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AES Expands To China

New Beijing Section Exemplifies International Growth

BEIJING: AES Regions & Sections Chair, Peter Cook, has concluded a series of meetings in Beijing, which have resulted in the formation of the first Audio Engineering Society Section in mainland China.

Early this year, Shusen Wang, a long-time AES member, VP of a Beijing broadcasting company, and a leading professional audio consultant there, contacted Mr. Cook to explore the possibility of establishing a Beijing Section. In late May, Cook made two AES presentations to members of the China Audio and Video Association (CAVA). Following those meetings a group of over 25 Chinese AES members from Beijing and other cities, discussed a Beijing Section with Cook. Mr. Wang was unanimously invited to Chair the Section.

“The seriousness and passion demonstrated by the AES members I met with in Beijing was deeply impressive,” Peter Cook reveals. “They are fully committed to all the fundamental elements that make the AES an invaluable forum for professional audio. They enthusiastically recommended highly qualified local vice-chairs to be responsible for: Education, Research, Broadcast Applications and other areas of universal AES concern.” Cook adds, “I was genuinely taken aback when they conveyed the huge size of China’s professional audio community. This initial Beijing Section may mark the beginning of a substantial AES expansion in China. Their concerns for the importance of an AES affiliation were humbling.”

Shusen Wang applauds Cook’s recommendations, and has already begun to map out a program to incorporate them. “We will work closely with the AES parent organization to introduce Chinese experts to relevant Technical Committees; to invite them to submit research papers; to introduce Chinese stake-holders to Standards Committee chairs; and, do everything possible to ensure the success of first-time Chinese exhibitors at AES Conventions,” Mr. Wang said.

“The AES has many individual members in China. We believe our new Beijing Section will sustain a long and mutually beneficial on-going relationship with China’s professional audio community,” concludes AES executive director Bob Moses. “This move exemplifies our plan to expand the AES mission and support our ongoing effectiveness throughout Asia and The Far East.”

Pictured at a meeting of the China Audio & Video Association, bottom row center Peter Cook with Shusen Wang to his right.

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The Audio Engineering Society was formed in 1948 by a group of concerned audio engineers. The AES counts over 14,000 members throughout the U.S., Latin America, Europe, Japan and the Far East. The organization serves as the pivotal force in the exchange and dissemination of technical information for the industry. For additional information visit http://www.aes.org

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Jiangsu TV Station Adds HARMAN’s Soundcraft Vi6™ And Vi1™ Digital Consoles

NANJING, China — To meet its high standards of television production, Jiangsu TV recently invested in a brand new 8-channel and 4-channel HD EFP audio system. To work in conjunction with this purchase, the station also invested in HARMAN Soundcraft Vi6 and Vi1 digital consoles to mix the in-house shows on the 8-channel and 4-channel systems, respectively.

The 8-channel audio system is configured through the Vi6 through two Soundcraft stageboxes and fiber wiring. The main functionality for this setup is for the popular “If You Are The One” dating show, which boasts the highest ratings of any variety show in the country.

“With our new Soundcraft consoles, our operations are more convenient and more flexible, helping us to achieve higher-quality programming and, we hope, even higher ratings,” stated Senior Sound Engineer Jingsong Shen, who also appreciated that the interface of Vi6 can be easily separated into different zones with different colors for different functions.

Advanced Communication Equipment, the largest HARMAN distributor in China, provided the Soundcraft consoles. Two years ago, Jiangsu TV Station purchased a Studer Vista 8 and a Soundcraft Vi6 from ACE. The leadership among the station was very pleased over the past two years with the performance of the Vista 8 and Vi6, so there was zero hesitation with the latest purchase, reinforcing Jiangsu TV’s confidence in Soundcraft and its reliability and quality.

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®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon® and Mark Levinson®. 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.

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KanexPro Releases a 6 input, One Output HD Scaler

KanexPro (Booth # C7247 at InfoComm 2012), the leading A/V Connectivity solutions provider is proud to release 6 Input Presentation Switcher & Scaler with Multichannel Audio. The HDSC61D is a Mini Hi-def. Presentation Switcher and Scaler. It scales 6 video inputs (including 2xHDMI, 1xVGA, 1xComponent video, 1xC-video & 1xS-video), all to HDMI output, including the 3.5mm stereo audio and coax audio output.

The HDSC61D scaler is ideal for countless commercial applications such as video conferencing using various analog and digital video formats, educational facilities, boardrooms, control rooms and court-room applications.

