screen for use with high-ceiling and adjustable drop/rise positioning applications....

Video Switch: Belkin PureAV HDMI Interface 

PRO AV Editors

Belkin's PureAV HDMI Interface 3-to-1 Video Switch connects to and switches as many as three digital video sources, including cable set-top boxes, DVD players, and other devices....

Digital Signal Processor: Biamp NEXIA TC 

PRO AV Editors

The NEXIA TC digital signal processor from Biamp features eight wideband AEC mic/line inputs, two standard mic/line inputs, four mic/line outputs, and a telephone interface. The internal system design is customizable and can be controlled via software screens, RS232 control systems, and remote control....

Digital Mixing Console: Midas XL8 

PRO AV Editors

The Midas XL8 live performance digital mixing console. The XL8 can accommodate up to 96 input insert sends, 96 input insert returns, 96 input compressor external side chain connections, 96 input noise gate external side chain connections, 96 input direct outputs, 51 mix buss insert sends, 51 mix buss insert returns, 51 mix buss direct inputs, and 1 talk mic input....

Plasma Displays: Hitachi America Ultravision HDTV 

PRO AV Editors

Hitachi America's UltraVision 42-inch 42HDS69 and 55-inch 55HDS69 HDTV plasma displays feature three HDMI and three component inputs, and incorporate the company's PictureMaster HD III video processing technology....

Digital Signage Software: 3M Digital Signage Network Edition version 3.0 

PRO AV Editors

The 3M Digital Signage Software ? Network Edition version 3.0 from 3M Digital Signage enables users to distribute and play back media files, schedule playlists, and monitor a network of digital signs from any Internet-connected computer....

RGB Peaking Amplifier: Extron Electronics PA 300 

PRO AV Editors

Extron Electronics' PA 300 RGB Peaking Amplifier drives high-resolution computer-video signals over long cable runs. The PA 300 can drive RGB video signals up to 600 feet via Extron MHR or similar cable, and up to 1,000 feet via Extron RG6 or similar cable....

In-Wall Loudspeaker: Sound Advance SA2C 

PRO AV Editors

The Sound Advance SA2C in-wall loudspeaker incorporates the company's Planar Diaphragm Technology. The speaker features a 70/100 V signal transformer, an 8-ohm bypass connection, a 12 dB/octave crossover circuit at 2 kHz, and primary taps for 0.5 W and 1 W, 2 W, 4 W, 8 W, 16 W, and 32 W output....

3LCD Projector: Epson PowerLite 3100i 

PRO AV Editors

Epson's PowerLite 3100i projector is designed for presentation environments in universities and business conference facilities. The PowerLite 3100i features 3LCD technology, 1.6X optical zoom, + 30-degree keystone adjustment, a 5W speaker, and up to 3,500 ANSI lumens of brightness in XGA (1024x768) native resolution....

Immersive Videoconferencing Environment: Pollycom RPX RealPresence Experience 

PRO AV Editors

Polycom's RPX RealPresence Experience customizable, immersive videoconferencing environment includes audio, video, lighting, and furniture components....

Coax Cable: Rapco International and Horizon Music Inc. Easy Pull RGB 

PRO AV Editors

Rapco International and Horizon Music Inc.'s Easy Pull RGB Coax Cable connects PCs to monitors, projectors, and plasma screens. Targeted for use in SVGA (800x600) video installations, the cable features male and female DIN connectors covered with heat shrink tubing and a plenum jacket....

Consultant Role Becomes Clearer 

Tim Cape, CTS-D

Recent data helps confirm how much consultants specify in the AV marketplace. The impact is clear, but the details are still a bit fuzzy....

A Sound Plan 

Ronald Lang

Developing and consistently following new business strategies can translate into additional revenue....

Here Come HD Optical Discs 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

THE DVD may be the most successful electronic gadget of all time. DVD players are everywhere, and they're cheap, too. Every new computer sold today has at least one DVD-ROM drive in it....

The Price of 3 DB 

Pat Brown

A 3 DB LEVEL INCREASE is a modest one. Subjectively, one might describe it as being a ?tweak? to the loudness of a system. Most infrared remote controls for home entertainment systems are about 1.5 dB per step, and most people who go to the trouble to pick one up and point it will change the level by at least two steps. Quit reading and go try it now.......

Blue Streak 

Tim Kridel

In most pro AV installations, the short-range wireless technology known as Bluetooth is relegated to mundane, low-bandwidth tasks such as enabling whiteboards. But a new version of the technology could make it practical for a wider variety of applications, including HD video....

Peer Review-Hitachi T-17SXL 

Trish Drevelus

Peer Reviewer: Trish Drevelus, technology teacher and curriculum coordinator for technology integration and career planning, Union County Vocational Schools, Union County Magnet High School, Scotch Plains, NJ. Union County Magnet High School is a magnet school on the county vo-tech campus, specializing in engineering and architecture with a strong emphasis in mathematics and science....

Axiom Audio Ep500 

Tom Corcoran

I like the fact that the EP500 system offers phase control of 0 or 180 degrees. It even has five crossover points of 40 Hz, 60 Hz, 80 Hz, 100 Hz, or bypass, if you're using the electronic crossover in your processor. It's nice that the EP500's trim knob provides the ability to overcome room loading or boundary effect. The subwoofer is also available in multiple finishes and grille colors....

New Products: July 2006 

PRO AV Editors

Extron fiber optic extender, Lectrosonic power amplifier/DSP processor, Media Vision digital conferencing/voting system, and more!...

InfoComm 2006 Hot Products 

PRO AV Editors

If there was a new product trend at InfoComm 2006 in Orlando, FL, it might best be described as ?nearly new, improved, and simplified.? Overall, the mood of the show was noticeably upbeat, and most exhibitors were enthusiastic about the state of the pro AV industry. Business is good, and the interest from end-users has never been higher....

Long-Distance AV Signal Transmission 

Tim Kridel

How far can a signal go? Not surprisingly, the answer depends on many factors, including the technology that's carrying it. But for runs of more than 300 feet, there are even more issues to consider, including the cost of cabling and labor, bandwidth, and ease of installation....

IT Infiltration 

Daniel Frankel

As convergence continues, will AV and IT coexist?...

University Installs Custom AV 

Wendy Ellis

The University of Notre Dame equips nearly 80 classrooms with custom lecterns that house AV technology with a diminutive footprint....

Wide Area Conferencing 

Daniel Frankel

THE POPULAR colloquialism, ?They do things big in Texas,? certainly must have a lot to do with physical geography. The University of Texas' Health Science Center (HSC), based in San Antonio, illustrates that dynamic in the way it virtually links medical, dental, and nursing teaching facilities that are spread out all over the Panhandle, in places like Laredo and down into the Rio Grande Valley as far south as Edinburg. The HSC has built a vast Polycom-based videoconferencing network, connecting more than 60 disparate rooms ? AV-equipped classrooms, lecture halls, labs, and auditoriums, spread out all over South Texas. And it controls it all over a single wide-area network (WAN) from a head-end location on the main campus in San Antonio....

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