From business software to presentation tools to video distribution to webcams, we highlight an array of significant products introduced at Integrated Systems Europe 2017.
After a dry spell, Rice University Owls earned five bowl game appearances within in the last decade perhaps inspiring the university to invest $31.5 million in the new 60,000 square-foot Brian Patterson Sports Performance Center, including state-of-the-art speakers and from Danley Sound Labs.
Installed by local audio integrator Marks Tey Radio, the Bose system enhances visitors’ experiences across a wide range of Colchester Zoo events.
Yamaha’s VXS1ML full-range, compact speakers and VXS3S subwoofers are aimed at applications in which background music is required.
Leon soundbar for video conferencing has a housing for essentially hiding other components and tidying up the look of meeting spaces.
AV’s first UL 2043 listed composite speaker enclosure meets UL’s requirements for smoke and heat release.
QSC and Shure announce integration between Shure Microflex networked mics and the entire Q-SYS Platform.
Viva Vision canopy show gets concert-quality, 550,000-watt audio upgrade, making Old Town area of Las Vegas perfect spot for CES 2017 attendees to blow off steam.
Bose Professional says its ShowMatch DeltaQ array loudspeakers provide the highest full-range output for their size class, with 145 dB peak array output levels.
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.
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