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VMP Debuts FP-XMLPAB “Extra Medium” Flat Panel Low Profile Articulating Wall Mount

STEVENSVILLE, Md., Feb. 11, 2014 — Video Mount Products (videomount.com), a leading provider of mounting solutions for the commercial, residential, security, and pro audio/video markets, is proud to announce the launch of the new FP-XMLPAB “extra medium” low profile articulating wall mount with tilt and list adjustment capabilities. Now shipping with an MSRP of $259.95, the FP-XMLPAB holds most 32- to 52-inch flat panels up to 100 lbs.

“The FP-XMLPAB is a low profile alternative for mounting larger flat panel displays,” explained Keith Fulmer, president of Video Mount Products. “With a closed depth of 1.5 inches and a fully opened extension of 16.2 inches along with a fully adjustable 15 degree tilt, 3 degrees list adjustment and ± 45 degrees of rotation, customers can get a flat panel to the optimal viewing angle needed for any room or office. For added safety and security, the mounting rails accept padlocks for peace-of-mind. All this and more makes the FP-XMLPAB the right choice for all ‘extra medium’ flat panel mounting needs.”

The FP-XMLPAB also includes an integrated cable management system, an integrated level, 600mm x 400mm maximum flat panel hole pattern, and comes in a black powder coat finish.

For more information, please visit www.videomount.com or call toll free 877-281-2169. If you need help choosing the right mount for your application, try the VideoMount™-Finder at www.chooseamount.com.

About Video Mount Products
Video Mount Products (VMP) is a leading provider of mounting solutions for the A/V, communication and security industries since 1994. VMP products consistently offer the latest designs in safety and flexibility, all at an outstanding value. VMP’s product offering continues to grow by adding mounting systems to address growing segments across many markets.

VMP has become the mounting systems company of choice for professionals and their customers everywhere. All products have been engineered for and installed with confidence in thousands of residences, businesses, hotels, restaurants, schools, hospitals, houses of worship and security applications throughout the world. VMP prides itself on providing the best products in the industry and by supporting those products with knowledgeable professionals who understand that “support” is the core of our business.

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Blonder Tongue NAB 2014 Exhibitor Preview

Blonder Tongue — Booth SU10202

New Product and Technology Demonstration

At the 2014 NAB Show, Blonder Tongue, a leading manufacturer of SD and HD digital video solutions, will perform live demonstrations of its latest Professional Series of MPEG-2 encoders and ATSC/QAM transcoders for broadcasters. The featured products will provide an Emergency Alert System (EAS) solution needed in campus-style applications, including university, government, and business enterprise.

Stay tuned for more details on these upcoming product releases that will be part of the show demonstrations.

Blonder Tongue staff will also be available at the company’s booth for consultation on solutions for a wide variety of applications.

About Blonder Tongue
Blonder Tongue Laboratories, Inc. (NYSE MKT:BDR) together with R. L. Drake Holdings, LLC — its wholly owned subsidiary — offer customers more than 130 years of combined engineering and manufacturing excellence with solid histories of delivering reliable, quality products. As a leader in the field of cable television communications, the Company provides system operators and integrators serving the cable, broadcast, satellite, IPTV, institutional, and professional video markets with comprehensive solutions for the provision of content contribution, distribution, and video delivery to homes and businesses. The Company designs, manufactures, sells, and supports an equipment portfolio of standard- and high-definition digital video solutions, as well as core analog video and high-speed data solutions for distribution over coax, fiber, and IP networks. Additional information on the Company and its products can be found at www.blondertongue.com and www.rldrake.com.

