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As we were going to press, Hurricane Sandy hit our Lower Manhattan offices, taking out our power, phones, and email for one week, and affecting some of our colleagues in their homes and neighborhoods. ...

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By Patrick Barron
There is not a single college degree that can completely prepare an AV systems programmer for all of the situations they will encounter in the course of working with a typical system. ...

Spoken Word at College Church 
By Bob McCarthy
When was the last time you went to an organ concert in a room that had optimal acoustics for the organ? ...

The Doctor Is In 
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DPA d:fine Headset Microphone Review 
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The d:fine (“define”) microphone is the latest headset from DPA, adding to its line that already includes the 4066 and 4088 headsets. ...

Test Marketing with AV  
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Time Warner’s seven-month-old Medialab is one of the most sophisticated test marketing facilities ever built, employing innovative research tools to evaluate testers reactions and integrating a sophisticated audio visual system to observe, record, and analyze those reactions....

Digital Signposts: The Stakeholder-Centric Approach 
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One of the biggest trends in corporate communications identified by the Communications Executive Board is a shift toward a stakeholder-centric communications approach instead of a company-centric approach....

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Rock Concerts, Hearing Loss, Tinnitus  
By Jeff Carroll, Ph.D.
The louder the music, the more fans rave. That ringing in your ears after a concert usually goes away within hours or days. But what if it persists?...

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