Come along as we wrap up Integrated Systems Europe 2015. We will hear from integrators, manufacturers, and reporters about what they experienced at the world’s biggest AV show. From Microsoft to artistic speakers, we cover it all.
The various methods of transporting audio digitally have expanded over the past decade, leading to a veritable alphabet soup of protocols to chose between. All of them have their advantages and disadvantages to be considered before deploying a system. There are multiple options available as there are multiple problems to be solved. Not all of … Read more
LG keeps teasing us with great flexible OLED screens. This week is no different. Crown has released the second AVnu Alliance Certified product, and the first end point. How do you get involved in big projects like the world’s largest mall? Plus, an announcement about AVNation and CEDIA Expo 2014.
Part One of our annual InfoComm Show production. This is where we gather those in attendance at the show and ask what was the best and worst of InfoComm 2014. Listen as exhibitors talk about the record number of qualified leads, and integrators discuss the latest technology.
On this episode we gathered some of the best AV reporters to preview InfoComm 2014. What are they excited about, what are their hidden gems, and how do they report on it. Plus, since we had them, we asked what they thought about the Harman / AMX deal.
This is an opinion piece by guest blogger, Dan Newman. These views are not necessarily those of AVNation or their management. In the world of mergers and acquisitions, a $365 million deal is a drop in the bucket. If big companies like IBM, Cisco or Procter & Gamble make this kind of deal — Harman … Read more
Harman has purchased AMX. We talk about what that means for the AV industry. LG says it has figured out how to make OLED. Maybe it’s not dead. Finally we chat about the future of streaming media and the impact that will have on AV.