“Safe Harbor” Statement under the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995: The information set forth above includes “forward-looking” statements and accordingly, the cautionary statements contained in Blonder Tongue’s Annual Report and Form 10-K for the year ended December 31, 2012 (See Item 1: Business, Item 1A: Risk Factors, Item 3: Legal Proceedings and Item 7: Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations), and other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission are incorporated herein by reference. The words “believe”, “expect”, “anticipate”, “project”, “target”, “intend”, “plan”, “seek”, “estimate”, “endeavor”, “should”, “could”, “may”, and similar expressions are intended to identify forward-looking statements. In addition, any statements that refer to projections for our future financial performance, our anticipated growth trends in our business and other characterizations of future events or circumstances are forward-looking statements. Readers are cautioned not to place undue reliance on these forward-looking statements, which reflect management’s analysis only as of the date hereof. Blonder Tongue undertakes no obligation to publicly revise these forward-looking statements to reflect events or circumstances that arise after the date hereof. Blonder Tongue’s actual results may differ from the anticipated results or other expectations expressed in Blonder Tongue’s “forward-looking” statements.

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IEEE BTS 2014 NAB Show News & Tutorials

IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS) — Booth L28

Committed to advancing electrical and electronic engineering, the IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS) offers a variety of educational opportunities for its members, including technical presentations, events, conferences, and training programs. With more than 2,000 members and chapters worldwide, the IEEE BTS is the leading professional resource for broadcast engineers around the world.

The IEEE BTS will offer technical tutorial programs prior to and at the 2014 NAB Show. Designed to bring attendees up to speed on next-generation television technologies, the sessions continue the society’s longstanding mission of providing scientific and technical educational training programs to the broadcast engineering community.

From its new booth location, the IEEE BTS will also be on hand to discuss details about the society’s upcoming Annual Broadcast Symposium, which will take place Oct. 14-17 at the Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio, Texas, as well as information about and benefits of BTS membership.

Educational Opportunities

“Bridging the Gap” Technical Training Seminar
Prior to the start of NAB, the IEEE BTS will offer its “Bridging the Gap” technical training course as part of the PBS Technical Conference (TechCon). The abbreviated, one-day course will take place April 2 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. The cost is $150. Registration is open now through Feb. 21 at www.pbstechconference.org/registration/.

The “Bridging the Gap” technical training course is open to the public, regardless of whether attendees are registered for the PBS TechCon. Designed to resolve the knowledge gap between IT technologists and video specialists, “Bridging the Gap” covers a wide range of technologies including baseband digital video transport, data networking for broadcast facilities, metadata, loudness, monitoring, and video compression, enabling them to more efficiently resolve day-to-day issues.

Future Television Technology Tutorial
The IEEE BTS will host a tutorial session at the NAB Broadcast Engineering Conference. On April 7 at 2:00 p.m., Richard Chernock, chief science officer at Triveni Digital, will chair the tutorial on “Future Television Technology — Advanced Coding.” Presented by broadcast industry technology experts, the tutorial session will explore next-generation television video and audio coding technologies, offering attendees a balanced perspective between understanding the underlying technologies and how such technology advancements affect their business and operations.

Membership Discounts for 2014 NAB Show Attendees

The society is offering 2014 NAB Show attendees a 50-percent discount on IEEE membership plus an additional discounted price of $7.50 to join BTS. IEEE membership includes attendance to local events and activities, discounted membership to individual societies, and a wide range of educational opportunities including conferences and presentations. Members also receive the latest industry news from IEEE, IEEE Spectrum, IEEE Standards News, and The Institute.

Annual Broadcast Symposium Registration

NAB attendees who stop by the IEEE BTS booth will receive a special discounted price to attend the society’s upcoming Annual Broadcast Symposium. The Annual Broadcast Symposium is one of the world’s premiere technical conferences on broadcasting technology. The three-day symposium, to be held Oct. 14-17 at the Hilton Palacio del Rio in San Antonio, Texas, offers attendees a variety of informative tutorials and technical sessions. Topics are presented by respected broadcast engineering experts from around the world. Additional details, including the symposium agenda, will be available at the IEEE BTS booth.

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About IEEE BTS
The IEEE Broadcast Technology Society (BTS) is a technical society and council dedicated toward advancing electrical and electronic engineering by maintaining scientific and technical standards as well as educating its members through various meetings, presentations, events, conferences, and training programs. IEEE BTS has more than 2000 members and chapters worldwide and has its own business office located in Piscataway, N.J.

