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Alcorn McBride Supplies Digital Audio and Video Players for the Exhibit at the Historic Brooklyn Navy Yard

The rich history of the Brooklyn Navy Yard from before the Revolutionary War to its exciting rebirth in the 21st century has found a home in Bldg 92′s Brooklyn Navy Yard Center (BNYC). An exhibit and visitors center operated as a program of the Brooklyn Navy Yard Development Corporation, the BNYC features a number of exhibits implementing Alcorn McBride Digital Video Machines and Digital Audio Machines.

The BNYC showcases the history and innovation of the Brooklyn Navy Yard where many warships – including the Civil War’s famous U.S.S. Monitor – were built and which today serves as model of industrial re-use and green manufacturing. The space occupies former naval officers’ quarters and offers interactive and conventional exhibits, videos and artifacts.

Design/build integrator Videosonic Systems, Inc. worked with museum designer Robin Parkinson to help communicate the ideas contained within the design package. “We’ve had a lot of success with Alcorn McBride products over the years,” says Glenn Polly, of Videosonic. “They’re a well-known staple for museums thanks to their bullet-proof performance and reliability.”

Videosonic senior project manager/programmer Eugene Ababio notes that “the Brooklyn Navy Yard has a pretty solid history and a lot to say” in the BNYC. “Our priority was to make sure we could provide technology that would not hinder the storytelling process.”

He points out that in an exhibit-type installation, “all the devices are critical components and at the BNYC all those devices were Alcorn players. That said, you might think you’d spend most of your time testing and troubleshooting ’til close out. But not with Alcorn. The units were very powerful products yet simple to set up and manage.”

The ground floor of the BNYC features a photo montage comprised of five 46-inch Samsung displays driven by five Alcorn McBride DVM-7400 Digital Video Machines. Each display contains a motion detector so when visitors approach they trigger the story of the photo showcased. Focused audio is provided via soundtrap-housed speakers and Alcorn McBride AM4 Digital Audio Machines. All of the playback equipment is located in an IT server room back of house.

The BNYC’s second floor has rooms documenting different periods in the Navy Yard’s history. Videosonic selected Alcorn McBride AM4 Digital Audio Machines to deliver information about various artifacts when visitors pick up exhibit handsets. The orientation theater also features an Alcorn McBride DVM-7400 Digital Video Machine, which drives the display on a 70-inch screen.

The third floor includes models of ships with embedded video monitors. All are triggered by motion detectors and driven by Alcorn McBride DVM-7400 video players. Additional DVM-7400s provide playback in a wing whose porthole viewers/monitors detail battleship construction. Another, rugged-style theater space, built from rusty corrugated aluminum and cyclone fencing, tells the story of the Navy Yard’s very successful reinvention. It houses a 70-inch monitor fed by a DVM-7400 video player.

Ababio reports that Alcorn McBride’s tech support throughout was “excellent. I’ve worked with a lot of AV gear for the last 15 years, and it’s impossible not to run into situations where you need help from tech support. Unfortunately, sometimes it’s difficult to find more than a few technicians who know their products inside out. I never had this issue with Alcorn; everyone I spoke with had an excellent understanding of their products and was able to offer instant solutions.”

He adds that the Alcorn McBride products easily supported the multiple content providers contracted by the BNYC. “The project incorporated a number of content providers who didn’t all use the same technology. Thank goodness, Alcorn supports all the major file formats and compression rates. It was a relief for the content providers to hear us say, ‘Yeah, we can support that.’”

Southside Design’s Sam Morse was the exhibit fabricator for the BNYC.

About Alcorn McBride:
Founded in 1986, Alcorn McBride is the leading manufacturer of show control, audio and video equipment for the themed entertainment industry, and a rapidly growing provider of audio and video systems for retail environments and transportation applications. Staffed by some of the industry’s best engineers and backed by outstanding customer support, the company has demonstrated great agility in bringing new designs to market. A hallmark of Alcorn McBride products is their durable, zero maintenance design. The company’s products provide consistent, reliable operation for audio and video playback applications worldwide. For more information, visit www.alcorn.com.