Features:

Switch & Scale 6-input to a Hi-def display
HDCP 1.3 Compliant
EDID Compliant
Supports full HD 1080p (1920×1080@60Hz)
Computer resolutions: XGA and WXGA
Built-in USB for using flash disk drive (JPEG, MP3 support)
USB port – also used for firmware update
Seamless Switching between inputs
On-Screen Display for easy navigation
Powerful OSD function for full-control
Video parameter setting (color, hue, contrast, brightness and sharpness)
Built-in video preset function (news, entertainment, music, cinema)
Advanced volume setting (bass, treble, balance, sound mode) & audio mode presets
Video is compatible with NTSC 3.58, NTSC 4.42, PAL, and SECAM.
4-channel audio follow or audio break away switching inputs
Audio is adjustable with audio level preset functions
Control via: IR, RS-232 and front-panel buttons
RS-232 compatible with any 3rd party control systems
Front-panel LEDs for system activity
Rack-mountable aluminum enclosure
IR Remote control included
Internal Universal power adaptable (100Volt-240Volt AC, 50/60Hz)

Please visit: http://www.kanexpro.com/item/?id=HDSC61D for more details.

About KanexPro™

Leveraging our core strength in professional A/V products, KanexPro carries a complete selection of A/V connectivity needs. When planning digital installations you will find that we carry a broad line of A/V connectivity products enabling you to broadcast, extend, split, or multiply HD signal transmissions; simply and cost-effectively. KanexPro is a registered trademark. All other trademarks and registered trademarks mentioned herein are the property of their respective owners.

Switch & Scale six inputs to one HD display

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Ravi ‘Drums’ Jakhotia Backs Indian Premier League’s 2012 Twenty20 Cricket Tournament Opening Ceremonies, Monitors Performances With HARMAN’s AKG IVM4500 In-Ear Monitors

VIENNA, Austria – Broadcast to more than 500 million viewers in 66 countries, The Indian Premier League launched its 2012 Twenty20 cricket tournament with an opening ceremony full of international acts at the YMCA College of Physical Education Grounds in Nandanam, Chenni, India. Backing two of the multiple groups performing at the event, which was headlined by Katy Perry, Ravi ‘Drums’ Jakhotia played with First Project and Colonial Cousins, from Africa and India respectively, relying on the HARMAN AKG IVM4500 In Ear Monitoring system to ensure his high-quality sound.

Hired by Wizcraft International Entertainment after successful Indian-based gigs in the past, Jakhotia was eager to return to the country for such a large and important event in the sporting world. During his first performance, Jakhotia accompanied the famed drum band First Project, the opening act for the ceremonies. Later on that night, Ravi Drums played with MTV and Billboard-Award-winning Colonial Cousins from India. During this performance, Jakhotia was given a 3-minute drum solo.

“The IVM4500 worked out very well during my performances, especially at such a large and loud ceremony. Its distance was perfect and sounded amazing during the show,” Jakhotia stated. “The lows were great, the mids were clear and the highs didn’t blast out my ears. AKG’s IVM4500′s are the luxury cars for monitors, with their great balance, EQ and effects all built in.”

Ravi Drums admits to having been a little overwhelmed by the IVM4500′s at first, with their intricate settings and improved features. “Usually in-ears are just plug, play and go, but for AKG’s quality to truly shine, I had to make the proper adjustments. After a few minutes with setup, the 4500′s sound was flawless and the reliability shined through.”

For more information about AKG, please visit http://www.akg.com and http://www.youtube.com/AKGacoustics.

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.

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SIM2 Top Partner’s Invited to Experience an Extraordinary Trip to Italy

Miramar, Florida—July 2012—Just a few more weeks to go for an elite group of SIM2 dealers to experience a once-in-a-lifetime trip to Italy complete with accommodations at the luxurious Palazzo Margherita in Bernalda located in the countryside of Southern Italy.

Palazzo Margherita is a true 19th century palazzo built in 1892. In 2004, famed film director Francis Ford Coppola purchased the property and completely restored it into a small, exclusive hotel with the finest of amenities where guests enjoy an authentic Italian experience of palatial comfort surrounded by gardens, fine art, and culture.

Alberto Fabiano, Executive V.P. for SIM2 USA, is encouraging all SIM2 Dealers to contact their sales representative or Regional Sales Manager for important details on how to participate in this incredible once-in-a-lifetime trip. During CEDIA, SIM2 will make a special announcement at their booth #3860 with more details.

During the show, SIM2 will demonstrate the world’s first active 3D LED Full HD DLP-based Home Cinema projector—the superbly bright M.150 which utilizes the Super Pure LED and active 3D technologies. The M.150 shares the same video processing electronics as the high-end LUMIS 3D-S 3-chip series, offering the same optimized picture modes for 2D and 3D viewing: PureMovie, PureMotion 2D and PureMotion 3D. The purity of color and the ability of the Super PureLED to deliver light as needed, allow the M.150 to produce rich, dynamic and colorful images.

