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AV Takes Center Stage In College Rivalry 

PRO AV Editors

Knowing that All Pro Sound had a hand in upgrading Auburn's Jordan-Hare Stadium, the University of Alabama's athletic department recruited Company Director Bobby Taylor to update the AV design of its football facility. The upgrades to Bryant-Denny Stadium incorporate some of the latest developments in turning new and pre-existing sports venues into a sight and sound extravaganza....

5-Minute Interview: Kent Meredith 

PRO AV Editors

Kent Meredith, general manager of United Spirit Arena in Lubbock, TX, and director at large for arenas at the International Association of Assembly Managers (IAAM)....

Doing Business In Sports AV 

Mark Mayfield

Pro AV's essential industry guide, with crucial tips for positioning your company to leverage....

Ballpark Adds Major-League AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

John Q. Hammons, a hotelier from Springfield, MO, funded the $32 million construction of Hammons Field as a gesture to show Minor League Baseball the sincerity of his mission. The 8,056-seat ballpark was completed in April 2004 and served as home to the Southwest Missouri State University (SMS) Bears for a year while the Minor League franchise details were negotiated....

Presidential Library Showcases AV 

Roger Maycock

The William J. Clinton Presidential Center is the nation's newest presidential library. Using a wealth of AV technologies, including large-format projected imagery, interactive computer-based exhibits, and LCD video displays, the facility features an 80-seat orientation theater, full-size replicas of the Oval Office and Cabinet Room, a 110-foot timeline, and other exhibits that visually depict various milestones in the Clinton Presidency....

Pop Quiz: July 2005 

PRO AV Editors

Test your knowledge of AV connectors....

Q & A: Hanging a 42-inch Plasma Display 

PRO AV Editors

There are two ways to safely mount displays to these types of walls....

5-Minute Interview: Paul Gulick 

PRO AV Editors

Paul Gulick, founder and CEO, Clarity Visual Systems The Wilsonville, OR-based digital visual messaging solutions company announced the acquisition of French digital display manufacturer Synelec Telecom Multimedia S.A. in May....

A 10-Point Diagnostic 

Mark Mayfield

At the InfoComm Manufacturer's Forum in June, it only took two audience questions to realize that the audience wasn't receiving what the manufacturers were saying with 100 percent signal transfer. In fact, the ?impedance mismatch? was rather dramatic....

Optimizing Sightlines in Presentation Spaces 

PRO AV Editors

The most basic of AV requirements, achieving optimal visibility in presentation spaces involves juggling a number of conflicting variables. Here?s what you need to know to create an effective presentation space every time....

How Is AV Like HVAC? 

Tim Cape, CTS-D

Offering standardized AV systems suited to a variety of applications can help integrators lower costs and improve service....

Prepackaged AV Systems 

Don Kreski

Offering standardized AV systems suited to a variety of applications can help integrators lower costs and improve service....

LCD And Plasma Wars 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

Those following flat-panel display news coming out of Asia these days must have their heads spinning. Companies jump in and out of plasma manufacturing....

Birth Of A Salesman 

Tim Kridel

Mitsubishi mixes projectors and facial-recognition technology to take digital merchandising to the next level....

Peer Reviews-Panasonic PT-DW7000U 

PRO AV Editors

Panasonic's PT-DW7000U front DLP projector is the successor to the earlier, low-cost D7500 and D7600 designs....

New Products: May 2005 

PRO AV Editors

H&b High-definition plasma displays, Inter-M Americas speaker line tester, dbx Professional Products digital graphic equalizer ......

Interface Design Standards 

Greg Bronson, CTS-D

A few years back, I toured the product development area of a major office systems furniture manufacturing facility as part of a campus procurement advisement committee for Cornell University in Ithaca, NY. In the middle of this tour, I noticed something rather striking and somewhat out of place ? a full-scale mock-up of a mid-1950s Chevy dashboard......

Control Systems: Fact And Fiction 

Michael Frank

What you think you know about control systems may be wrong. Test your knowledge, and pick up some pointers....

What's Wrong With Wireless? 

Tim Kridel

Unreasonable expectations, technical hurdles, and security issues have prevented wireless projection from going mainstream. Are we any closer to a solution?...

Restaurant Adds Modern AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

New York's Museum of Modern Art adds a high-end restaurant destination equipped with premium acoustics to complement its d?cor....

Church Grows With Flexible AV 

Meg Mania

Crossroads Bible Church transforms a former office space into a worship hall capable of providing its growing congregation with a high-tech worship experience....

Immersive AV Brings WWII Exhibit To Life 

Tim Wetmore

The Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum uses immersive audio and video systems to recreate a realistic kamikaze attack for visitors....

Pop Quiz: May 2005 

PRO AV Editors

Test your knowledge of fiber optics....

Q & A: Multiple Component Video Signals 

PRO AV Editors

that can take in multiple component video signals and output them to a single video display. Are there currently any products like this on the market?...

5-Minute Interview: Geno Marcoux 

PRO AV Editors

Ingram Micro is a Santa Ana, CA-based technology distributor and technology sales, marketing, and logistics firm. The company entered the digital signage market earlier this year....

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