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Western Carolina University Upgrades Ramsey Activity Center With HARMAN’s JBL Loudspeakers

NORTHRIDGE, California – Western Carolina University’s Liston B. Ramsey Regional Activity Center hosts the University’s basketball and volleyball teams as well as a variety of special events and concerts. Although rich in tradition, WCU’s administrators recently recognized that older isn’t always better, calling on consulting firm Acoustical Design Group to help upgrade the sound system at the Ramsey Center with HARMAN’s JBL loudspeakers.

Acoustical Design Group worked directly with WCU to come up with an ideal audio system for the Center, which was installed by Raleigh, North Carolina-based contractor Strategic Connections. “Right from the start, we were able to talk with the University about the best products for the new system,” said Ian Wolfe of Acoustical Design Group. “It was apparent the University had a preference for JBL loudspeakers, as did we.”

The system upgrade began with replacing the center cluster with JBL PD5212/95 loudspeakers in a 360-degree arrangement. “The PD5212/95 is ideal for this purpose because it delivers high output with excellent pattern control,” Wolfe said. “Because the University wanted to maintain this center cluster for its basketball and volleyball games, we used the existing framework and winching system.”

Because the center cluster is near the scoreboard above the middle of the court, supplemental PD5212/95 loudspeakers were added to fill in the acoustic shadow created by the scoreboard, along with several JBL AM7212 loudspeakers for additional downfill.

The system upgrade went beyond replacing the existing center cluster, however. “WCU wanted a system that would accommodate University-based activities such as convocations and conferences along with concerts by regional artists who previously had to bring in rental systems,” Wolfe noted.

Wolfe and his team decided on JBL VERTEC(r) VT4887A compact line array elements, along with a stack of six ASB6128 subwoofers. “This system does double duty-when it’s not used for concerts, it can be moved to a different location for sporting events,” Wolfe said. “We had Strategic Connections rig the speakers to a system of chain motors and cables that allow the staff to move them to the required location without having to bring in riggers.”

In addition to concerts, sporting events, and conferences, the Ramsey Activity Center hosts student orientations at the beginning of each school year. “For orientations, WCU places a stage on the floor to create a ‘mini auditorium.’ For this application, the full VERTEC system would be overkill, so two JBL CBT 100LA column speakers mounted right into the existing lighting truss provide adequate coverage for about 1,000 people,” Wolfe added.

To complete the installation, JBL Control 26CT in-ceiling speakers were placed throughout the concourse. “WCU wanted the ability to send an independent audio feed to this area for trade shows, banquets and other activities,” Wolfe said. “The concourse also overlooks the football stadium and, during games, some spectators are seated in the concourse area. The concourse loudspeakers provide stadium sound during those games.”

“We’re very happy with the sound as is WCU, and Strategic Connections did a great job in keeping everything within budget and installing everything exactly according to plan,” Wolfe concluded.

This past March WCU installed its newest Chancellor using the “RAC” as the location for the ceremony. The show consisted of a 60-piece orchestra, 30-voice choir, brass quintet, regimental drum recessional, podium mics, national anthem mic, and three wireless lapel microphones. This, to many at WCU, was the most important event to occur on campus in 17 years (since the last installation ceremony). Ryan Fisher of WCU reported, “The arena sounded like a digital cinema soundtrack. Everyone was thrilled and there were plenty of compliments. The system performed absolutely perfectly.”

For more information on Acoustical Design Group, please visit www.adgkc.com

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG(r), Harman Kardon(r), Infinity(r), JBL(r), Lexicon(r) and Mark Levinson(r). The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,000 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.3 billion for the twelve months ended March 31, 2012. The Company’s shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYSE:HAR.

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FiROBO Corporation Retains Three New Rep Firms

N & S Marketing, Creative Marketing, and Audio Video Marketing to represent network solution firm’s products in the Northwest, Southeast, and South Central USA.
McKINNEY, Texas | May 8, 2012 | One week after publicly announcing the formation of FiROBO corporation, a company that provides zero configuration, enterprise level managed network solutions for the residential and commercial A/V integrators, the company announced they have reached formal agreements with 3 manufacturer’s rep firms to represent FiROBO’s products and services. more

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Broadcast Pix Hires Damon Stewart as Western Region Sales Manager

Billerica, Massachusetts – Broadcast Pix™ today announced that Damon Stewart has joined the company as its western region sales manager, effective May 1.

