A virtual press conference from Sound & Video Contractor

Archive for June, 2012

XPAND 3D Announces High Frame Rate Capability at CineEurope 2012

BARCELONA, Spain – At CineEurope 2012, XPAND 3D is announcing that all XPAND glasses fully support single and double flash high frame rate (HFR) viewing, answering the demand for HFR capability in 3D cinema systems.

Today, cinemas are showing 3D movies at 24 frames per second (FPS) per eye (48 FPS in total), with left and right images (fields) being sequentially displayed. Each field is also flashed three times (triple flashing), therefore the field rate-corresponding to the shuttering rate of the 3D glasses-is 144 Hz.

New 3D movies, shot at high frame rates, can be shot at 60 FPS or 48 FPS. These movies can be screened without any flashing, resulting in field rates of 120 Hz and 96 Hz, respectively. All XPAND 3D cinema products support single flash HFR.

“It is still too soon to know if flashing will be used with HFR content; therefore the technology to accomplish this is built into all new XPAND products,” said Maria Costeira, CEO, XPAND 3D. “If double flash is chosen, new 3D movies produced at 48 FPS will be screened by showing the same frame twice, resulting in 192 Hz field rate.

Every XPAND 3D system including legacy systems are already HFR single flash-ready. XPAND 3D is committed to providing exhibitor partners with comprehensive inclusive solutions and will support double flash HFR if this HFR practice becomes prevalent in the future. Going HFR double flash with XPAND 3D is an easy and cost-effective procedure. For more information about XPAND’s upgrade procedure, please send an email to info@xpandcinema.com.

For more information on XPAND 3D, please visit www.xpand.me

About XPAND 3D:
XPAND 3D is the global leader in 3D technologies for cinema, with systems used by over 5,000 3D cinemas in more than 50 countries. XPAND 3D is also the 3D solution of choice for home, business, post-production, education, military, medical and professional 3D applications. XPAND 3D designs, manufactures and OEMs a range of consumer electronics 3D solutions that are driving the 3D revolution. XPAND is committed to advancing the state-of-the art in technology to provide consumers, businesses, educators and medical professionals with the comprehensive advantages of stereoscopic 3D. XPAND provides glasses on a linear scale from the most advanced and feature-packed for sophisticated surgical, training and home theater to more ruggedized and affordable for cinema and mass market use. X6D Limited is a global company whose products and services are marketed under the XPAND brand name.

New high-brightness, high-value E-Vision series projectors with Warp, Blend & lens memory revealed

Atlanta, GA (InfoComm 2012) – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announces a bold expansion of their E-Vision series–the newest platform in DPI’s high-brightness, high-value projection line. DPI’s new E-Vision 1080p-8000 and E-Vision WUXGA 8000 introduce advanced display features such as integrated image Warp & Blend, Lens Memory and advanced resolution options to the E-Vision series. Additionally, the new models deliver more

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: InfoComm Newslink, News |

Digital Projection reveals new 12,000 lumen TITAN projectors with Warp & Blend, 3D capability

Atlanta, GA (InfoComm 2012) – Digital Projection International (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high-performance projection systems, announces a major expansion of their flagship TITAN projector line with the new, 12,000 lumen TITAN 800-3D series. Incredibly compact for its lumen performance, the TITAN 800 platform incorporates DPI’s advanced image Warp and Blend capabilities, available 3D capability and a host of professional features to suit almost any commercial more

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: InfoComm Newslink, News |

SunBriteTV Showcases 65-inch Model at InfoComm 2012, SB-6560HD is Largest True Outdoor Television

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, June 14, 2012 – Bringing outdoor entertainment to a new level of enjoyment, SunBriteTV, the innovator and global leader in outdoor TV technology, announced at InfoComm 2012 the availability of its Model SB-6560HD 65-inch Signature Series outdoor LCD TV – the largest true outdoor television. The SB-6560HD delivers clear, bright full-HD 1080p images even in strong sunlight, and features rugged all-weather construction to withstand extreme environmental conditions. The SB-6560HD is on exhibit at InfoComm 2012 in the Central Hall, Booth #C9349.

“The SB-6560HD is our biggest-ever TV, and was created to meet the growing consumer demand for larger screen sizes of outdoor TVs,” noted Tom Dixon, vice president of marketing, SunBriteTV. “As part of our Signature Series, the SB-6560HD offers the ultimate in all-weather durability and features, along with exceptional picture quality and versatile installation options.”

