Tag Archives: Audio

6 Simple Solutions to Improve Meeting Room Acoustics

When you hear the term acoustics, perhaps your favorite music venue or movie theater comes to mind. But acoustics are important in other spaces where you spend a lot of time as well—namely your company’s meeting rooms.

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Can You Hear It Now? Our First Audio Standard Gets A Facelift

Recently, InfoComm released g a new version of a standard that was written to help you maximize the performance of a sound system. The standard provides a way to measure an audio system for uniform coverage and classify its performance.

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Q&A With HDBaseT Alliance President Ariel Sobelman: What’s in Store for Pro AV

HDBaseT was introduced to the market roughly five years ago. The idea behind the technology was to be able to transmit and distribute uncompressed high-definition AV content over the most cost-effective and prevalent medium possible — Cat5e cable — over distances unprecedented until then. HDBaseT makes it possible to transmit uncompressed ultra-high-definition AV (up to 4K), controls, Ethernet, USB 2.0 and up […]

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A to B Came Way Before A-to-D

Walking through the company lobby the other day I saw the latest issue of Systems Contractor News sitting on the pile of recent magazine arrivals for anyone to peruse. Their March issue just happened to be “The Audio Issue.” As someone who followed the common career path of musician to sound guy to a career […]

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Lessons Learned From Asking and Listening

On a recent trip to Louisville, Kentucky, I had the opportunity to visit some end users of my company’s products. I set up the trip with the help of two integrators in order to research and understand how our products are used, managed and maintained by the end user. As a manufacturer, these meetings are […]

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