Stewart has spent more than 15 years working in the professional video industry, including 10 years at Apple in several management positions. For three years, he managed Apple’s pro video and film value added reseller channel for the Western United States. Most recently, he worked at Advanced Digital Video in Roseville, Calif., where he provided video production consulting to several California state agencies.

“I am very excited about Damon joining our organization. We’ve added another all-star industry vet,” said Don Riegle, director of North American sales. “He will help Broadcast Pix aggressively strengthen relationships in the western region, working alongside sales engineer Chuck Williamson.”

Stewart will be based in Roseville, Calif. He can be reached at (916) 837-0530 or via e-mail at damon@broadcastpix.com.

About Broadcast Pix Broadcast Pix is a leader in live video production systems. Its Video Control Centers™ empower operators with patented techniques that combine cameras, clips and graphics to create compelling live video. The integration of a multi-format switcher, clip store, graphics system with a Harris or Chyron CG, and device controls provides the lowest cost of ownership at a fraction of the cost of a conventional control room to buy, staff and operate. Systems range from compact systems controlled by a touch-screen or voice-automation to sophisticated 2 M/E control panels. Customers include leading broadcast, corporate, education, religious, government, webcast, entertainment and mobile studios in more than 100 countries. Learn more at www.broadcastpix.com.

Broadcast Pix is a trademark of Broadcast Pix, Inc. Patented.

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NEP Studios Selects Autoscript Teleprompting Gear to Help Automate Newsroom and Studio Productions in New York

SHELTON, CT, MAY 8, 2012—NEP Studios, a division of NEP Broadcasting, LLC, and one of the largest independent providers of studio production and post-production facilities in Manhattan, recently purchased a quantity of Autoscript equipment for use at its Studio 33, Studio 52, Studio 54, 5th Avenue Studio and Midtown Studio locations. By selecting teleprompters and prompting software from Autoscript, part of Vitec Videocom, a Vitec Group company, and the world’s leading teleprompting company, NEP Studios is able to streamline and help automate the variety of productions it works on.

Known for its premier talent and technical expertise, NEP Studios recently purchased a series of 17- and 19-inch teleprompter monitors (LED17TFT and LED19TFT, respectively), 15-inch talent monitors, +ClockPlus+ timecode displays and +WinPlus-News+ software from Autoscript for use in five of its nine state-of-the-art studio facilities in Manhattan. Autoscript’s LED17TFT and LED19TFT wide-angle, on-camera prompters incorporate the latest in Autoscript’s illumination technology, the TFT (thin-film transistor) LED system. Unlike CCFLs (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Tubes), which take many minutes to reach full efficiency and light output, the LED17TFT and LED19TFT offer instant warm-up to full brightness. In addition, these on-camera teleprompters come with a wide-angle hood, making them optimal for news- or studio-based productions.

“The equipment is being used in various ways, from a standard prompting system with talent monitor and clock showing running time, to a more sophisticated solution integrated with the Avid iNEWS or ENPS systems, depending on the installation,” says Frank Lanzer, senior engineer and project engineering manager for NEP Studios. Autoscript’s +WinPlus-News+ software is a powerful and versatile prompting package that features user-friendly drop-down menus and configurable display options. The +WinPlus News+ package comes complete with a configurable five-button Deskpad Optical Scroll Control and a PCI Promptcard, which provides two video outputs (PAL/NTSC) and Genlock option. Autoscript now also offers the WinPlus PCI card with an optional SDI card with five video outputs.

+WinPlus-News+ is compatible with all leading newsroom systems, including ENPS and iNEWS, which allows NEP Studios to integrate show rundowns and clip information. The incorporated use of both ENPS and iNEWS with the WinPlus software provides NEP Studios with an all-in-one solution for show rundowns, cues and prompting.

