ANAHEIM, California – May 2007 – For fans of the fast-paced sport of hockey, hearing the action can be nearly as important as seeing it. Knowledgeable play-by-play commentators are an essential part of keeping the crowd intimately involved in what’s happening on the ice. Today, a full complement of newly installed Crown CTs amplifiers is helping fans at Anaheim’s Honda Center clearly hear all of the exciting commentaries and stadium anthems during high-action Ducks hockey games. more
Archive of the AV Control Systems Category
ST. LOUIS, Missouri – May 2007 — In October 2006, St. Louis’ new Busch Stadium, home of the Cardinals, went on record as one of very few ballparks whose baseball team won the World Series in the facility’s inaugural season.
Construction for the new $365 million, 44,000-seat Busch Stadium, the third such home for the franchise, began back in January 2004. Dallas-based design and consulting firm Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams (WJHW) was charged with the audio system design portion of the project; however, this was not the company’s first experience working for the Cardinals. In the late-’80s, WJHW had been called to the second Busch Stadium to make some upgrades to the ballpark’s existing sound system, which, at that time, included the installation of various Crown power amplifiers. more
NORTHRIDGE, California – May 2007 — Soundcraft has announced the availability of new interface cards for the Soundcraft Vi Series of digital mixing consoles enabling direct integration with Aviom‘s personal monitoring system, the Pro16(tm) Series.
The cards provide direct digital connection on a single Cat5e cable from the Soundcraft Vi6(tm) and newly announced Soundcraft Vi4(tm) aux or group outputs into an Aviom(r) Pro16 Series personal mixer. The Pro16 System enables musicians on stage to be fed with up to 16 subgroups of instruments or vocals, which they can then mix to their own tastes using their own onstage controllers. more
COOKEVILLE, TN – May 2007 — Located approximately halfway between Nashville and Knoxville on Interstate 40, Cookeville, Tennessee has quietly become a thriving micropolitan area known for its strong economy and many artistic and cultural opportunities. At the heart of the city’s cultural community is the Cookeville Drama Center, which is now home to a new Soundcraft MH2 console. more
ANAHEIM, CA, May 8, 2007 — The RapcoHorizon Company, leading manufacturer of audio/video interfacing and cable equipment, will feature its HDMI Fiber Optic Extender, HDMI-X, at InfoComm 2007 (Booth #8839). Designed for high definition multimedia in such vast applications as video wall systems, large LED sign boards, medical imaging equipment, home theater and TV broadcast, HDMI-X offers contractors the necessary gear within a convenient, tightly knit and ready-to-use HDMI installation kit. more
ANAHEIM, CA, May 8, 2007 – Aviom, exclusive developer of the world‘s fastest audio transport technology, A-Net¬ģ, is exhibiting the latest addition to its innovative Pro64 Series of audio distribution products, the 6416dio Digital I/O Module, at InfoComm 2007 (Booth #8246).
A revolutionary product that truly unleashes the full power, speed and performance of the Pro64 platform, the 6416dio provides sixteen channels of digital inputs and out¨puts to and from a Pro64 A Net audio network in a single 2U package, using the AES3 format. more
WEST CHESTER, PA, May 3, 2007 — Aviom (InfoComm, Booth #8246), exclusive developer of the world‘s premier audio transport technology, A-Net¬ģ, is announcing the appointment of Michael J. McGinn as the company‘s new Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
Another step in Aviom‘s consistent development as a company, McGinn brings years of senior executive and board member experience with demonstrated success in general management, marketing, and sales with global industry leaders Shure, Ecolab, and Eastman Kodak. more
NORTHRIDGE, California – May 2007 — Soundcraft has expanded the connectivity options for its Vi Series (Vi6, Vi4) of digital live sound consoles with the introduction of a CobraNet interface card.
The CobraNet option card allows up to 32 channels of input or output signals (or a combination of both) to be received by or sent from the console onto a CobraNet network. By default, the card is configured for 32 outputs. more
BURBANK, Calif. — May 2, 2007 – Coffey Sound, a Hollywood, Calif.-based company that has served the audio industry for nearly two decades, today announced the launch of a new e-commerce Web site at www.coffeysound.com. The site gives new and existing clients access to a growing selection of hundreds of pro audio products, available for secure purchase at any time, as well as valuable service and support resources. more
PLEASANTON, Calif. – April 24, 2007 – Polycom, Inc. (NASDAQ: PLCM), the world‘s leading provider of unified collaborative solutions, today announced an engineering breakthrough for the recently released RMX 2000™ real-time media conferencing platform that will deliver true high definition (HD) continuous presence conferencing with full transcoding on the existing RMX 2000 media processing module hardware. The feature, delivered with RMX 2000 Version 2.0 software, enables customers to combine video conferencing endpoints with different resolutions (HD, standard definition (SD) and common intermediate format resolution (CIF)) within the same call, showing multiple sites simultaneously (continuous presence) and providing optimal resolution and call quality for each participant based on the capabilities of their video system. more