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Radial Filler Panels Keep 500 Series Racks Dust & Dirt Free

Radial Engineering has just announced its new Solo and Duo filler panels for its line of 500 series racks.

Cornell’s Sage Chapel Turns 7 Feet of Amplification into 7 Inches With Ashly Audio

Ashly Audio products condense the processing and amplification system at Cornell University’s Sage Chapel.

Extron Adds Processor to DTP CrossPoint 84 Line of Products

The new DTP CrossPoint 84 IPCP provides Extron dealers with an all-in-one 4K matrix switcher, two built-in independent scalers, integrated DTP and XTP transmitters and receivers, and a mono/stereo amplifier with DSP capabilities.

Yamaha Acquires Audio Solutions Manufacturer Revolabs

Deal helps parent company Yamaha grow enterprise presence for audio equipment.

Exploring the Benefits of Integrating AV into Museums and Galleries

Curators are looking for dynamic and engaging solutions to keep the attention of their increasingly tech-savvy visitors.

Explore the 100 Hottest Nightclubs and Bars

Check out Nightclub and Bar’s Top 100 nightlife venues, ranked by revenue, for 2014.

17 Year Old Transforms Trinity Baptist Church for ‘Epic Weekend’

Teenager Will Flavin of Flavin Lighting Design integrated technology into live production featuring state-of-the-art sound, lighting and video at Trinity Baptist Church.

3 Tips for Overcoming Open-Space AV Challenges

Open-plan office layouts look nice, but where is the AV gear supposed to go?

HP Invites Business Community to Meet Its New Chromebox

The computing and technology company HP teased its soon-to-be-released Chromebox for consumer and business users that includes a number of tools and features backed by Google and HP technologies.

Atlas to Compensate Firms that Spec Its Products

In an open letter to the integration industry, Atlas CEO Loyd Ivey says he’s standing up for firms that write great specs only to be swept away by low-price competitors.