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AMX Hires Software Industry Veteran to Lead Regional Sales Strategy for Central U.S.

RICHARDSON, Texas – Nov. 30, 2007 – AMX® announced today that Gary Schafer has joined the company as vice president of regional sales for the central United States. Schafer is a software industry veteran with more than 20 years of experience in sales and customer relationship management. more

CANON U.S.A. WEB SITE EXPANDS USERS AWARENESS OF HIGH-RESOLUTION PROJECTOR IMAGE QUALITY

LAKE SUCCESS, N.Y., November 29, 2007 – Canon U.S.A., Inc., a world leader in optics and image quality, has made it easy for projector buyers who demand High-Definition-quality images with exacting detail; highly accurate color; and crisp, readable small type to compare various resolutions online in one easy-to-use Web site.

The www.usa.canon.com/details Web site, also known as “Where Are The Details?,” provides a user-friendly interface for side-by-side comparisons of XGA, SXGA+ and Canon REALiS SXGA+ projector displays using market-specific images for education, business, medicine, engineering, professional photography and government. more

Sony Unveils Two LCD Business Projectors

PARK RIDGE, N.J., Nov. 26, 2007 – Sony is expanding its line of video projection systems for commercial applications with two new LCD models for larger-venues.
The new VPL-FW300L (7,000 lumens) and the VPL-FH300L (6,000 lumens) projector models are designed to deliver outstanding images while in the same room as the audience. This makes them ideal for smaller auditoriums, large classrooms and meeting rooms, museum exhibits, event centers, ballrooms and movie theaters for displaying pre-show content. more

PEERLESS ENSURES ONLINE PRODUCT SALES THROUGH AUTHORIZED DEALERS

- To Identify Unauthorized Online Resellers, Peerless and Net Enforcers Sign Internet Monitoring Agreement -

CHICAGO, IL – November 20, 2007 – Peerless Industries, Inc., the industry leader in professional-grade audio/visual mounting solutions, today announced its initiative to identify unauthorized internet sales of their mounting products by partnering with Net Enforcers, a proven internet monitoring search company that identifies online resellers. more

CEI Completes Major Integration Work at Massive New Library of Congress Archive Facility

Newington, VA – Nov. 15, 2007 – Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) announced today it has reached a significant milestone in a major integration project for the new National Audio-Visual Conservation Center (NAVCC) at the Library of Congress Packard Campus in Culpeper, VA. CEI is handling the final designs, installation and integration of all the equipment that will be used for digitizing the massive audio and video archives at the NAVCC, which contains the world‘s largest and most comprehensive collection of films, television programs, radio broadcasts, and sound recordings. more

AMX Expands Epica Digital Generation Switcher Line with New HD-SDI Boards

WASHINGTON DC – Nov. 15, 2007 – Today at Government Video Expo, AMX® announced that it has expanded its AutoPatch® fiber optic switcher line – the Epica® Digital Generation (Epica DG) – with the addition of HD-SDI (High Definition Serial Digital Interface) Input and Output Boards. These new boards are significant because they add support for HD-SDI and SD-SDI (Standard Definition Serial Digital Interface) equipment to the Epica DG product line. AMX is demonstrating its new HD-SDI Boards in booth 607 at the show, which is being held Nov. 15 – 16 in Washington DC. more

RTS ADAM Matrix Raises the Bar for Emergency Operations Center Communications in Houston

Houston, TX A new RTS ADAM matrix system installation at the City of Houston Emergency Operations Center has raised the bar for mission critical communications in EOC applications. The heart of a supremely flexible and user-friendly intercom system that links the Houston EOC with all appropriate city, regional and federal departments and agencies, the ADAM system was supplied and installed by Bill McKee of Broadcast Technical Services, with manufacturer support from Britt Bowers of Telex RTS. As Terry Moore, who manages the systems at Houston EOC, says, the one word that best describes this installation is “interoperability.? more

RTS Intercom Shoots for the STARS

El Segundo, CA The Spacelift Telemetry Acquisition & Reporting System (STARS) was developed to improve Aerospace’s day-of-launch support and post-flight analysis. Rather than send 40 engineers to the launch site (Cape Canaveral or Vandenberg AFB), the idea was to bring the data to them so they can perform “independent” analysis. STARS was impressed by the voice quality and flexibility of an RTS installation in another high-profile private aerospace facility, and they soon followed suit. Bruce Mau, a communications expert at STARS, describes how RTS intercom helps make launch day a success at STARS: more

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Congressional Support Grows For White Spaces Wireless Microphone Interests

Shure Applauds Widening Call For Thorough Evaluation

NILES, IL, October 22, 2007 — With official news that the FCC has rescinded its October deadline for issuing new regulations governing use of the hotly-contested “White Spaces” within the TV spectrum, Shure Incorporated‘s President and CEO Sandy LaMantia lauded the continuing efforts of a growing bipartisan group on Capitol Hill lending its support to wireless microphone interests. more

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Williams Sound Introduces the PPA R1600 FM Remote Speaker

EDEN PRAIRIE – Williams Sound is pleased to announce that it has begun shipping the PPA R1600 FM Remote Speaker to commercial sound markets.

Many facilities use remote office space or meeting rooms for daily activities, but are unable to take advantage of audio services due to audio cable being difficult to install. The R1600 FM remote speaker helps to solve this problem. The speaker will pick up the broadcast of an audio service wirelessly from any Williams Sound transmitter operating on 72-76 MHz. No unsightly audio cables to run; no complicated installation. The speaker simply plugs into an available AC outlet and the volume of the audio program can be adjusted to a comfortable listening level. The speaker is ideal for an office, nursery, cry room, rehearsal room, or any remote location where the participants need to listen or monitor the audio service. more

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