The SunBriteTV SB-6560HD features highly durable, powder-coated aluminum construction with an anti-reflective, UV-coated protective front glass that is built into the enclosure and located in front of the LED screen. The SB-6560HD resists moisture, rain, snow, dust, insects and temperature extremes from 24 degrees below zero to up to 122 degrees, and incorporates an internal climate control system with a filtered multi-fan airflow system. . Its watertight, sealed pass-through cable entry system keeps cables dry and allows for easy installation.

The TV includes a powerful, 20-watt detachable speaker module that delivers better sound than indoor TVs. The SB-6560HD is available in black, silver, and white finish and comes with a moisture-resistant remote control.

The SB-6560HD provides a full complement of audio, video and control connections including two HDMI(tm) inputs, component A/V, S-Video and composite video inputs, an RF CATV/antenna connection, stereo audio inputs and a VGA computer input. The SB-6560HD also includes a coaxial digital audio output, a headphone jack and an RS-232C port and discrete IR input for integrated audio/video control systems.

Like all SunBriteTV models, the SB-6560HD can be wall-, ceiling or pole-mounted. SunBriteTV offers a complete lineup of ceiling and articulating and tiltable wall mounts, as well as a deck/planter pole mount, a removable tabletop stand and a choice of dust covers.

The SunBriteTV Model 65-inch Signature Line outdoor LCD TV is currently available at a suggested retail price of $5,995.00. The SB-6560HD is backed by a two-year warranty.

For more information on SunBriteTV please visit www.sunbritetv.com.

About SunBriteTV
SunBriteTV’s all-weather televisions have been time-tested in home installations, outdoor sports arenas, restaurant and hotel patios and even on military vehicles participating in field operations. All models are available through SunBriteTV’s network of Authorized Dealers. To inquire about becoming an Authorized Dealer, contact SunBriteTV at 866.357.8688, or visit the Dealer Inquiry page at www.sunbritetv.com.

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: New Products, News, Tradeshow News |

Peltrix Aids in Rebirth of Historic Howard Theater with Yamaha Consoles

BUENA PARK, Calif.—For decades, The Howard Theater was more than a theater; it was an institution, a place where performers of color could get a foothold in the profession, where the community could listen to the sounds and power of the black musician. Sadly neglected since the early 1980s, today the theater is enjoying a rebirth and a entering a new era in its long and prestigious history.

As part of its rebirth, contracting firm Peltrix (New York) installed two Yamaha PM5D-RH digital consoles, one at front of house and one at the monitor position. The theater, which seats 600 and houses 1,000 for standing-room only events, hosts high-caliber music performances as well as corporate and political events, given its proximity to the Capitol and its adjacent location to Howard University.

Peltrix owner, Amit Peleg, was brought in to replace another designer in August 2009. The building design plans were at 30% completion at the time but it was early enough to allow Peltrix to do what was needed in the design stage. It took two and a half years from the point Peltrix was brought in to completion of the theater’s overhaul. In addition to the design, the Company was responsible for the integration and installation of the AV system along with assisting the new owners to hire and train production staff.

“We were recommended by the Bensusan Group who are the operators of the Howard Theater, since we’d worked for them at other venues in the past, such as the Blue Note and BB King’s in New York, states Peleg. Since we are very familiar with their type of business and style of operation, it made communication with the Howard Theater Restoration developers easier.“

Peleg said the building was completely gutted, and the outer walls were supported externally while a basement was dug and new foundation was put in. This allowed Peltrix to fit a completely modern system into a historical building that originally was never meant for amplified music. “I actually set the requirements which were based on my experience working with the operators on their other venues,” says Peleg.

The philosophy behind this installation, Peleg said, was to put in a system that is rider-friendly and flexible since the space is used for many styles and genres of music along with private parties and corporate events. “We needed a system that could accommodate anything thrown at it without the need for modifications, augmentation or replacement of gear on a per-show basis, he notes. We went the extra mile to design a very flexible wiring scheme that allows patching of any kind of signal anywhere in the building and everywhere on stage along with preparation for expansion for a recording studio planned in the near future. The Yamaha PM5D-RH consoles were the most logical fit for this kind of setup. We are running the consoles at 96k using a Big Ben external clock that gives us superior sound quality. Signal path is all AES/96k from the console to the DSP and through to the amps.”