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Christie to Showcase Wide Range of Digital Signage Solutions and Professional Services at DSE 2014

Christie®, a global visual technology company, returns to Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas to showcase its leading-edge digital signage and collaborative presentation systems that reflect the company’s wide range of visual display and communication options for the retail, architectural, digital out of home, and corporate environments. All Christie systems are backed by decades of industry experience and the option for professional services through Christie’s Managed Services, who design, deploy and support digital signage solutions that capture attention, communicate information and deliver experiences.

Among the products at Christie booth #527 will be Christie® MicroTiles® with the Christie Interactivity Kit; a technology preview of the new Christie QuadHD84P flat panel designed for both landscape and portrait modes; Christie’s latest 46-inch ultra-narrow bezel LCD multipurpose flat panel, and the innovative Christie Brio multisite meeting solution. Highlights include:

Christie MicroTiles with Interactivity Kit

Preview of new 84-inch Christie QuadHD84P Flat Panel Designed to Support Portrait and Landscape Applications

Building upon the advantages and features of the existing Christie QuadHD84 with stunning 60Hz Quad HD resolution (3840x 2160), the new high performance 84-inch Christie QuadHD84P expands the product offering with increased brightness of 500 nits and flexibility to display the flat panel in portrait and landscape modes. It is an easy-to-use, professional display, with low cost of operation, that can deliver instant “sizzle” to theater lobbies, retail, corporate and public spaces with dynamic promotional, signage and branding applications in both portrait and landscape modes of operation.

Christie MicroTiles Video Wall With Christie Interactivity Kit

A 6 unit by 4 unit Christie MicroTiles display will showcase the Christie Interactivity Kit, a modular and scalable multi-touch solution that can accommodate practically any rectangular digital display. It plugs into a computer USB port without the need for drivers, with high touch accuracy and fast response times, unlocking the full creative potential of any tiled video wall.

Christie Brio Presentation System and Collaboration Solution

Christie® Brio makes it effortless to meet, share information and work together across multiple locations while automatically coordinating up to five simultaneous video and audio presentations on meeting room displays. Presentations and high quality media can easily be shared between sites anywhere in the world via IP networks, allowing all participants to see the same content for efficient and effective teamwork.

Also visit Premier Mounts, booth #710, for more Christie LCD flat panel solutions.

HARMAN’s AKG Earns Prestigious TEC Award for K712PRO Reference Studio Headphones

VIENNA, Austria – At the 2014 Winter NAMM Show, HARMAN’s AKG earned a prestigious TEC Award for “Outstanding Technical Achievement” in the “Headphone/Earpiece Technology” field with its K712PRO reference studio headphones.

For the 29th years, prizes were awarded in 30 categories by a panel that consisted of readers of Mix, Pro Sound News and Pro Audio Review magazines, as well as representatives of NAMM, the Recording Academy’s Producers & Engineers Wing™, the Game Audio Network Guild and Broadjam.

The AKG K712PRO features pre-selected transducers that provide consistency and accurate localization. Its sophisticated open-back design, 3dB improved low-end performance, and revolutionary flat wire voice coil provide mastering and mixing professionals the performance they need to deliver the best possible results, while its genuine soft leather headband and light weight provide a comfortable fit for hours of fatigue-free work. Included with the headphones are an additional coiled cable and a premium carrying bag.

“We are thrilled and honored to have earned a TEC Award for our K712PRO headphones,” said Philipp Schuster, Product Line Manager, Headphones, AKG. “We designed the K712PRO headphones with durability, clarity and value in mind and they have been widely accepted in the industry as the standard for studio headphone quality. This year’s TEC Award further demonstrates this acceptance!”

