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Get the Job, Part 2 
By Don Kreski
Last month, we looked at the science of responding to requests for proposal (RFPs): the processes you must go through to ensure that your proposals realistically describe what you plan to do, set a profitable price on your work, and protect you from unexpected demands and issues...

Audio-over-IP for an Entertainment Venue, Part 2 
By Bennett Liles
DataNab's Adam VanOort talks about the Barix audio network system installed at Nickelodeon Universe...

Audio-over-IP for an Entertainment Venue, Part 1 
By Bennett Liles
DataNab installed a whole new Barix audio entertainment network for Nickelodeon Universe...

Extron and Electrosonic Do Business 
By Cynthia Wisehart
I’ve been watching the blogs discuss Extron’s purchase of Electrosonic’s product division. Gary Kayye was one of the first to chime in, noting that Extron president Andrew Edwards specifically emphasized Electrosonic’s IP-based technology. ...

Inside the Target Field Install 
By Dan Daley
When the Minnesota Twins got a home of their own it was full of overlapping modern systems and the integration challenges that go with them. Plus weather....

An Audio Retrofit at St. David's Episcopal Church, Philadelphia 

Located in an affluent "main line" suburb of Philadelphia, St. David's Episcopal Church, which celebrates its 300th Anniversary in 2015, was first settled at end of 17th century by Welsh colonists in Radnor, Penn...

How Do You SPL Relief?  
By George Petersen
Anyone who works with sound-reinforcement systems spends a lot of time dealing with a lot of unsolved mysteries. The most common of these is the issue of how loud is loud enough. Unfortunately, there’s no easy answer to this question...

Upgrading the Sound-reinforcement System at St. Pius X Catholic Church, Rochester, Minn. 

Like so many houses of worship, St. Pius X Catholic Church in Rochester, Minn., followed a haphazard path from the era predating sound reinforcement to today...

A Massive Line-array System at the Paradise Theater, New York 

For many types of entertainment, the Paradise Theater is one of greater New York's leading destinations. With its Greco-Roman statuary and marble columns that line gilded walls crowded with murals of winged cherubs...

CEDIA’s Inventory Exchange Program is as Easy as 1, 2, 3 

CEDIA’s Inventory Exchange Program (IEP) provides CEDIA ESC members with a forum to buy or sell excess inventory from other ESC members...

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