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Crestron Electronics 128X128 DigitalMedia™ Switcher (DM-MD128X128)

The Crestron DM-MD128X128 DigitalMedia™ Switcher manages the AV distribution requirements of the largest commercial facilities. It features a modular blade I/O expansion system, 4K Ultra HD support, a built-in web server, and a 15” color touch screen. It manages up to 128 analog or digital sources and distributes them over CAT5e…

LG Electronics 55-inch Direct LED Video Wall Display (55LV75A)

The 55LV75A Direct LED Video Wall solution offers an expansive and near seamless image for advertisements, information and broadcast video, without sacrificing convenience or cost efficiency.  Picture quality and performance is further enhanced by LG’s Direct LED technology, which delivers a crisp, clear picture for more impactful…

LG Electronics 98-inch Edge-Lit LED Widescreen Ultra HD display (98LS95A)

LG’s 98LS95A edge-lit LED Widescreen Ultra HD Display offers four times the resolution of a Full HD (1080p) television and is the sharpest picture available on a large-screen commercial grade display. This exceptional picture technology creates astonishingly vivid images with 3840 x 2160 resolution —  more than 8 million pixels.

AMX AMX Enzo Content Sharing Platform

Enzo is a flexible content sharing platform for meeting rooms that provides Instant On, Instant Access to Content, Instant Meeting Start and Instant Sharing. Enzo makes it easy to access and share information with others in your meeting and can adapt to the changing ways users collaborate.

AMX AMX Epica DGX 288 Large-scale Fiber Customizable Matrix Switcher

The AMX Epica DGX 288 is one of the highest capacity fiber optic matrix switchers on the market, expandable from 16x16 to 288x288. Now it supports 4K/Ultra High Definition (UHD) content and can transmit video up to 300 meters on multimode fiber, or 10 kilometers on single mode fiber.

AMX AMX H.264 Encoder

The AMX H.264 Encoder is hands down the most cost effective, high definition H.264 encoder on the market. Many encoders on the market are either cost effective or high quality but rarely both. The AMX H.264 Encoder brilliantly encodes video and produces industry leading HD video output quality.

Atlona AT-PRO3HD66M 6 x 6 HDMI to HDBaseT Matrix Switcher

Atlona’s AT-PRO3HD66M matrix switcher provides fast, reliable switching and extension using HDBaseT and Power over Category cable (PoCc) — affordably connecting and routing six inputs to six outputs simultaneously at distances up to 230 feet (70 meters). The unit supports high-resolution HDMI video, multichannel audio, and bidirectional…

BenQ America Corp. BenQ MW824ST Short Throw Projector

Designed to bring interactivity to today’s connected schools and boardrooms, the short-throw MW824ST features PointWrite technology for more participative sessions, Quick Install for faster setups, and SmartEco technology to lower total cost of ownership. The result is more collaboration-driven environments combined with easier maintenance…

Casio America, Inc. Casio XJ-UT310WN

The Casio LampFree®  Ultra Short Throw XJ-UT310WN can project crisp, shadow free images up to a 100” diagonal screen. It is designed with a very close throw ratio (0:28:1) lens producing brightness up to 3100 with a WXGA resolution making it the world’s brightest LampFree® Ultra Short Throw projector available.

Planar Systems, Inc. Clarity Matrix LCD Video Wall System with G2 Architecture

Planar’s next-generation Clarity™ Matrix LCD Video Wall System with G2 Architecture delivers a new level of visual performance for Planar’s award-winning Clarity Matrix family of LCD video wall solutions. This immersive, flexible video wall combines the industry’s thinnest profile ultra-narrow bezel LED LCD with improvements…

VDO360 Compass

VDO 360 is the manufacturer of the leading HD PTZ USB camera, the vptzh-01, opening the market to those who wish to use Visual Communications software without a large expenditure in dedicated hardware. Now presenting the next generation camera, the “Compass”.
We make VTC simple.

Chief Manufacturing ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System

Chief’s ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System solves common video wall challenges of speed, alignment, serviceability and rigidity. The ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System provides the ability to level each row once by using strut channel to connect multiple mounts together with a simple-to-install system that can handle the largest…

tvONE CORIOmaster mini

tvONE’s CORIOmaster mini all-in-one system performs many video tasks simultaneously including: video processing across as many as 10 displays, real-time 360° video rotations, and multi projector edge blending. It’s the industry’s first videowall processor to fit up to 12 High Density Universal DVI or 10 HDBaseT and 2…

Hitachi America, Ltd. CP-WU13K

As part of Hitachi’s Professional Series, the CP-WU13K projector is a true achievement in graphics display technology and performance. Offering the most advanced functionality with flexible installation features, the CP-WU13K is a perfect choice for large auditoriums, conference rooms, museums, and concert or stage productions.

Black Box DKM HD Video and Matrix Switch

The DKM FX and FX Compact HD video and peripheral switching system for collaborative environments is instantaneous switching and extension of high-definition video, audio, and data over CATx or single-mode fiber cable.

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