For more information on the K712PRO, please visit http://www.akg.com/K712+PRO-827.html?pid=1408

HARMAN (www.HARMAN.com) designs, manufactures, and markets a wide range of infotainment and audio solutions for the automotive, consumer, and professional markets. It is a recognized world leader across its customer segments with premium brands including AKG®, Harman Kardon®, Infinity®, JBL®, Lexicon®, and Mark Levinson® and leading-edge connectivity, safety and audio technologies. 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 14,800 people across the Americas, Europe, and Asia and reported sales of $4.7 billion for the last twelve months ended December 31, 2013.

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Funky Junk helps Ruadhri Cushnan Upgrade His Monitors

Funky Junk, Europe’s leading supplier of new and refurbished professional recording equipment and services, has supplied Award-winning Mix engineer Ruadhri Cushnan with a pair of ATC SM25A studio monitors.

“I knew ATC had a great reputation as a monitor manufacturer and I’d specifically heard a few people talk favourably about the SM25s,” Ruadhri Cushnan says. “When I mentioned to the Funky Junk guys that I needed to improve my monitors they suggested that I try them. I did, and they were amazing, so I decided to buy a pair.”

The monitors have now been installed at Cushnan’s project studio.

“I’ve had my own Mix space since 2007, but recently moved to my current space because it is slightly bigger and gives me more room to accommodate my ever expanding gear racks,”

Cushnan says. “Being near Funky Junk was a happy accident but one that has definitely worked out well. It’s like having a big studio maintenance department right on the doorstep. The guys are very friendly and always happy to help – and they have a good coffee machine.”

Ruadhri Cushnan started his career as an assistant engineer at Metropolis Studios before turning his hand to freelance projects. Having worked as a programmer, writer and re-mixer, Cushnan is now best known as a Mix engineer – an area he has been focusing on since 2007. Recent projects have included album and single mixes for Ed Sheeran, Half Moon Run, The Maccabees, Nina Nesbitt and Foy Vance. He was also responsible for mixing Mumford & Son’s album Babel, for which he received a Grammy in 2013.

Virtually all of Cushnan’s mix projects are carried out at his project studio where he tends to mix ‘in the box’, but with lots of traditional analogue outboard as part of the workflow.

“I occasionally record some vocals and overdubs but 90% of my time is spent mixing,” he explains. “Obviously monitoring is critical and that’s why I needed to upgrade. I’m delighted with the ATC SM25s, which I’ve been using for a little while now. They really do have an incredible amount of detail and are very easy to listen to. I can mix on them at a good level for hours and not get tired out. When I first got them I put on some old favourite vinyls that I thought I knew well and, although it’s a real cliché, it was like hearing them fresh for the first time. They are excellent speakers.”

Cushnan adds that he was very happy with the help and advice Funky Junk’s technical boffins gave him. “They have a great support system and are always very competitive on price,” he says.

The success Ruadhri Cushnan enjoyed in 2012 and 2013 looks set to continue this year as he is already busy working on album projects for Luke Sital Singh (Parlophone) Saint Raymond (Warner/Asylum), King Charles (Universal/Republic), Foy Vance (Glassnote) and Nina Nesbitt.

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About Funky Junk:
Funky Junk is Europe’s leading supplier of new and refurbished professional recording equipment and services. It has offices in London, Paris, Milan and Spain and has been in business for over 20 years. The company is renowned for its high level technical knowledge, backed by extensive workshop facilities. As well as handling sales and repairs, Funky Junk also acts as a distributor to a number of equipment brands and deals with their service and warranty.

For more information please visit www.proaudioeurope.com

DPA Microphones Bring Added Clarity To David Gray’s Vocals

Leading singer songwriter David Gray has become the latest in a long line of vocalists to discover the benefits of DPA Microphones’ new d:facto™ Vocal Microphone.

Gray’s well-crafted songs were delivered with pristine clarity during his recent Sounding Out tour of Ireland after FOH engineer Graham Pattison introduced DPA’s d:facto II into the equipment line-up.

