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What's New:
Audio Technology
 
By Charissa Young
Zaxcom's Deva Mix-12 is a fully digital 12-fader control surface that directly manages the audio mixer embedded within the Zaxcom Deva IV and V location recorders. ...

Analog Way Octo-Vue FX 
By Jeff Sauer
Last issue, I reviewed a new Roland Edirol video switcher/mixer...

What's New:
AV Technology
 
By Charissa Young
Digital Foci's 5.3"×3.1"×1.1" Picture Porter Elite features a 3.6in. LCD screen for easy viewing and a built-in hard drive, microphone, and memory ...

Technology Showcase:
Networkable Projectors
 
By Jay Ankeney
If your kids leave the 12in. Trinitron in their playroom on overnight...

Magenta Launches "Twin-display" Cat-5 Receivers for Dynamic Signage Applications 

Magenta Research announces the addition of two new Cat-5 receivers to its flagship MultiView Series product line. The K-500 TD (twin-display) and K-500 TDC (twin-display, chainable)...

What's New:
Audio Technology
 
By Charissa Young
Sennheiser's new sport line, Athlete, features six new portable headphones that all include lightweight drivers with a miniaturized neodymium magnet structure for efficient, high-impact sound reproduction...

AV Receiver Sets Up with Handclaps  

JVC's RX-D702B incorporates JVC’s proprietary SmartSurround setup, which uses the speakers as microphones to help users set up the surround parameters of the system with handclaps. ...

StrandVision Digital Signage System 
By Jeff Sauer
Digital signage has clearly become one of the hottest topics in the AV industry, and rightly so. There are major growth opportunities in selling the displays and hardware, but also in leveraging an AV contractor's expertise building out infrastructures to move and present media...

Year for New AV Gear  
Staff Report
The world's largest AV tradeshow got even bigger in June with the 2006 edition of InfoComm in Orlando, Fla. According to InfoComm International, attendance figures for this year's InfoComm exhibition hit...

InfoComm Pick Hits 2006 
Staff Report
During InfoComm 2006, Sound & Video Contractor's judges patrolled the show floor at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., looking for new products deserving of Pick Hit awards. What makes a product Pick Hit-worthy? Well, first, it has to be new, and real. That means the product hasn't been shown at any previous InfoComm shows; it's shown on the show floor at InfoComm 2006 as a real product (not as a technology demo); and it's set to ship in 2006. But more importantly, the product must be technologically...

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