About SIM2 USA Inc. and SIM2 Multimedia
Since their entrance into the US home theater market in 1999, SIM2 USA, under the guidance of its parent SIM2 Multimedia (established in 1995), has dedicated its resources to marketing and servicing products that meet the demands of the US market. SIM2 Multimedia is a worldwide leading manufacturer of home theater products and leading provider of high-end performance large screen systems (for control rooms, information, communication, and simulation) and professional projection systems for E–cinema applications. Over the years, SIM2 has gained a reputation for meeting the industry’s demands for new, emerging technologies, offering high-quality and reliable products that meet the customer’s need in any application. Products are designed and manufactured in Italy. The marketing policies of the company are world-oriented, with a direct presence in Italy (headquarters), the USA, UK, China, Germany (sister companies), and in over 60 countries worldwide through partnerships with qualified distributors.

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CLEAR-COM ENHANCES PRODUCTION COMMUNICATIONS AT HOPE COMMUNITY CHURCH


Clear-Com®, a global leader in critical voice communication systems, brings freedom and flexibility to the communications backbone at Hope Community Church in Raleigh, North Carolina. The worship facility has installed Clear-Com’s TempestTM2400 digital wireless intercom to manage its weekly services and children’s productions, enhancing its overall communications workflow. more

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Christie MicroTiles and Christie Spyder X20 Reach the Summit at History Colorado Center

The breathtaking majesty of the Rocky Mountains is featured at the History Colorado Center (HCC) in Denver on a 134-unit Christie® MicroTiles® array designed to emulate the jagged peaks of the famous mountain range, complete with spectacular video footage. The HCC, which celebrated its grand opening recently, wanted a large, expressive statement characterizing the history of the picturesque state while redefining the museum with relevant and engaging content.

“The HCC wanted a dazzling display in their atrium,” said Howard Steele, director, Technology Plus, the project’s consultant. “The atrium is very bright and only a 30K lumen projector would even begin to display images in that strong light, but that created issues with where to place the projector and exhaust.”

Ed Nichols, president and CEO, Colorado History Museum, agreed. “We had a wall in our atrium begging for a major media treatment because there was a visitor orientation problem. We thought of projectors but the architect introduced the museum to the Christie MicroTiles. As our staff contemplated the possibilities with a MicroTiles wall, we were intrigued with the idea of letting the wall tell the museum’s story to its visitors.

“The Museum also liked MicroTiles’ flexibility: they are high resolution, high visibility in bright light at different angles and distances. We wanted rear projection and a product that would be financially sustainable. The tiles have a long lifespan, which means a low cost of ownership.”

Christie MicroTiles are perfect for color matching and self-calibration according to Craig Shonka, project manager for AVI-SPL, project integrator. The first plan for using the MicroTiles was installing three simple, yet attractive ribbons running down the wall.

“It was Randy Pagnan of RP Visuals who made the mounting support brackets for the design we went with– which really made it all come together and align properly,” added Steele.

“The atrium is very big and full of daylight pouring in – especially from the south facing glass wall and the skylights,” said Stephanie Stewart, project manager, Richard Lewis Media Group. “When the museum saw the color saturation of the Christie MicroTiles, they went crazy; they loved how beautifully bright and crisp the images are – and so do we. The MicroTiles fit perfectly with what the museum is trying to say.”

Driving the content is the Christie Spyder X20 video processor. A versatile, hardware-based video processor combined with the flexibility of a universal routing switcher, the Christie Spyder X20’s integrated source monitoring allows for simultaneous, real-time, full-frame-rate monitoring of all inputs.

“We also have the option of reconfiguring the wall if we want to change things up or even growing the wall, and, in the end, we have great products (Christie MicroTiles and Spyder) that are running consistently,” continued Stewart. “This project was huge and both an artistic and technical challenge, but that made it exciting. The team that Kevin Barlow (Senior Director, Control Rooms, Christie) put together did a fantastic job. Ken Hartling (Western Regional Sales Manager, Control Rooms, Christie) was so helpful and it was terrific to work with Christie. The entire Christie team kept the project going smoothly; they were always solid and got us what we needed when we needed it.”

Dan Waltens, director of operations, AVI-SPL, said the project went smoothly. “Having worked with Christie in the past, we had that level of comfort when working on a project of this scope. Christie knew every detail, was involved in the project meetings so they understood what the HCC was trying to accomplish, and gave appropriate advice – that was key. The beauty of Christie MicroTiles is that you can access the power supply from the front as well as the back.”

