With the FCC Wireless Spectrum Auction and decision to phase out 600MHz band for wireless audio, Audio-Technica is the latest to offer a trade-in rebate program.
Houses of worship have tricky acoustics and real audio challenges — with budget-conscious customers. It all adds up to sales challenges for integrators.
Calvary Orlando Church steps up its audio-visual strategy with live graphics, lyrics and other media powered by Renewed Vision PVP2 (ProVideoPlayer2) media server displaying on two 16×10-foot and one 36×10-foot LED displays.
Broadcast Pix production switchers can now control pan, tilt, zoom, focus, iris, gain, and preset recall for up to 12 cameras, including some new JVC PTZ cameras.
13,000-watt Mackie Thump Series powered loudspeakers — Thump12A, Thump15A, Thump12BST, Thump15BST and Thump18S – adds more power and features to series.
When New Jersey’s Fellowship Alliance Chapel relocated to a newly built church, Integrator Horizon AVI used Dante Audio over IP to create a digital-focused audio solution, facilitating Spotify and saving the customer money.
NSCA Electronic Systems Outlook Summer 2017 analyzes construction data to reflects a return to more normal business growth, slow, like good Barbecue.
Church by the Glades in Coral Springs acquired nearby First Baptist Church of Lake Worth, Fla., and turned to integrator ShowPro to upgrade audio to a Fulcrum Acoustic loudspeakers based system.
Analog Way Midra Series now offer improved connectivity and HDBaseT support for integrators in live events, churches, schools and more.
After the FCC Wireless Spectrum Auction and decision to phase out use of the 600 MHz band for wireless audio, users can trade in non-compliant products for the Sennheiser FCC-compliant equipment.
This four-part guide will give tech manager’s tips, advice, expert opinion and suggestions about what lecture capture solutions are capable of and steps to build one of their own.
Since the turn of the millennium the projection market has evolved from CRT, to more installation-friendly LCD, LCoS and DLP technologies. The next wave to hit the channel addresses brightness and efficiency.