In addition to the Yamaha consoles, Peltrix installed a JBL speaker system and a new video system consisting of Da-Lite projection screens, Samsung and Sharp LCDs, Sanyo projectors, Vaddio cameras, and an Elation LED screen.

For more information on Peltrix, visit www.peltrix.com.

For more information on Yamaha PM5D-RH consoles, visit www.yamahaca.com.

-END-

About Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc.:
Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems, Inc. (YCAS) provides a full line of integrated professional audio products offering complete systems solutions for the broadcast, sound reinforcement/installed sound, touring, commercial recording, and post production markets. With the addition of NEXO to the product line, the company remains the official U.S. and Canadian distributor for all NEXO speaker models. YCAS offers comprehensive in-house and field product training for its customers, a dedicated dealer network, and 24/7 technical support.

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: News |

Classic 19th Century Church Merges History and High-Tech

Wilmington, DE, June 2012…  In the middle of the 19th Century, the Industrial Revolution was in full swing, and Wilmington was a booming shipping port and steel town with a rapidly growing working class populace. Founded in 1868 as a “workingman’s church,” Grace United Methodist Church has been a landmark in the heart of downtown Wilmington since well before most of its neighboring structures, earning it a spot on the National Register of Historic Places.

Though the 500 seat sanctuary is not overly large, it’s nonetheless as majestic and impressive as any mega-cathedral. The building’s hand-built stone edifice is a gateway to a soaring 55-foot arched ceiling and a collection of stunningly beautiful stained glass masterpieces.

Grace United Methodist has also gained a reputation throughout the region for its music and musicians, including a highly sought after choir and a resident chamber music ensemble, Mélamonie. As Tony Hersch, President of Pottstown, PA-based Audiobahn, explains, the talent and professionalism of the church’s musicians has gone a long way in setting it apart.

“Many of the singers in their choir are accomplished professionals, and virtually all of them are phenomenally talented, on an operatic level,” says Hersch. “Their director is a highly accomplished pianist and organist, with a doctorate in music, and their performances are always in high demand.”

With such a strong emphasis on music, it’s not surprising that Grace United Methodist Church’s elders and congregation were less reserved than many Methodist congregations in their approach to sound system design. “They were very involved in the process of selecting their new audio system,” says Hersch. “They really did their research and knew what they wanted to accomplish.”

With its vintage lathe and plaster walls, reflectivity has long been a problem in the sanctuary, and spoken word intelligibility was a prime requirement for the new sound system. But musicality was also a critical factor – the system had to deliver full-range performance that could complement the choir and musicians.

The idea of a traditional line array was first suggested, but as Hersch points out, this was a project where a line array would have looked out of place. “Aesthetics are really a consideration in a place like this,” he says. “The architecture is absolutely gorgeous, and hanging a bunch of speaker cabinets would have just destroyed the aesthetic completely. We were suggesting a very different approach.”

Hersch arranged to demo a pair of ENTASYS steerable arrays. “We set up a pair of ENTASYS full-range cabinets on tripods, along with a VLF208 subwoofer to give it some bottom end,” he says. “We ran an EASE program on the room, set things up, and they were just blown away. Everyone in the choir got up and sang through it. We utilized a Shure wireless lavalier system and a Countryman podium mic for the demo. We were able to tune the lav mic to a point where it sounded like a good quality handheld mic. The sound was just wonderful.”

The church also took delivery of one of the first-available Soundcraft SiCompact digital mixing consoles, incorporating it into a new custom-built booth at mix position. The console is connected via MADI to a Pro Tools|HD system. “They record most of their services to two-track as well as multitrack, and then mix and master it for download on their website,” Hersch explains. “The services are very popular.”

To pick up the choir, Hersch provided four Audix MicroBooms on mic stands, while the vintage piano is outfitted with a Helpinstill Piano Pickup System. On the main platform, monitoring is handled by four custom-stained Community iBOX i2w8 cabinets. Community VERIS 8 cabinets provide monitoring for the choir.

Reactions to the new system have been overwhelming, says Hersch. “The ENTASYS sounds fantastic. The sound is focused where it needs to be, and the new system allows them to easily record the service and make it available to others. We’ve taken a church from the early 1800s and incorporated 21st century technology into it.”