Hartling said the Christie MicroTiles and Christie Spyder installation is “… one of the most extraordinarily complex projects I’ve ever been a part of and one of the most impressive installations I’ve seen. It’s eye-catching, creative and mind-blowing.”

“What we have is so different because a high-tech array in the atrium is an immediate signal to visitors that this is not a typical state history museum,” concluded Nichols. “The Christie MicroTiles array captures the magnificence of the Colorado landscape and furthers our mission in a financially sustainable manner.”

StrandVision Surpasses Five Billion Digital Signage Content Pages

MENOMONIE, Wis. – July 10, 2012 – StrandVision Digital Signage today announced that it has served more than 5,000,000,000 pages of digital signage content to its customers. The milestone, which was reached on July 5 at 8:33:42 a.m. central time, is the result of an ever-increasing customer base, multiple digital signage feeds across customer sites around the world and an accelerating number of pages and information that its customers are streaming to their respective customers, visitors and employees over their digital signage networks. The signage messages are being displayed via physical digital signage players and displays, employee browser home pages and virtual screens on internal and external Web sites.

“StrandVision Digital Signage continues to grow in importance as a business marketing communications tool for our customers,” commented Mike Strand StrandVision founder and CEO. “Our flexible, cloud-based subscription service allows our customers to create customized digital signage networks that range from a single screen to multi-facility corporate-wide and even international deployments of hundreds of digital signage players. We find that our customers often start with basic systems and then dramatically expand them as they realize the potential. The success is evident in the numbers.”

StrandVision’s offerings range from free digital signage software to multi-display and multi-location installations that include seamlessly integrated corporate-wide and localized content that is easily configured and scheduled for one or many screens by authorized administrators. The digital signage administrators simply log into StrandVision’s Content Management System (CMS) on StrandVision servers in the cloud and their information is automatically distributed and merged into the digital signage networks to which they have access.

A Communications Tool for any Organization

StrandVision Digital Signage installations are deployed in a wide range of industries for both marketing and employee communications. Industries include:

• Academic/Education
• Banking & Finance
• Corporate Communications
• Entertainment
• Fitness & Recreation
• Government/Community
• Healthcare/Medical
• Hotel & Hospitality
• House of Worship
• Industrial Distributors
• Real Estate
• Retail
• Transportation
• Outdoor signage

Service Packages

StrandVision service offerings range from Free Digital Signage packages that include 50 hours per week and up to 20 pages of content for a month to Basic packages that are inexpensive, yet full-featured, to robust packages that include video streaming, sophisticated database and animated PowerPoint capabilities. For more information visit: http://www.strandvision.com/packages.html.

About StrandVision

StrandVision LLC, based in Menomonie, Wis., delivers low-cost, Web-based digital signage software through a patented Software as a Service (SaaS) approach that delivers content to subscribers’ LCD flat panel screens, as well as computer screens and websites. StrandVision’s service distributes text and graphics pages, video content and national and local weather and news. It is ideal for many large and small business marketing applications, including medical and dental offices (patient education); banks, retailers and industrial distributors (video merchandising); education (student communication, staff and visitor information); employee break rooms (employee communication of events and benefits); nonprofit and religious organizations (member and supporter communication).

StrandVision also offers PC-2-TV.net, a fully digital, high-definition (HD) video extender to connect a computer to a television over long distances for use with digital signage and many other applications. StrandVision Digital Signage services and PC-2-TV.net are available directly from StrandVision and through registered affiliates and system integrators. Additional information about StrandVision Digital Signage is available at StrandVision.com, 715-235-7446 or by email.

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EDITORS – For further information:

Mike Strand
StrandVision
715-235-7446 X100
mjstrand@strandvision.com

Sandy McLaughlin
Soucy Communications Group
781-898-7305
smclaughlin@scg-pr.com

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YouTube Holds First Ever Upfront with Support from WorldStage

Given YouTube’s popularity as a programming and information source the online network was sure to hold an advertiser’s upfront sometime soon. Sure enough, YouTube launched YouTube Brandcast, giving marketers and agencies an exclusive first look at YouTube’s new original programming and insights into the world’s biggest audience. Performances by Jay-Z and Flo Rida capped off the experience.

WorldStage, the new brand for Scharff Weisberg and Video Applications, Inc., provided video and lighting support for the upfront at New York City’s famed Beacon Theater. The event was produced by Good Sense & Co.

Good Sense helped YouTube structure the show, which needed “a look to match their brand: very neat and clean and forward-looking,” says Good Sense co-founder Jared Siegel. To achieve that the company also had to “help bring the Beacon into the 21st century by packing in as many video screens as we could. We heard it was one of the largest shows ever at the theater.”

