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The Buzz: Install of the Month:
Pearson Theatre Berkeley, Calif
 
By Philip De Lancie
Over the past 25 years, Meyer Sound has been known not simply as a source of top-quality products for sound reinforcement, but also as a resource for...

CEDIA Award Winner Combines Hidden AV with State-of-the-Art Control 

These clients enjoyed the fast-paced yet meticulous reconstruction of their modest cape from its original form to a 5,500-square-foot home complete with a functional elevator and state-of-the-art AV systems throughout. ...

Murray Franklyn Gets the Big Presentation Picture 

Murray Franklin's conference room gets a makeover, incorporating the same high level of design and craftsmanship that they are known for, along with today’s most advanced presentation/telecommunications technology, into their recently remodeled conference room....

Classy, Elegant Home Theater Design is a Perfect Fit 

When we first met with the client, they wanted us to design something very simple. When we walked through the house we couldn’t help but notice the beautiful wood detail throughout. We decided to present two designs to them—one that was simple, as they had requested, and one that was classy and elegant, with lots of wood detail. When the client saw the second design they knew right away that it was a perfect fit for their home. ...

Installation Profile:
Optimal Media for Optimal Health
 
By Daniel Keller
On any given day, thousands of visitors make the pilgrimage to Orange County, Calif., armed with a checklist of must-see destinations. There's Disneyland,...

New Light Sources Aiming to Replace Lamps? 

In its wide-ranging search for new and better light sources to drive microdisplay projection systems, the AV industry has recently focused on two new tools that are either beginning to appear in market-ready products or coming to the market soon. LED illumination engines and engines based on various kinds of lasers are getting a lot of attention after this winter’s series of trade shows in Japan, Las Vegas, and elsewhere. Both new technologies represent efforts to free the projection world from the burdens associated with conventional lamps, including their heat output, declining brightness over time, and high cost of replacement. ...

Hard Work Has a New Ally from InFocus 


Picture This: Shades of Gray  
By Jeff Sauer
A display's contrast ratio compares the brightness of white to the brightness of black. And as the industry clearly knows: bigger is better, at least all things being equal. But alas, all things aren't equal, and in January's “Picture This” I discussed how...

Installation Profile:
Delivering the Message
 
By Bennet Liles
In world-class corporate competition, you keep pace or die. Field leaders have been powered by two proven success engines. They effectively communicate what their company has to offer and then they seed and nurture ...

Picture This:
CES 2006
 
By Jeff Sauer
I have to confess that I didn’t go to the annual Consumer Electronics Show this year with high expectations for new display technology. After all, how much bigger do plasma and LCD flat panels really need to get? And it’s pretty clear that neither of those technologies is going to eliminate the other anytime soon. ...

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