“The studio setup is fairly straightforward, so we are using the complete Autoscript solution,” says Frank Lanzer, senior engineer and project engineering manager for NEP Studios. “From mounting plates and weights to monitors and clocks, Autoscript has given us a simplified, scalable solution without the need to fabricate any mounting brackets—we can quickly reconfigure the prompters as needed for a particular application.” The +ClockPlus+ is an LED SMPTE/EBU timecode display that has the added feature of changing color from green to red when a suitable Tally input is applied.

The New York NEP Studios were built and configured for the specific needs of individual clients, so the equipment used varies between locations. Typically the studios’ equipment complement includes Vinten pedestals and Jimmy Jibs, with prompters, talent monitors and +ClockPlus+ displays, shooting with either Sony or Thomson HD cameras, using Canon and Fuji lenses. What’s more, the studio infrastructures includes Trinix and Concerto routing switchers, EVS and K2 disk recorders, Sony XD Cam Decks, Kalypso, Kayak and Sony 8000 switchers.

For more information and to find an authorized Autoscript dealer, please visit www.Autoscript.tv or contact ussales@autoscript.tv.

About Autoscript

Established in the UK in 1984, with headquarters in the US and the UK, Autoscript is the world leader in the prompting industry. Autoscript provides a complete range of teleprompters for PC and the i-Series, the best designed and built hardware, PC cards and software, and—with its expanding line of intuitive accessories—is the new definition in prompting. Autoscript is a member of the Vitec Group. For more information visit www.autoscript.tv.

About Vitec Videocom
Vitec Videocom brings together some of the most respected, most innovative and most sought-after brands in the industry: Anton/Bauer, Autoscript, Litepanels, OConnor, Petrol Bags, Sachtler, Vinten and Vinten Radamec. It acts as an endorsing brand for these market-leading broadcast, film and pro video products, encouraging multi-brand system sales and simplifying the way that customers worldwide do business.

Vitec Videocom is an operating division within the Vitec Group, an international business serving customers in the broadcast, photographic and military aerospace and government markets. Vitec is based on strong, well known, premium brands on which its customers rely on worldwide.

Vitec Videocom – innovative products around the camera.

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TMP Pibrac Theatre Invests in new HARMAN Soundcraft(r) Vi1 Console

PIBRAC, France – Built in 1989, the Théâtre Musical de Pibrac (TMP) is a popular concert and music-based theatre, situated 10 minutes from the centre of Toulouse. With an amphitheatre-style main auditorium, seating 448 (750 standing) it also has a separate lobby, exhibition area, café theatre, rehearsal and reception areas. The theatre receives incoming shows as well as producing its own, with resident company, Figaro & Co.

TMP recently decided to overhaul its distribution network and at the same time upgrade its HARMAN Soundcraft analogue desk to digital, which would be placed on its new Riedel RockNet backbone.

“We needed a desk both to run our own shows and for the incoming productions-and therefore it needed to be one that would be familiar to the bulk of technicians,” said theatre director, Stéphane Novak. “In particular we were looking for a compact desk, with good de-esser and compatibility with the RockNet card for the stage preamp.”

Before making their choice, three of the theatre’s technical team reviewed several of the market leaders, but following a demonstration, placed their order for a Soundcraft Vi1 with local dealers, Spotco. This was delivered in January this year, accompanied by after-sales training from the supplier-and pressed straight into service.

The Vi1 is the smallest sibling of Soundcraft’s popular Vi digital range, which began with the Vi6. This takes the platform to a more affordable level with a reduced footprint that retains the acclaimed Vistonics(tm) user interface and signature Vi sound quality. The Vi1 represents a complete standalone console package with 32 channels of analogue input (64 channels to mix when attached to stagebox) to 27 analogue outputs, plus six digital inputs, four stereo FX returns and six digital outputs in one chassis.

“We are satisfied that we made the correct purchase,” Novak said. “We particularly like the quality of the EQ, the onboard dynamics and the routing.”

Pibrac itself may only have a population of 8,500 but they can be proud that the local commune has invested in a facility that is so highly appreciated.