 

# # #

Community is a manufacturer and supplier of professional audio equipment.  Since 1968, Community has led the pro-audio industry with technological innovations which have become industry standards. Today, Community offers over 150 professional loudspeaker products, including installed loudspeaker systems, weather-resistant outdoor loudspeaker systems, ceiling loudspeakers, high level voice paging systems, and portable entertainment systems.  

Visit www.communitypro.com for more information. 

ALTINEX ANNOUNCES MUSE™ POWER, HDMI®, AND IR DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

**** Photo: Altinex Muse power, HDMI, and IR control distribution system ****

Brea, CA – June 2012… At this year’s InfoComm show in Las Vegas, NV, Altinex, a leading manufacturer of Signal Management Solutions®, introduced Muse, a revolutionary system for distributing power, HDMI, and IR control signals in AV systems. This new, disruptive technology dramatically changes the way integrators install AV systems—particularly in environments where multiple video displays are required, such as sports bars and digital signage applications. With the ability to distribute power, HDMI, and IR control signals up to 300 feet (90m) over a single, low voltage, shielded CAT-6 cable, Muse is an innovative system that enables AV Integrators to eliminate the worry of electrical outlet placement. Muse provides AV installers full control of their projects. more

Sennheiser Appoints Andrew Kornstein as House of Worship Market Development Manager

Old Lyme, CT – June 15, 2012: Audio specialist Sennheiser [InfoComm 2012 booth C9736] announced that Andrew Kornstein has been appointed to the position of House of Worship Market Development Manager, effective immediately. In his new position, Kornstein will be responsible for identifying and driving opportunity for Sennheiser in the U.S.-based HOW (House of Worship) market. He will report directly to Dawn Birr, Vice President Sales & Marketing, Integrated Systems, Sennheiser.

Kornstein, who brings eight years of HOW A/V experience to his new role at Sennheiser, has applied his expertise at a broad range of worship environments, including mega-churches. As Worship Market Development Manager, he will be tasked with raising awareness of Sennheiser’s product line within the HOW market as well as engaging churches and worship facilities to help them find Sennheiser products to improve their overall ministry and worship experience.

“Andrew comes to us with several years of HOW audio and business experience. We are pleased to have him join the Sennheiser team,” Birr commented. “I believe our HOW end-user customers will find Andrew to be both very capable and personable. Additionally, he brings incredible enthusiasm to his role, which I believe our customers will find inspiring.”

Kornstein, who will be based out of Kansas City, MO, has been using Sennheiser products in HOW environments for many years and is very familiar with the entire product line. “I believe in Sennheiser products,” stated Kornstein. “They have always been my preferred product of choice in both microphone and wireless applications, and I have firsthand experience of their quality and performance in many different worship scenarios.

“I am very interested in not only raising awareness of Sennheiser in the entire church market, but also in helping communicate how Sennheiser solutions can improve the overall worship experience,” he continued.

Caption:
Andrew Kornstein, House of Worship Market Development Manager, Sennheiser

Hitachi Introduces Solutions Products at InfoComm 2012

LAS VEGAS, Nevada, June 13, 2012 – At InfoComm 2012, Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group is introducing its Solutions Products-a comprehensive line of accessories for use with Hitachi 3LCD projectors. The WTR-1 WHDI Transmitter/Receiver Bundle, MS-1WL Wireless Multifunctional Switcher Bundle, MS-1 Multifunctional Switcher and CS-1WL Wireless Switcher with a document camera enable expanded wireless connectivity between data and video sources and compatible Hitachi LCD projectors.

The WTR-1 Transmitter/Receiver Bundle includes the WT-HD1 transmitter and WR-HD1 receiver. The transmitter connects to a video source such as a laptop and the receiver connects to a projector, enabling wireless transmission of a variety of video formats up to 1080p HD over a distance of up to 22 feet. The WTR-1 supports HDMI mandatory 3D video formats, eight bits-per-color HDMI video transmission and up to six Mbps audio.

The MS-1WL Wireless Multifunctional Switcher Bundle operates in conjunction with the WTR-1 to provide expanded source selection and switching options for connected video devices. It offers 10 inputs including four HDMI, two USB, two RGB, audio, mic, LAN and other connections. In addition, the MS-1WL operates as a remote control for compatible Hitachi projectors, with buttons for menu access, projector on/off, volume, power and other functions.

