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Picture This: Pro AV at NAB 2006 
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Over the last decade, the annual National Association of Broadcasters exhibition has become one of the country's biggest tradeshows. Not surprisingly,...

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Images of fives, tens, and twenties adorned the cover of the June '86 issue, commemorating the 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...

Associations Focus: Honing Skills 

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For more than a decade, there has been confusion over tracking the pricing of the large range of products commonly used by low-voltage systems integrators....

Digital Video Compression Basics 
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By now most AV contractors are well acquainted with the trend toward moving command and control information over IP networks. Doing so leverages existing Cat-5 cables, removes cable-run limitations, and enables sending and receiving information from anywhere to anywhere, all with greater administrative oversight. Some AV pros are also familiar with the increasing facility ...

Landing on Fertile Ground 
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It's a great pleasure to take over as editor of Sound & Video Contractor (SVC). From this perch, I find myself in the center of the systems integration...

Security Watch:
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As much as the industry enjoys introducing new technologies to the market, it equally dislikes reinventing the wheel. The most successful products are...

The Buzz: 20 Years Ago in
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By Mark Johnson
CCTV: Security Technology and Design was the topic of the month back in May '86. Barry Levine (who conveniently happened to be Sound & Video Contractor's CCTV security and design technical consultant) kicked it off with “Marketing and Selling Security Systems,” providing some important whys and wherefores surrounding security system sales...

And, We're Off! 
By Mark Johnson
It's official: With NSCA under our belts and InfoComm happening in just a couple of weeks, we're into the time for extensive product introductions, intensive...

Associations Focus: Advancing Knowledge 

This year, InfoComm 06, to be held June 3-9, 2006, in Orlando, Fla., offers more of everything to...

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