HARMAN (www.harman.com) designs, manufactures and markets a wide range of audio and infotainment solutions for the automotive, consumer and professional markets – supported by 15 leading brands, including AKG(r), Harman Kardon(r), Infinity(r), JBL(r), Lexicon(r) and Mark Levinson(r). The Company is admired by audiophiles across multiple generations and supports leading professional entertainers and the venues where they perform. More than 25 million automobiles on the road today are equipped with HARMAN audio and infotainment systems. HARMAN has a workforce of about 13,000 people across the Americas, Europe and Asia, and reported net sales of $4.3 billion for the twelve months ended March 31, 2012. The Company’s shares are traded on the New York Stock Exchange under the symbol NYSE:HAR.

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Early Bird Registration Extended for Women in CE’s Career Enhancement Forum: ‘Power Your Career in Consumer Electronics’

$199 Registration Fee Extended to May 25; New Panels Announced for June 26 Event

HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — May 8, 2012 — Early bird registration has been extended through May 25 for the Women in Consumer Electronics (CE) Career Enhancement Forum, scheduled for June 26 in conjunction with CE Week in New York City. With the theme “Power Your Career in Consumer Electronics,” the inaugural Career Enhancement Forum will be held at the Rubin Museum of Art, 150 West 17th Street, New York City. The forum is sponsored by Women in CE, an industry organization that promotes the advancement of women in the consumer electronics industry. more

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Vista Spyder X20 Manages Content On Three Sets At China State Broadcaster’s New U.S. Hub

China’s state broadcaster CCTV (China Central Television) recently launched its new U.S. hub in Washington, D.C. with the Vista Spyder X20-0808 video processor managing graphics and video content and feeding it to three sets.

The U.S. operation delivers English-language programming to China and the Washington hub is the latest in CCTV’s worldwide expansion – which includes a studio in Nairobi, Kenya, a European bureau, and a newsgathering bureau and studio in Dubai. CCTV operates 16 national channels in China and claims a global TV audience of one billion.

“Spyder is very well known in the broadcast world as a high-end video processor with a very good reputation in the industry,” says Caroline Aldridge, COO and project manager for Oceanside, California’s Broadcast Design International, Inc., (BDI) a full-service, international set design and construction company.

“Everything in the three sets can change – with lighting, video or graphics giving them a completely different look,” notes Aldridge. “CCTV wanted to use the latest and greatest of everything while maintaining a clean, elegant on-air look and lots of silver and gray-toned textures.”

BDI teamed with Philadelphia-based Video Visions, Inc to enable CCTV to manipulate PAL video and graphics seamlessly across multiple high- and low-resolution displays. The three Vista Spyder X20 video processors control an array of video walls, LEDs and flat-panel displays on three sets – displaying HDSDI-driven titles, logos, graphic elements, breaking news and interviews.

“We use Spyder often for large video wall arrays,” reports Video Visions, Inc. project manager Jeff Pasternak CTS. “It’s by far the best processor out there. Spyder seamlessly manipulates graphics or video across the studios despite different pixel counts and resolutions.”

One Spyder X20 is dedicated to Studio A’s CCTV News Center set where it feeds video and logo graphics to a curved Sun Coast 4mm LED screen on the middle of the anchor desk and, across the back of the set, a curved video wall comprising 42-inch Orion flat panels in a 3 by 7 configuration. In that same studio, it also feeds a 103-inch Panasonic flat panel (with U-Touch touchscreen control) to the right of the video wall. In the News Center’s stand-up section, the Spyder also manages content on the three 32-inch horizontal and one 65-inch vertical Panasonic flat panels.

The second Spyder X20 is used for the “Biz Asia America” show and other financial news programming originating from the other side of Studio A. This Spyder X20 manages and controls content to another Sun Coast 4mm LED screen mounted to the front of the anchor desk, an L-shaped 4 by 5 video wall composed of 42-inch Orion flat panels, two Sun Coast 8 mm LEDs flanking the video wall, and, to the left, an 85-inch Panasonic flat panel with U-Touch touchscreen control.