With Good Sense overseeing the full production, WorldStage provided video switching, cameras, LED walls, lighting and rigging. “The event had a very ambitious design, especially in the small space of the Beacon,” notes WorldStage event manager Josh Perlman.

The upfront used a custom Musion screen to provide a 3D, Holographic effect. ,The screen, which is typically teamed with projectors, was paired with a 6mm LED wall instead. “In order for this to work, we had to use a high-res wall and lay it flat on the floor – something a high-res wall is not really meant to do. So we worked closely with the Good Sense team, which included Hudson Scenic, to design a frame to support the LED tiles. This massive frame, which was fabricated by Hudson, lifted the tiles off the ground to provide space for our crew to wire and perform maintenance.”

The LED walls provided included a 45′ x 10′ Barco 16bk wall, a 50′ x 13′ Barco NX-4 wall, and 42′ x 16′ 7mm Everbrighten 7 wall. Each LED wall was fed by two channels of Encore, requiring a total of six Encore video processors.

WorldStage also furnished some 20 LCD monitors scattered around the venue and utilized as remote viewing and confidence monitors. “Each was an output on a large HD-SDI router so we could route any signal anywhere,” Perlman explains. Show content was created by Ant Farm and played back on servers provided by Obscura Digital. The show was recorded in HD via a three-camera HD package provided by WorldStage.

WorldStage also supplied all the lighting for lighting designer Chris Dallos, including VARI*LITE VL1000s and VL3500s, as well as conventional fixtures; and a handful of LEDs. Lighting was programmed on a grandMA2 console. Rigging provided consisted of 12-, 16- and 20-foot box truss and motors from one-half to 2 tons.

“The biggest challenge was the space,” reports Josh Perlman. “Everyone we talked to about what we wanted to do said ‘it won’t fit.’ So I spent countless hours in front of CAD drawings – every inch had to be accounted for and planned out or it wouldn’t work. When we arrived on site we followed the plan perfectly and ended up making the show fit. But it got very cozy backstage.”

The time factor also worked against the production, he says. “This type of install really wanted two full days of install and a day of rehearsals. But we had just over a day of install before rehearsals. It was a very tight schedule.”

Jared Siegel had worked with WorldStage before and found that their companies were highly compatible. “WorldStage was great, very supportive,” he says. “It was very challenging working at the Beacon, and they did really well. WorldStage provided so much auxiliary equipment in addition to the main monitors.”

WorldStage’s EIC on the upfront was Mike Alboher. Armando Acevedo was the lead utility on site and, leading a union crew, handled the building of control, cable management and monitor placement. Erik Perry was in charge of the lighting and rigging gear packages.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc., continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally. The Owners and Employees of WorldStage believe that all clients deserve the WorldStage Experience

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Famed Kentucky Eatery Gets New Sound with Community

Georgetown, KY, July 2012….  Galvin’s Restaurant is one of Georgetown’s most popular watering holes, with a busting restaurant and a crowd of friendly regulars who gather to shoot the breeze and watch their team, the Southeastern Conference University of Kentucky Wildcats.

Like most busy establishments, there are those who come to watch the game, and others who want to hang out with friends. And as often happens, the banter of those enjoying each others’ company can make it hard for others to hear the game.

“They had four small wall-mounted loudspeakers, and when things got busy the ambient noise made it hard for people to hear,” explains Curtis Cox of Nicholasville, KY-based Curtis Cox Music. “Some customers would ask for it to be turned up, and others would complain that it was too loud.”

The room’s acoustics precluded simply adding more or louder speakers. “The building is rather old,” says Cox. “On one side the ceiling is plaster, and on the opposite side the ceiling is painted metal. We knew if we put speakers in the wall, we’d end up with sound bouncing all over the place. And running additional wiring through the walls would be a challenge due to the age of the building.”

Cox’s solution was to focus the sound downward using a distributed system of Community DP6 pendant loudspeakers. Eighteen of the pendant loudspeakers are suspended from the open-beam ceiling – three over the bar and the rest covering a pair of tables each. “We ran each speaker to a custom-designed control box, with a 35W auto transformer on each speaker,” Cox explains. “Now the restaurant manager can adjust each individual speaker’s level to suit the customers’ taste.” Crown CDi amplification powers the system, with an Alesis 8-channel line mixer providing inputs from various audio sources.

“We’ve used Community loudspeakers on a number of projects over the years, and have always had great results,” says Cox. “We were confident that the DP6 would be a great solution, and it has proven to be just that. We’re very impressed with the sound and performance.”

 

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Community Professional Loudspeakers 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. 

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