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InfoComm Best of Show Awards 2014 

These awards recognize outstanding products exhibited at the 2014 InfoComm Show....

Projection Screens 
By Christopher Maoine
Presented are a variety of front projections, rear projections, fixed installation, and portable projection screen products....

Installation Mixers 
By Bennett Liles
Many of the installation mixers currently available can be upgraded and adapted with options to suit the specific venue, performers, and audiences. When changes are made to the house sound system, the mixer, like an electronic chameleon, can be upgraded in channels and processing to match its surroundings....

Platinum Tools 500 MCM 

Cutting cables up to 500 MCM, this tool has a locking latch, high-carbon tool steel cutting blades, and rust-resistant finish....

Porter-Cable Impact Wrench 

Offering up to 2,700 impacts-per-minute and up to 2,200 revolutions-per-minute, the Impact Wrench also features a forward/reverse rocker trigger switch for easy transition between fastening and loosening....

Ensemble Designs BrightEye NXT 430-X 

The BrightEye NXT 430-X converts various high-definition and standard-definition content to a common format to be routed seamlessly to HDMI and SDI destinations....

XTA APA-4E8 

Housed in a 2U chassis and weighing 28.2lbs., the APA-4E8 sports a front-panel interface with a large color LCD, which offers feedback of the amplifier status from any distance....

Audix M3 

This tri-element ceiling mic has fully balanced circuits below the ceiling and a UL-rated plenum box solution above the ceiling tile....

Christie LX1750 

This new projector features a mechanical shutter to cut all light output and delivers 16,000 lumens....

Legrand Evolution Series Ceiling Box 

The six versions include three units with a projector mount and several options for electrical circuitry....

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