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Audio Processing Driving Room Devices Too 
By John McKeon
Corporate AV users and their integrators are increasingly focused on “one box solutions” for controlling their presentations, conferences, and other multimedia activities, and they are finding ever-simpler ways to do more with basic systems....

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Danley Sound Labs SH-50 
By John McJunkin
Every once in a while, an incredible new innovation arrives to bowl us all over, and it is a real treat to savor that first moment of "Wow. I can't believe what I'm hearing." We all remember such moments when we first experienced some...

Yamaha Commercial Audio Helps ABC “Makeover” New Orleans Church 

Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, along with Church Interiors Audio and Video of High Point, N.C., recently helped bring back a New Orleans-area church from the damage caused by Hurricane Katrina....

Automated Systems Fuel Ongoing Wireless Boom 

Wireless microphones, always popular with preachers and musicians for their mobility and flexibility, are increasingly winning converts among church financial stewards and technical directors as well. That’s because a continuing downward price spiral, along with steadily expanding capabilities, are helping wireless mic systems fit into both more sanctuaries and more budgets....

Audio Remains a Hot Topic in Churches Large and Small 

From basic, entry-level speech reinforcement to high-end, concert-quality sound systems in huge venues, churches of all sizes all over the country continue to invest money in new and better audio systems. Despite a long-running expansion of spending on audio, the market continues strong, says Doug Gould of Shure, adding, “It’s not slowing down by any stretch.” ...

Danley Sound Labs Loudspeakers Fix the Unfixable 

The 750-seat worship space at North Hills Community Church in Taylor, S.C., suffered from so many acoustical issues the ministry was skeptical that an audio overhaul was even possible. But the dB Audio and Video integration team was determined to find a solution....

HD Technology Trends 
By Jay Ankeney
With more than 20 million HDTV screens sold to the domestic home market by end of 2005, most of us have experienced the advantages of high-definition television. But in the corporate enterprise communications arena,...

Attention to Hearing Safety Needed When Using IEMs 

As more and more worship venues opt for in-ear personal monitor systems, protecting the musicians’ hearing is becoming more of a front-of-mind concern. It is all too easy, experts say, for IEM users to endanger their most valuable sense, either in a single event or slowly over time....

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