The MS-1 offers all the functions of the MS-1WL with the exception of wireless operation. It connects to a Hitachi projector using an HDMI cable.

Hitachi’s CS-1 Wireless Switcher With Camera combines a 3-megapixel document camera with versatile switching capability. The CS-1 has a 3-megapixel camera mounted on a moveable jointed arm, and the camera head can rotate up to 180 degrees. In addition, the CS-1 can accept an HDMI or RGB input from an external source.

The CS-1 can operate wirelessly in conjunction with the WR-HD1 receiver, or it can be connected to a Hitachi projector with a HDMI or RGB cable. The CS-1 sends images wirelessly to the projector via the WHDI(tm) (Wireless Home Digital Interface) standard. Adding to its versatility, image frames from the CS-1′s camera can be saved to an SD card.
itac

For more information on Hitachi visit www.hitachi-america.us/digitalmedia

Follow Hitachi on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/pages/Hitachi-Projectors/131067323636829

Follow Hitachi on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/HALProjectors

About Hitachi, Ltd.
Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company with approximately 320,000 employees worldwide. Fiscal 2011 (ended March 31, 2012) consolidated revenues totaled 9,665 billion yen ($117.8 billion). Hitachi will focus more than ever on the Social Innovation Business, which includes information and telecommunication systems, power systems, environmental, industrial and transportation systems, and social and urban systems, as well as the sophisticated materials and key devices that support them. For more information on Hitachi, please visit the company’s website at http://www.hitachi.com.

Allen Products Debuts Updated Ceiling and Wall Mounts at InfoComm 2012

LAS VEGAS, JUNE 15, 2012 – Allen Products, a division of Adaptive Technologies Group and a leading designer and supplier of universal fit standard and OEM loudspeaker mounts, highlights several updated ceiling and wall mounts at InfoComm 2012 (Booth C9547), including its Steerables Wall Mount, Adjustable SocketMount, adjustable U-Bracket and several MultiMount solutions.

“We are thrilled to present an expanded line of ceiling and wall mounts at this year’s show,” says Paul Allen, president, Adaptive Technologies Group. “Allen Products provide a wide range of standard and custom mounting solutions to cater to nearly every possible configuration request. We will continue to develop new products based on our customers’ feedback.”

Steerables Wall Mounts suspend and aim loudspeakers, equipped with suspension or mounting points, from walls and other vertical structures. Users can make or remake pan-and-tilt adjustments within seconds, offering unprecedented ease and precision. Designed for use with permanently installed loudspeakers in churches, schools, gymnasiums, auditoriums, theme parks, nightclubs, and bars and restaurants, Steerables Wall Mounts feature a unique cross-arm steering mechanism providing up to 360 degrees of pan control. Their structural steel alloy assembly is coated with a baked-on black textured powder coat finish. Steerables Wall Mounts can support loads of up to 100 lbs./45.5 kg. with a 5:1 safety factor. In addition, tilting can be achieved with Allen Products’ U-Series bracket or the Steerables Tilt Cable Kit.

Allen Products Adjustable SocketMount supports and aims loudspeakers that are equipped with pole sockets to walls and other vertical structures. Both pan and tilt rotations are provided for optimum aiming, and the support arm folds down when not in use. The Adjustable SocketMount is designed as a temporary solution, as its easy-on, easy-off feature allows loudspeakers to be relocated to other SocketMounts and/or tripod stands, thus reducing the need for additional loudspeakers and saving floor space.

Adjustable U-Brackets mount loudspeakers quickly and reliably to walls and poles, and from under ceilings, balconies, overhangs and other structural mounting surfaces. These brackets give installers multiple options for mounting speakers to irregular or unpredictable mounting surfaces due to their unique mounting pattern. Adjustable U-Brackets support most of the mountable loudspeakers in the 60 lbs./22 kg. range, or less, and their open side-arm slots allow a single installer to easily mount loudspeakers in this weight range. Loudspeakers rotate within the arms of the U-Bracket kit to aim sound toward the audience. It then locks into position, with the included friction washers and compression hardware.
Allen Products is also introducing several updated models of MultiMounts at this year’s show, including its MultiMount MM-120, MultiMount MM-024 and MultiMount MM-020-CM.

