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AV News to Know May 22, 2020: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: Tools to enhance post-pandemic outbreak living, enhancing shelter-in-place compliance and d&b product warranty extension.

MusiCares Foundation

Shure Works with Musicians to Start #FoundSoundChallenge for MusiCares Foundation

Well-known musicians using household items to make music at home during pandemic outbreak to support MusiCares Foundation.

Sound Sanctuary Bose

Bose Helping Coronavirus Frontline Workers Through Sound Sanctuary Giveaway

Bose will give 30 health care workers helping patients dealing with the coronavirus a pair of noise-canceling headphones or a Bluetooth speaker.

JBL Professional Debuts Cinema Expansion Series Line of Commercial Theater Sound Systems

Three-way screen speakers, surrounds, subwoofers and companion Crown amplifier provide premium sound for small- to midsize theaters

SE215

Shure Donates Headphones to Chicago Students and Teachers for Online Learning

Shure donation of almost $80,000 of SE215 sound-isolating earphone to Chicago Public Schools will enhance distance learning.

Supreme Court Livestream

AV in the Courtroom: Supreme Court Streams Arguments for First Time

The Supreme Court has begun livestreaming oral arguments for the first time, and this could open up opportunities for AV integrators.

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AV News to Know May 8, 2020: New Products, Cool Projects and People in New Places

In this week’s edition: QSC releases software-based Dante for Q-SYS, Dubai Airport gets extra control and USAV Group adds new partners.

InfoComm 2020 Connected

InfoComm 2020 Connected to Feature Keynotes, Networking, Trade Show

Global event will feature expanded hours, opportunities for interaction, product comparison sessions, awards presentations and more.

ClearOne, ClearOne's BMA CTH

ClearOne Defeats Shure’s Motion for Temporary Restraining Order

Shure had asked federal court in Delaware to force ClearOne to stop the sale of all ceiling tile beamforming array products.

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