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Peer Review-Rane RPM88 Digital Processor 

Stefan Svard

The Rane RPM88 is an eight-in/eight-out digital processor with two-in/two-out AES3 digital connectivity....

New Products: March 2006 

PRO AV Editors

Gemini Sound Products powered speaker system, Christie LCD projectors, Altinex tabletop connectivity products ......

NSCA 2006 Product Preview 

PRO AV Editors

A sampling of products to be featured at NSCA Systems Integration Expo 2006, March 16-18, in Las Vegas....

The Threat Of Direct Sales 

Tom Zind

Maybe it's because customers are demanding it ? or maybe suppliers are eyeing enhanced profits. Whatever the reason, direct selling has become a looming dark cloud for many pro AV systems integrators....

Calibrating A Projector 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

The projector industry has come a long way over the past decade. Back then, manufacturers struggled to get enough light on the screen, let alone worry about offering high resolution (1024x768, believe it or not) and accurate color imaging. Today's LCD, DLP, and LCoS projectors bear little resemblance to their ancestors....

The A-List Or The Blacklist? 

Tom Zind

AV consultants maintain some form of both ? which one an integrator lands on isn't up to chance....

Loudspeakers Join The Network 

Keith Clark

Another piece falls into place in the IT integration puzzle....

Retail Center Adds Flexible Audio 

Paul Kramer

Distributed audio system adds ambience and diverse capabilities to a retail/entertainment center in Hollywood, FL....

AV Enhances Legal Proceedings 

Paul Kramer

Sandoval County selected Professional Business Systems (PBS), an Albuquerque, NM-based AV equipment supplier and systems integration company, to rework its new courthouse's original AV design into a more feasible system....

Venue Adds Expansive Sound System 

Linda Seid Frembes

A Las Vegas entertainment center sets out to install professional loudspeakers in multiple audio zones with the ability to route an audio source to or from any place in the building....

Museum Integrates Art And AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

AV consulting & design firm Shen, Milsom & Wike take on the task of fitting a newly constructed museum with seamless wireless coverage....

Pop Quiz: March 2006 

PRO AV Editors

Test your knowledge of category wiring....

Q & A: Video Processor 

PRO AV Editors

A reader sends in a question regarding sychronizing the feed from a video processor with its audio feed....

5-Minute Interview: Peter Cochrane 

PRO AV Editors

Pro AV sits down with Peter Cochrane, president of ConceptLabs....

Protect Your Turf 

Mark Mayfield

The short-term financial allure of eliminating rep and/or dealer percentages appeals to manufacturers when they fail to recognize the true ?value-added? benefits of the distribution channel....

How to Read Construction Documents 

PRO AV Editors

Any large AV project will require the accurate interpretation of architectural blueprints and other construction documents. Here?s what you need to know to ensure you?re on the same page as the architects and consultants....

Q & A: Ceiling-Mounted Front-Projection Display 

PRO AV Editors

I'm currently trying to find a solution to a ceiling-mounted, front-projection display in a high-end retail store that can project an image about 8-feet-wide by 6-feet-high. The video screen wall is approximately 12-feet-wide by 8-feet-high, and the ceiling height is approximately 8 feet high. The video display area is located in the corridor pathway, which means customers could possibly walk through the projector's light path with the low ceiling?...

Pop Quiz: February 2006 

PRO AV Editors

TRUE OR FALSE...

Church Expands With AV 

Linda Seid Frembes

AS A small-but-growing church of 300 members, Tyler Tabernacle in Tyler, TX, faced a few of the common problems plaguing the house of worship market. The classical Pentecostal church used a wide range of music styles including live music to support its worship service, yet had an audio system that couldn't adequately deliver it....

AV Brings Virtual Fish Tanks To Life 

Gregory Detogne

AMONG ALL of the unusual requests Larry Schirmer of Farmington Hills, MI-based Illuminating Concepts has run across in his life, one clearly stands out. ?I've done some different things over the course of my career, but up until recently, I've never had a client ask me to create a pair of virtual, high-definition AV fish tanks,? says the designer of AV, multimedia, lighting, and FX systems....

School AV Connects With Students 

Robin Berger

PROJECTORS HAVE made a major difference for the Lamar Consolidated Independent School District (LCISD) in Rosenberg, TX, 34 miles southwest of Houston, where projectors and widescreen displays have slowly been replacing 32-inch CRT TV monitors over the last three years....

Choosing The Perfect Projector 

Pete Putman, CTS, ISF

If you're in the market for a new projector, you'll read and hear plenty about brightness and contrast, manual versus power lens, analog and digital input connections, keystone correction, and network interfaces....

How Acoustic Echo Cancelling Really Works 

Elaine Jones

If you've ever been in an electronic meeting, class, or other activity involving multiple rooms, you've undoubtedly experienced acoustic echo ? you hear your own voice coming back to you through the audio system, sometimes with significant delay. The problem can range from a simple annoyance to a full-fledged meeting killer. That's why controlling echo is such a major consideration in most conferencing applications....

New Products: February 2006 

PRO AV Editors

Turbosound sub-bass enclosure, Smart Technologies interactive whiteboard, Remaco IR extender, and more....

Peer Review-Dukane Conva 

Paul Kreil

Peer Review-Dukane Conva; Price: $399 MSRP per room (Presenter edition); $999 MSRP for a 50-seat license (Administrator edition)...

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