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Picture This:
More Pixels, More Problems
 
By Jeff Sauer
Why would anyone complain about the trend toward higher-resolution displays, or even high-definition video, in general? After all, what's not to like about higher-quality moving images shot by higher-resolution cameras and shown on higher-resolution monitors?...

Associations Focus: Educated Edge 

The number one residential electronic systems contractor show in the industry will be held in Denver Sept. 13-17 at the Colorado...

House of Tomorrow, Today 
By Michael Goldman
If you are as old as I am, you might remember the House of Tomorrow featured at Disneyland throughout the 1960s. For those who don't date back that far,...

HDTV Fountain of Youth 
By Josh Allen
With all the hype surrounding high-definition displays, 1080p, and the all-digital future of television...

Management Perspectives: Using Co-op To Fund A Customer Show 
By Don Kreski
“Our goal is to get the top level people at this event, those who make the decision on the purchase of AV systems,” says Dennis Krebs, marketing manager of Advanced AV...

Associations Focus: Busy Season 

NSCA provides members of the electronic systems industry with the research and training tools they need to grow their businesses...

Feedback and Suppressors 
By Dana Troxel
Acoustic feedback (also known as the Larsen Effect) has been roaming around sound reinforcement systems for a very long time, and everyone seems to have their own way to tame the feedback lion. Digital signal processing...

POV: Formula for Excellence 
By Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D.
Martin Van Buren, eighth president of the United States, said, It is easier to do a job right than explain why you didn't. That adage certainly applies...

Signs All Around 
By Michael Goldman
At InfoComm, I noticed quantum leaps all over the technology landscape, particularly in two robust markets: houses of worship and digital signage. On...

Landing on Fertile Ground 
By Michael Goldman, Editor
It's a great pleasure to take over as editor of Sound & Video Contractor (SVC). From this perch, he second edition of the annual Buyers' Guide. Now a separately published piece, back then the guide was incorporated into the issue. Tape duplication took pole position as the cover feature. An article by the Sound & Video Contractor staff about the trend toward affordable duplication systems, “Tape duplication in action,” offered a look at a cassette duplication system installed at Capital Christian Center...

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