“I’ve been a fan of DPA microphones for some time because they deliver such great sound quality,” Pattison says. “However, this was the first time I’d had the opportunity to use the new d:facto II Vocal Microphone and I was really impressed with the results we achieved. Right from the first syllable in rehearsals I knew we were onto a winner, but it wasn’t until the first show in Ireland a few days later that I really heard the vocal clarity and exceptional quality through a large venue sound system. There were no gain or feedback issues, and even when left with a flat EQ it sounded exactly how I’m used to hearing David’s voice. The EQ I did end up using was just to help the vocal sit in well with the instrumentation.”

Pattison adds that Gray didn’t question why his microphone had been changed.

“He trusted my judgment and his own ears,” he explains. “During the two week tour we played 11 shows, and did a live streamed and filmed ‘other voices’ show and a live on air RTE radio show. Everyone was coming back to me with very positive feedback about the sound in general as well as his vocal performance.”

Pattison first began working with David Gray in 2007 and since then he has engineered all his live gigs. In 2011, Gray’s Lost and Found tour gave him the opportunity to experiment with a different technical approach and it was on that occasion that he began using DPA microphones.

“The Lost and Found tour was a more acoustic presentation of David’s songs, so we used different instrumentation,” Pattison explains. “We also added a couple of new musicians who could cover backing vocalist duties, so at times we had a five voice choir to back up David’s main vocal.”

Thanks to the acoustic nature of the show, Pattison decided that DPA microphones would be the perfect way to capture the instruments on stage. After speaking with DP’A UK distributor Sound Network about the tour’s requirements, Pattison settled on using two d:vote™ 4099 Instrument Microphones for the double bass and cello, two d:dicate™ 4011 Recording Microphones for the acoustic guitar and mandolin, two 4023 microphones for the grand piano and one d:vote 4099 Instrument Microphone for Gray’s trademark handpump harmonium.

“I chose DPA microphones for their sound quality – it really was as simple as that,” Pattison says. “DPA microphones have always been regarded as the best you can buy, so when I had an opportunity to acquire some mics for my studio and for live shows, I knew that DPA was the way I wanted to go. Apart from their exceptional sound quality, I’ve also find them extremely versatile because they can be mounted in so many different ways, including directly onto the instrument.”

Pattison says that DPA microphones are now standard on all the tours he engineers because they are so rugged and reliable.

“I did three tours last year, all with DPA, and I didn’t have any microphone failures,” he says. “Even the miniature cardioid microphone I’ve been using on David’s pump harmonium is still going strong. The build quality, particularly of the d:dicate 4011 Recording Microphones, is fantastic and no matter where in the world I ship them, they always withstand the rigors of freighting and come out of their boxes working perfectly every time.

“With an ever increasing vocal choir, I am now looking forward to getting my hands on some more DPA d:facto Vocal Microphones. With those, and the d:vote 4099 drum microphones, DPA will certainly be getting a good run in.”

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About DPA
DPA Microphones is the leading Danish Professional Audio manufacturer of high quality condenser microphone solutions for professional applications. DPA’s ultimate goal is to provide you – whether you’re in live sound, recording, theater or broadcast – with the absolute finest possible microphone solutions for your tasks. DPA takes no shortcuts in the design processes nor makes any compromises in manufacturing, which is all done at the DPA factory in Denmark. As a result, DPA’s products are globally praised for their exceptional clarity and transparency, unparalleled specifications, supreme reliability, and above all, pure, uncolored and undistorted sound.

For more information, please visit www.dpamicrophones.com

GDS Pro Range ArcSystem LED Fixtures Meet the Needs of Fellowship Center at the First Baptist Church in Lewisville, Texas

When First Baptist Church in Lewisville, Texas decided it was time to install a new lighting system in its Fellowship Center, a GDS Pro Range ArcSystem met the challenge of illuminating the space. A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive distributor of GDS fixtures in North America.

