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Explaining home automation, design, and innovation to your potential clients can be a challenging task. ...

CEDIA Sense 
By Cynthia Wisehart
No magic wands in sight. I looked. I almost expected AMX to show a prototype wand. Some people quietly admit to having a strong 2009, as if saying so would jinx it (given the no-wand situation)...

Installation Spotlight: Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille, Austin, Texas 

Intelligent Lighting Services (ILS), a full-service AV systems developer, recently set the bar in terms of sound reinforcement capabilities at a newly opened Perry’s location in Austin, Texas....

Blu-Ray: It's Also About the Sound 
By Jason Bovberg
Blu-ray has really enhanced my appreciation for sound quality....

2009 AES Convention Preview 
By George Petersen
The Audio Engineering Society (AES) returns to New York in October, and from all indications, this 127th AES Convention will be a great event...

Field Work 
By Trevor Boyer
This April, a unique event in baseball history took place: two professional teams in the same city moved into new stadiums in the same season. In the Bronx, the New York Yankees moved into a new home across the street from the then-still-standing old Yankee Stadium...

Associations Focus: ANSI Approves First InfoComm Performance Standard 

The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the InfoComm International board of directors have released InfoComm’s first performance standard, ANSI/InfoComm 1M-2009, Audio Coverage Uniformity in Enclosed Listener Areas. ...

Audio at Selland Arena, Fresno, Calif. 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Until recently, the sound experience at Selland Arena in Fresno, Calif., was very telling of its age. ...

Audio Assist 

When it came time for a seating and systems update for the Laugardalsvöllur National Soccer Stadium in Iceland, systems installer EB Kerfi ehf chose Powersoft amplifiers to drive the EAW loudspeaker clusters....

You’re Surrounded! 
By Scott Wilkinson
When recorded sound expanded from monaural to stereo in 1957, it was a revelation. Forty years later, DVD entered the scene with 5.1-channel surround sound--five main channels and a low-frequency subwoofer--and the sonic landscape expanded again...

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