When integration firm Signet bought a new building it found that it has the ideas and skills in-house to tackle its new office space design.
QSC, Meyer Sound, Yamaha and Bose are just a few companies that introduced profound audio products this year for meeting spaces, venues, educational institutions and more.
In reviewing the financial institution’s new building plans, Yorktel quickly discovered that it wasn’t prepared with sufficient conduit for new videoconferencing equipment, saving the company hundreds of thousands in extra costs.
Auralex Acoustics is now shipping newly updated versions of its popular SonoFiber material in both 1-inch-thick panels and 2-inch-thick rolls.
Updated version features patent-pending convex shape designed to keep unwanted noise away from the microphone.
Lencore says it wants to share its extensive market research with dealers who, if they’re smart, can leverage the heck out of it.
With its acquisition of Dynasound, Cambridge Sound Management will be well positioned to further expand customer and channel support services and launch a new generation of solutions.
National Steeplechase Museum turned to Primacoustic’s Paintables line of acoustic panels to solve its harsh acoustical challenges.
A proper sound masking system must provide both privacy and comfort.
Technology integrators need to use a little imagination and some forward thinking technology to create workspaces that allow for realtime collaboration.
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