* The MultiMount MM-120 pan-and-tilt speaker mount is a sturdy and adjustable speaker mount that is safe and exceptionally easy to use for installing large-format loudspeakers. It accommodates up to 120 lbs. with greater than a 5:1 design factor. The speaker brackets’ mounting holes match two standard speaker mounting hole patterns, the 6.88- x 3.44-inch and the 2.75- x 5-inch, and two VESA mounting hole patterns, the 75- x 75-mm and the 100- x 100-mm. The bracket’s pivot housing provides 65 degrees of tilt adjustment and the screw-drive thumb-wheel adjustment makes tilting speakers very stable. The pivot housing also provides a full 180 degrees of pan rotation. A clutch-style lock holds it in position. The wall bracket accommodates stud mounting with two centrally located mounting/alignment holes and a slot that allows for plumb adjustment. Four outer holes allow it to be secured to other structural surfaces.

* The MultiMount MM-024 supports loudspeakers weighing up to 60 lbs./27 kg, enabling the quick attachment of them to walls, ceilings, overhangs and other structural surfaces. Speakers can be aimed and locked in almost any direction or angle through the use of independent pan, tilt and clockwise adjustments. MultiMount-024 supports vertically oriented standard speaker mounting-hole patterns. Tilt adjustments are made independently at the side of the speaker adapter plate. Panning adjustments are also made independently at the mounting plate and a third rotation is available between the speaker and the support arm. This rotation is especially useful in directing sound from the ceiling and under balcony applications, where mounting space is limited.

* MultiMount MM-020-CM is specially designed to suspend loudspeakers (weighing up to 60 lb./27 kg.) from overhead structures using a customer-supplied schedule 40, one-half inch NPT pipe. This allows the installer to bring the loudspeaker down from any height, positioning the speaker closer to the audience, further reducing the speaker’s size and power-rating needs. The MM-020-CM provides a very clean loudspeaker installation because signal wire and safety cables can be passed through the pipe from the ceiling to the speaker’s terminal block without being seen. Also, this design adapts directly to standard loudspeaker mounting-hole patterns so no modifications are necessary. The oval-shaped ceiling attachment plate offers a sufficient mounting surface with four one-quarter inch mounting holes to secure to overhead structures including beams, beam clamps, etc. Pan-angle adjustments are achieved where the MultiMount and the vertical tube (pipe) connect, with down-tilt adjustments at the mount’s two-side clutch-lock points.

About Adaptive Technologies Group
Adaptive Technologies Group combines the talents and disciplines of Allen Products, ATM Fly-ware and Adaptive Video Walls and Displays, and offers state-of-the-art rigging and mounting solutions for a wide range of audio and video applications. Adaptive’s combined divisions are a major resource worldwide by way of the design, development and manufacturing of professionally installed AV mounting and rigging equipment. Each brand offers its own standard and unique time-saving solutions, plus unlimited custom products for any venue or application.

In addition to providing a wide selection of popular mounting and rigging solutions, Adaptive is a major resource for hundreds of commonly used and often hard to find rigging hardware and fastener items, including metric sizes. Based in Signal Hill, California, all overhead products and parts are made and assembled in the USA.

ATM Fly-Ware is the world’s leading designer of certified, pre-engineered professional loudspeaker rigging systems for permanent installations and live performances. Allen Products is a leading designer and supplier of universal fit standard, custom and OEM loudspeaker mounts, mounting loudspeakers to walls, ceilings, under balconies, to poles and vertical columns. Adaptive Video Walls and Displays is the premier provider of innovative interlocking wall, ceiling and floor mounted video wall frames and flyable video wall assemblies for multiple narrow bezel LCD, LED and plasma monitors.

For more information, visit http://adapttechgroup.com.

Digg Syndication Del.icio.us Syndication Google Syndication MyYahoo Syndication Reddit Syndication

Related Topics: News |

About

Stay up to date on the latest technology news. Select press representatives post company news several times a day. Check back often to get the latest news on product releases, mergers and acquisitions, and product applications. To be included in this virtual press conference, please contact The Wire.

Calendar

June 2012
M T W T F S S
« May   Jul »
 123
45678910
11121314151617
18192021222324
252627282930  

Your Account

Subscribe

Subscribe to RSS Feed

Subscribe to MyYahoo News Feed

Subscribe to Bloglines

Google Syndication