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Vaddio is now shipping the new UXHD CrossPoint, a dual-input, dual-output video format converter and scaler for HD-SDI and analog video signals...

Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems M7CL-48ES  

Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems has announced a new addition to the M7CL digital console product line. The M7CL-48ES (available in spring 2010), whose main I/O interface is the SB168-ES remote stage box...

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Axonix founder Douglas Kihm has launched the media-storage system Mozaex with the goal of redefining personal multiroom, multimedia Blu-ray entertainment...

Barco PlusPak 

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Gefen 8x8 CrossPoint Matrix for HDMI v1.3 

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Crestron TPS-6 

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JoeCo BBR1 Blackbox Recorder Review 
By John McJunkin
JoeCo’s BBR1 Blackbox Recorder was developed specifically to capture live performances. Typically, those performances would be musical, but the device could be used for other applications, such as creating a multitrack recording of a board meeting or phone conference...

Power Amplifiers 
By Bennett Liles
Traditionally, one of the most vulnerable points in any sound system has been the power amplifier. Operating at high temperatures for long periods, the power amp has always been a target for shorts and overloads, but the technology advances in the past few years have met the challenge and created a new breed of power amps offering a greater degree of local and remote control...

Acoustics/Room Tuning  
By Bob McCarthy
You can tune a guitar or a radio, but you can’t tune a room. The knob is just too darn big! Nonetheless, the term “tuning the room” has been adopted to describe the tools and techniques used to neutralize a listening space and its installed loudspeaker system...

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