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SIM2 Names Pacific Northwest Rep 

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SIM2 has named Ambassador Marketing as its representative in the Pacific Northwest, representing the projector manufacturer in Alaska, Washington, Oregon, and Idaho....

Atlantic Technology to Develop IP Loudspeakers 

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Atlantic Technology has developed IP-ready loudspeakers that are compatible with Netstreams' StreamNet whole-house Internet Protocol (IP) AV distribution technology....

HaiVision and Video Furnace Partner 

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HaiVision Systems, a provider of performance video encoding technology, and Video Furnace, a provider of enterprise-class IP video solutions, announced a strategic partnership to bring video-over-IP and IPTV high-definition solutions to a range of markets, including enterprise, education, and government....

Front Porch Digital Added to GSA Schedule 

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Front Porch Digital, a provider of content storage management (CSM) solutions, announced that it has been added to the Government Service Administration (GSA) contracting schedule via its collaboration with government contracting consultant FedResults of Herndon, Va....

TI Pushes New DLP Projector Applications 

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Texas Instruments (TI) DLP Products plans to demonstrate a range of consumer front projection products that offer new features and functionality....

Sepember 2008: Signal Management 

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Relay Switcher: Atlas Sound AA-PPRC Remote Controller 

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Atlas Sound has introduced the AA-PPRC priority paging remote controller, a 2x2 relay switcher that temporarily mutes audio so a page can be heard....

September 2008: Video 

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HD Monitor Pack: Panoramadtv RM series 

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Panoramadtv, the video division of Wohler Technologies, has introduced the RM series of HD monitor packs....

MasterFormat: Specification Justification 

Thom Mullins, CTS

As we approach the end of 2008, we're also about to pass the four-year anniversary of MasterFormat 2004 (MF04), the Construction Specifications Institute's organizational standard for construction requirements....

Parsing the Red Ink 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

As I write this, it's that time of year when major display manufacturers release their quarterly earnings statements. Based on what I've seen, things aren't looking too rosy....

The Sweet Sounds of Green 

Tim Kridel

Video systems?displays, projectors?may be obvious candidates for greening. But some audio manufacturers are trying to cut their carbon footprints....

September 2008: Accessories 

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Power Management Extender: Furman MIW-XT 

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The MIW-XT from Furman is designed to extend noise-free, safe power from its power management devices to remote displays, ceiling-mounted video projectors, or powered subwoofers....

Hands On: Tandberg Codian MCU 4515 

Michael Souders

The Solar Stage 

Linda Seid Frembes

Energy prices are a major concern these days for concert producers, who are responsible for transporting a village of people and AV equipment from city to city. So, they're turning their focus to conservation and the use of alternative energy sources....

If You Could See What They Hear 

Linda Seid Frembes

scenarios of sound system design can drive a person mad....

2008 Judges' Award: Adopt-A-Room 

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Losing their young daughters to chronic childhood illnesses drove Brian Schepperle and David Millington to form Adopt-A-Room, a White Bear Lake, Minn.?based foundation that draws on corporate sponsorships and donations to remodel pediatric hospital rooms to help children and their parents better deal with their situations....

2008 Judges' Award: Oneworld Lounge 

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Ever wonder, while stuck waiting for a delayed flight, what it's like in those first- and business-class lounges? The Oneworld Lounge at Los Angeles International Airport is probably just as you imagined: a comfy-but-slick retreat offering free food and drinks, plus really cool AV extras you would never find out in the main gate areas....

2008 Best Government AV Project (Federal) 

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Chantilly, V.A., is a long way from the U.S. Marine Corps Forces Pacific Headquarters in Hawaii. But on the integration floor of Audio Video Systems in suburban Washington, D.C., there's a custom-designed watch station that's almost identical to the 35 that sit on the watch floor of MARFORPAC's Command Operations Center....

2008 Best House of Worship AV Project 

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At the First Baptist Church of Glenarden, it wasn't enough that the new 205,000-square-foot house of worship include state-of-the-art AV and live broadcast systems. There had to be something tangible to reinforce the experience of 4,000 weekly attendees....

2008 Best Education AV Project 

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Since March, students at Santa Clara University (SCU) in Santa Clara, Calif., have had access to state-of-the-art technology in the campus's new Learning Commons....

2008 Best Government AV Project (State & Local) 

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Step inside the chambers of the House or Senate at the Illinois State Capital building and you might think you stepped into a museum rather than the workplace for Illinois' elected state officials....

2008 Best Entertainment/Arts AV Project 

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it was the stunning Newseum in Washington, D.C....

2008 Best Retail AV Project 

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The Harley-Davidson Dealership in Meridian, Idaho, is a model of how the right AV installation can enhance a retail experience....

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