“The house lighting for the room originally had dimmable metal halide pendant lights and high sconces in the ceiling of the Fellowship Center. Unfortunately the room was dark – just 12 to 30 footcandles – and had an extreme color temperature of 5620 Kelvin and terrible color. Everyone looked pale green,” says Keith Buresh, a consultant and lighting designer who specified the new GDS fixtures. “The church had investigated replacing the house lighting with incandescent fixtures, but they didn’t cover the space, added heat and they would have required extensive ceiling renovations. LED house-lighting fixtures were right on the edge of being usable, though. GDS had just come out with some new lights, and Jeff Mabray, a Specification Sales rep with Edwin Jones Company, and I worked with A.C.T to bring in one of the first ArcSystem prototypes to Dallas to test”.

“We sampled the GDS ArcSystem units with dimmers, and the dimming curve was really solid,” Buresh reports. “We also liked that the LED lighting module was recessed deep within the reflector, which reduced the glare factor – a real problem with numerous LED products. And its color rendering and output were great for this application.”

The First Baptist Church acquired (16) 8-cell Pro Range ArcSystem 4000 Kelvin/37degree fixtures tailored for wide areas and high bay installations. They are finished in white to complement the building’s architecture and were supplied by Barbizon Dallas.

ArcSystem LED auditorium lighting fixtures are designed in the UK for environments where dimming, quality of light and ease of installation are paramount. They are available in single-cell to multi-cell units with a range of beam angles incorporating high-efficiency optics and LEDs. ArcSystem is able to produce a rich, warm light with a CRI in excess of 90. A wide range of color temperatures is available to suit any environment.

All of the fixtures at the First Baptist Church are controlled wirelessly using ArcMesh, GDS’s proprietary mesh networking protocol that allowed the product to be installed and commissioned without installing control wiring to each fixture. “That reduced costs,” Buresh says. “All we had to do was pop in a junction box with a power receptacle to each unit; that’s very handy and simple for any sort of maintenance issues. And the wireless control unit is very easy to monitor. Any problems can be resolved quickly and easily.”

The ArcMesh transmitter receives DMX instructions from an ETC Paradigm Architectural Control Processor system, allowing a completely integrated single control mechanism for all architectural lighting. Part of the renovation included a new architectural control system, dimmers, light board and six wall control stations to allow users to activate lighting looks from numerous entrances into the room.

“We ended up changing over the entire house lighting for the room, including can lights, high sconces and wall sconces. So, at this point the entire Fellowship Center and overflow space have dimmable LED lamps in the fixtures. It took some trial and error but we were able to find A-bulbs and BR40 lamps that had appropriate Kelvin, Color Rendering Index values and dimmable curves that used the existing fixtures. We saved a lot by not having to retrofit fixtures.” Buresh says.

“The GDS fixtures are a great fit for the application, we’ve been really impressed with them. Configuration and integration into the Paradigm system was a breeze, one of the smoothest that I’ve seen,” reports Chris Leffel, the installer and project manager with Barbizon Dallas.

The overall light level with the new fixtures reaches up to 90FC in places, an increase of almost four times the level of the previous installation.

“Everyone has been very supportive,” says Buresh. “GDS was very helpful in getting the installation up and running for us, and A.C.T and GDS have been very open to suggestions and problem-solving.”

Tim Zednick is the technical director at the First Baptist Church, and has been very involved in the process and totally on board with programming the control system to work smoothly with the GDS ArcSystem software and units.

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COUNTRYMAN HELPS ENSURE THE MESSAGE IS CLEAR AT BROOKSIDE COMMUNITY CHURCH

**** Photo: Ryan “Ryno” Henderson ****

Ft. Wayne, IN – February 2014… One of the biggest challenges faced by today’s worship leaders is maintaining the attention of the congregation. If the message can’t be clearly heard and understood, its relevance is lost. As a result, houses of worship everywhere are paying more attention to the quality of their sound reinforcement systems. The focus starts at the input, which in most cases, is the microphone. To ensure the highest level of speech intelligibility, worship leaders at Brookside Community Church rely on H6 Headset microphones from Menlo Park, CA-based Countryman Associates. more

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