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Ki Pro GO

AJA Ships Ki Pro GO Multi-Channel H.264 Recorder/Player

AJA Ki Pro GO suitable for live events, concerts, sports stadiums, medical facilities, TV broadcasts and other live production scenarios.

ControlSpace

Bose Professional Shipping ControlSpace CSP-1248 and CSP-428 Commercial Sound Processors

New Bose ControlSpace commercial sound processors and digital wall controllers include quick configuration and intelligent algorithms.

Userful, Userful InfoComm, Userful video wall

Key Features for Your AV-over-IP Solution

Userful’s Daniel Griffin lays out several keys to a successful AV-over-IP solution platform.

commercial outdoor speakers

7 of the Best Commercial Outdoor Speakers in 2019

Outdoor audio is growing in popularity — here are some of the best commercial outdoor speakers available for commercial applications.

mass notification

The Behavioral Science Behind Mass Notification

Understanding the research behind code- and psychology-based mass notification system design best practices can help security and AV companies deliver effective solutions.

MXA910

Shure Must Stop Selling MXA910 Ceiling-Mounted Microphone After ClearOne Secures Preliminary Injunction

U.S. District Court judge sides with ClearOne in latest ruling in ongoing court battle over patented beamforming audio technology & the Shure MXA910.

Structured Cable Sales Show Signs of AV-over-IP Adoption

The Siemon Company has a window into AV-over-IP adoption via its uptick in dealers entering the structured cabling market.

Dante Reference Design Kit

Audinate Announces Dante Reference Design for NXP i.MX 8M Mini ARM-based Applications Processor

Audinate allows ARM-driven audio product manufacturers based on NXP i.MX 8M Mini applications processor can enable Dante audio-over-IP as on-chip software.

DTP2 T 203

Extron Ships DTP2 T 203 Three-Input 4K/60 4:4:4 Switcher with Integrated DTP2 Transmitter

Extron DTP2 T 203 three-input switcher works best for discreet installations in lecterns, beneath tables and places where tech doesn’t need to be seen.