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Chapel Adds Invisible AV 

Paul Kramer

Retractable display lifts and in-ceiling loudspeakers installed in an Australian school enable its AV system to remain unobtrusive....

Auditorium Adds Mission Critical AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

Consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton upgrades the AV in its corporate auditorium while keeping it functional for high-profile government clients....

Pop Quiz: June 2006 

PRO AV Editors

Test Your Knowledge of Sound Pressure Level...

Q & A: Line Doubles 

PRO AV Editors

With the arrival of high-definition displays and content, will there still be aneed for line doubles? If so, how will these devices be used?...

5-Minute Interview: Ken Goldberg 

PRO AV Editors

Ken Goldverg, Chief Executive Officer, Real Digital Media. Headquartered in Sarasota, FL,Real Digital Media provides Internet-based solutions and associated services to support digital signage in advertiser-supported networks. Goldberg was a source in a recent Forrester Research study on digital signage in retail environments....

Is Regulation In Our Future? 

Mark Mayfield

In late March, Fairfax, VA-based professional AV industry association InfoComm International attended a New Hampshire Senate hearing to testify against legislation that would have established a state-regulated certification program for low-voltage systems installers. No one invited InfoComm ? or anyone else directly related to the low-voltage contracting industry....

Using Scalers and Scan Converters 

PRO AV Editors

Scan converters and scalers are used to convert a variety of image formats. Here?s what you need to know to select and use these devices....

Guide to Doing Business in Transportation AV 

PRO AV Editors

PRO AV's essential industry guide, with crucial tips for positioning your company to leverage: market trends, AV spending patterns, and economic factors that affect the market....

Working With AV System Owners 

Tim Cape, CTS-D

AV system providers can greatly affect a project's outcome, but the AV system owners who contractually set up the project process also share this responsibility....

The Big Unit 

Daniel Frankel

Fledgling multi-dwelling unit sector promises big revenue for integrators with the credit and skill to keep up....

A Matter Of Terminology 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

It's important to understand the relationship between image brightness and projection distance....

Listen, Measure, Predict 

Pat Brown

The major attributes of sound system performance can be calculated with very good accuracy and should be predicted, even when you don't think you need to....

Powerless To Change 

Tim Kridel

Some AV products have gone wireless. When will they cut the power cord, too?...

Polycom Vortex EF2280 

Michael O'Donnell

Michael O'Donnell reviews the Polycom Vortex EF2280...

Tannoy V300 Loudspeaker 

Michael Garrison

Micahel R. Garrison reviews the Tannoy V300 Loudspeaker...

Touchpanel controller: Crestron TPS-4L 

PRO AV Editors

Crestron's TPS-4L wall-mount touchpanel controller features a 3.6-inch, 320x240 resolution active-matrix color touchscreen with 16-bit Isys color graphics and 10 white backlit pushbuttons....

Decoding Converters: Crystal Vision ADDEC Series 

PRO AV Editors

Crystal Vision has released the ADDEC-100, ADDEC-200, and ADDEC-300 12-bit decoding converters, which are designed to convert composite PAL/NTSC, Y/C, or YUV signals to SDI....

Automated Flat Panel Mounting Solutions: Chief Manufacturing's Cinematic Series 

PRO AV Editors

Chief Manufacturing's Cinematic Series of automated mounting solutions includes the CM1 automated swing-arm mount (pictured here), CM2 automated pop-up lift, and CM3 automated swivel table stand....

Flat-Panel Display Stand: Da-Lite Fixed Plasma Stand 

PRO AV Editors

Da-Lite has introduced the Fixed Plasma Stand, which supports flat-panel LCD and plasma displays that measure up to 50 degrees diagonal and weigh up to 100 pounds....

Wireless Powered Loudspeakers: AmpliVox Sound Systems SW227 Wireless Voice Projector System 

PRO AV Editors

The SW227 Wireless Voice Projector System from AmpliVox Sound Systems is designed for portable PA applications with wireless microphones....

Video Distribution Amplifier: Analog Way iX Mate 

PRO AV Editors

Analog Way's iX Mate analog and digital video distribution amplifier includes one DVI-D input, two HD/SD-SDI inputs, and two universal independent inputs ? all of which are amplified and distributed through three outputs....

S-Video Active Switches: Hall Research Technologies VS-4 Series 

PRO AV Editors

Hall Research Technologies has introduced the four input/one output VS4-YC and VS4-YCA S-video active switches....

Control Management Software: Remote Technologies Inc. TheaterTouch Designer software version 4.1 

PRO AV Editors

Remote Technologies Inc.'s (RTI) TheaterTouch Designer software version 4.1 is designed to manage AV systems controlled with any of RTI's universal system controllers....

Loudspeaker Cables: Sheerwire HBW High Band-width Cables 

PRO AV Editors

The HBW high-bandwidth loudspeaker cables from Sheer Wire are available in 12- or 14-gage types and in two- or four-conductor versions....

Video Scalers: Kramer Electronics VP Series 

PRO AV Editors

The VP-413 and VP-415 video scalers from Kramer Electronics are designed to accept composite or S-video (YC) signals and scale them to multiple computer graphics output resolutions....

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