Steve Montgomery looks at the current state of line array loudspeaker development and how the latest designs are meeting a need for smaller fixed installations.Full Story...
Telephony opens up a whole new market
Enterprise telephony is competitive and complex. So why would AV firms want to enter that market? As Tim Kridel found, the revenue opportunity might be too good to pass up.Full Story...
Compact line arrays provide power in small packages
Small steps in the flat panel displays market
Tough competition in South Africa
InfoComm 2015 show report
Prestigious school updates theatre audio
AMX acquires IP video specialist SVSi
Beyond Wi-Fi: Is cellular taking over?
Microphones plug into the network
Catch the immersive audio wave
World's first e-ink traffic signs installed
The Australian city of Sydney is the first in the world to install e-ink traffic signs. Slovenian digital signage company Visionect has worked with the New South Wales' Road and Maritime Services (RMS) agency to install digital signage around the city to improve daily transit and simplify road sign deployment. The displays will also significantly help cut the costs of changing road signs to reflect upcoming events. Full Story...
Interactive fog screen supports mixed reality
AMX and Microsoft announce Surface Hub partnership
Increased demand delays Microsoft Surface Hub
Bosch launches Paviro PA/VA system
Bosch aids remote management
Leadership of AV Stumpfl passed on to next generation
CDS introduces low cost videowall displays
Sharp launches 70-in Big Pad
Leyard unveils 1.2mm pixel pitch display
Made to measure AV at engineering HQ
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Community weatherproofs with new material
Community takes a new approach to protect I Series loudspeaker cabinets from the weather that also reduces turnaround times.
Aero 20A from D.A.S.
Darrin Young from D.A.S. intros the Aero 20A line array module that incorporates a Powersoft amp module.
SVSi expands windowing processor with N3510
Mark Templeton from SVSi by AMX takes InAVate.TV through the features of the company's N3510 windowing processor.