Studio B has its own dedicated Spyder X20 for the monitors and LED screens on its news set. Here, the Spyder feeds a 2 x 5 curved videowall featuring 42-inch Orion flat panels bookended by Sun Coast 8mm LEDs for graphic displays. A 103-inch Panasonic flat panel to the right displays breaking news. On the left, vertically mounted with the ability to rotate, a 42-inch Panasonic flat panel can serve as the anchor’s over-the-shoulder monitor and display remote guest appearances. A triangular box on the desktop has white LED lighting with the Spyder X20 feeding a Sun Coast 4mm LED on the front of the desk.

An additional Spyder X20 is available in a separate control room for future Chinese-language shows.

Jeff Pasternak recalls that he got goose bumps when he saw the image quality on the very high-resolution video walls and low-resolution LEDs, and how seamless the image flow is from Spyder.

“Spyder is so sophisticated but to the operator it’s relatively simple to run,” he notes. “After a few training sessions, the operators became fluent: They can preprogram plots, hit cue and step through them or have them sequence automatically. It is impressive to watch people with no experience with the product adopt it and use it to its full potential. Spyder is so user-friendly that they’re exploring new possibilities.”

Pasternak adds that, “Vista’s support of Spyder is excellent. In fact, it’s a major selling point from an integrator’s standpoint.”

About Vista Systems
Vista Systems was acquired by Christie, a global leader in visual solutions for business, entertainment and industry, to create a comprehensive source for image processing and projection solutions. The acquisition combines the power and flexibility of Vista’s video switchers and real-time windowing and composition products with the power, performance and reliability of award-winning Christie projection systems. Vista Systems’ switchers have become the industry standard for live multiple-destination video and data mixed signal switching. For more information on Vista Systems, visit their website at www.vistasystems.net.

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Look Solutions’ Unique Hazer Enhances Services at Oakbrook Church

Look Solutions’ Unique hazer continues to play an important role in weekend services and special events at Kokomo, Indiana’s Oakbrook Church.

The Unique hazer is deployed in two different rooms at the church’s campus, which was built in 2005. “We have been using it for two Sunday morning services and one Sunday evening service for a number of years,” says program director Jason Lee. “It enhances the lighting of our three cycs. We use LED, halogen and conventional theatrical lighting but without the Unique hazer you couldn’t see the beams.”

The Unique2 haze machine offers minimal warm up time, minimal noise and minimal fluid consumption. Its new, more efficient fan quickly distributes haze in a room, and its variable output can achieve any desired effect from the finest mist to a thick haze similar to fog.

Lee notes that, “once we decided to go with a non-oil-based hazer to protect our other equipment, Looks Solutions’ Unique stood out as the best. We could really push the room with it – it’s been great.”

He explains that the Unique hazer “replaced a hazer that we had a lot of problems with. We work the Unique hard once a week on Sunday, and we love the self-cleaning feature, which purges the lines. We used to have to remember to clean the lines ourselves with our old system.”

About Look Solutions

Based in Germany, Look Solutions manufactures high-performance fog machines, haze machines, battery-powered mini-foggers, low-foggers, accessories and fluids at reasonable prices. Look Solutions USA, located in western Maryland, serves customers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico. For more information, or to request a demo machine for evaluation, visit www.looksolutionsusa.com or call Hunter Totty, Director of Operations, at 1-800-426-4189. Look Solutions’ Technical Service line is 646-300-0520.

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**** Photo: Altinex TNP162 Interconnect Box ****

Brea, CA – May 2012… Altinex, a leading manufacturer of Signal Management Solutions®, is pleased to announce the availability of the dual input-type TNP162 / TNP162C Interconnect Boxes, a new addition to the ever-expanding line of Tilt ‘N Plug interconnect offerings. As a compact interconnect solution designed for installation into tables, podiums, or other furniture as part of an AV presentation system, the new TNP162 / TNP162C offers convenient, one touch access to a variety of video, audio, computer, network, and power connections—making the tabletop connection point attractive for any boardroom or conference room table. more


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