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Cables and Connectors 
By Mike McIntyre, CTS-D, EST-L2+
From our old established friends such as XLR and 3.5mm stereo cables to a maturing HDMI and DisplayPort world, we all depend on these components to get the full functionality out of the devices to which they are connected. In this showcase, we will take a look at some of the best of those aforementioned components along with bulk cabling and connectors....

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: Roland VR-50HD All-in-one AV Mixer  

Innovative all-in-one switcher integrates an audio mixer, video switcher, multi-viewer touchscreen, and USB video/audio streaming into a standalone device. ...

Bold Engineering 2013 Winner: X20 Video Expert Realtime In-Store Video Conference System  

Ideal for retail, banking, and healthcare settings, enables customers to engage in realtime videoconference calls with customer service agents, directly from touchscreen displays. ...

Crestron Saros IC8T In-ceiling Speaker Review 
Reviewer: John McJunkin
The Crestron Saros IC8T is a two-way, in-ceiling speaker enclosed in an aluminum backcan and with an 8in. LF driver and 1in. horn-loaded HF driver. ...

Draper Videoconferencing Camera Mount and LIft 

Draper camera mounts and lifts include a simple, very secure flush-mount box....

Riedel Communications CPX-AVB 

The CPX-AVB is a dedicated card that fits in the expansion slot of the Artist 1100 series OLED control panels....

NEC Display Systems Touch Overlays 

Touch Overlays make NED DIsplay's LED-backlit V series displays touch interactive....

Roland's www.v-mixingsystem.com 

The site is a home for users of the V-Mixing System....

Videoconferencing Systems and Cameras 
By Bennett Liles
It wasn’t all that long ago that a videoconference was the visual equivalent of a 1960s Transatlantic phone call. How times have changed. Special high-speed data lines and teams of technicians have morphed into a tabletop box or a wall-mounted flatpanel display with an integrated camera, taking its place among the framed photographs or paintings in the room....

AKG DMM6 Digital Mixer Review 
Reviewer: John McJunkin
AKG introduced its DMM 4/2/2 digital automixer in 2009, followed by the DMM 4/2/4 in 2010, and most recently, the DMM6. As you might imagine, the DMM6 offers six inputs, and each can introduce mic or line level signals to the mix....

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