AVWeek 320: Horses for Courses

AVWeek 320: Horses for Courses

A new report says AV over IP products will increase sales by 130%. Will this mean an end to matrix switchers? Registration is open for ISE (Integrated Systems Europe). How this European show has become the start of the audio visual product cycle. We also look into whether the AVI-SPL acquisition of Sharp’s in Canada is good news for the company or the audio visual industry.

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Daily Download October 13, 2017

Daily Download October 13, 2017

IT AV 9: 4K is becoming a regular part of the audio visual integrators’ experience. So is using the network to transport audio, video, and control. Paul Zielie, Michael Drainer, and Justin O’Connor talk about using the network to send 4K video.

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Daily Download October 11, 2017

Daily Download October 11, 2017

AVWeek 318: According to a new AVIXA study, projector sales have dropped by 13% since 2014 resulting in a loss of $1 billion in sales. Combine that with the increased development of “lampless” projectors, our panel discussed the future of projector lamps.

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AVNation Special: Cloud Control

AVNation Special: Cloud Control

As audio and video moving to the network gets attention we have lost focus on the fact that so is control. There are companies who are actively moving control processors to the cloud and network. On this AVNation special we talk about what that means to the clients and the programmers.

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AVWeek 319: Wiggling Electrons

AVWeek 319: Wiggling Electrons

AVIXA (formerly InfoComm) has released a global financial report for the audio visual industry. Vaddio has a new production switcher that aims for live events and corporate boardrooms. Getting integrators to understand the value of educating their employees.

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