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3D/Large Venue Projectors 

By Llanor Alleyne

While large flatpanel displays get a lot of attention as the visualization outlet of choice for many venues, projectors are still ideal for application briefs that feature large audiences in complicated lighting situations. ...

Gefen ToolBox 8x8 Matrix for HDMI with FST 

The ToolBox 8x8 Matrix for HDMI with FST matrix switcher allows direct connections between different HD sources and displays without networking....

Delta Products WX series 

The WX series video walls rely on Ultra Short Throw front projection and edge-blending technologies....

Clear-Com Tempest900 Intercom System Review 

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Clear-Com has introduced the Tempest900 system, a wireless system of substantial power and flexibility....

Hitachi CP-D31N 

The CP-D31N can project an 80in. image at a distance of 32in. ...

FOR-A HVS-390HS 

The HVS-390HS, a compact video switcher, is available in 1 M/E and 2 M/E versions and includes 16 HD/SD-SDI inputs and eight outputs....

OmniMount PROCFCART 

The PROCFCART is a mobile cart for applications requiring flexible and portable large display solutions....

Altinex TNP128 and TNP123C 

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Altinex SR208-100 

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Hitachi CP-WX8255 and CP-X8160 

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