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CLEAR-COM® SHOWCASES COMMUNICATIONS SYSTEMS AT CABSAT 2008

BOOTH ZO-21, HALL: ZABEEL
CABSAT 2008 DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
MARCH 4-6, 2008

DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES, MARCH 3, 2008–Spotlighting its signature products, Clear-Com®, a global leading provider of communications systems, will be exhibiting the Encore™ Party-line Communication System, the compact Eclipse Median Digital Matrix for mid-size to large applications, Eclipse Easi-PiCo Digital Matrix for smaller applications, and the flexible FreeSpeak®10 at this year‘s CABSAT, March 4-6. more

CSI Announces the Return of its Fiber-Ed Seminars

Hauppauge, NY – Back by popular demand! Communications Specialties, Inc. (CSI), the leading industry manufacturer of fiber optic systems for the AV Market, is pleased to announce the return of its successful Fiber-Ed Seminars. The seminars are free to attend and are designed to help industry professionals better understand the current state-of-the-art fiber optic technology and how it can be applied to today‘s Pro A/V and Broadcast applications. more

SHURE ON THE CAMPAIGN TRAIL ‘08

As candidates continue to debate the issues, Shure is one of the few things everyone can agree upon

NILES, IL, February 21, 2008–Is Republican presidential candidate John McCain leaning too far to the left? Can his counterparts on the Democratic side, Senators Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton, project integrity and passion? more

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Shure Sets The Wireless Record Straight

White Spaces, 700 MHz Auctions, Other Frequency Bands

NILES, IL, February 26, 2008 – Shure has a strong message for our wireless microphone customers. “The sky is not falling,” says Michael Pettersen, Director of Applications Engineering, whose department talks to hundreds of wireless microphone users every week. “Most people have heard only half of the story, and that half is often wrong.” more

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The First Crestron Multimedia Presentation System with Full Digital Signal Processing

Crestron today introduced the MPS-300 , the first Multimedia Presentation System (MPS) to feature fully digital audio signal processing. Ideal for presentation and video teleconference rooms that require simultaneously active microphones and/or diverse output options, the MPS-300 is a single, full featured box that, along with the system switcher and control system provided by the MPS line, has enhanced microphone performance and mixing capabilities, and greater video routing flexibility. more

NextWindow Interactive Displays to Dominate Digital Signage Expo

Experience Touch First-Hand With NextWindow Large Format Technology

Emeryville, CA – February 22, 2008 – With touch screens becoming de rigueur for the digital signage industry, one standout company, NextWindow, Ltd., the international leader in optical touch screen technology, will feature its interactive displays in partner booths throughout the Digital Signage Expo held on February 27 and 28, 2008 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The expo will feature NextWindow‘s 2400 Series Screen Overlays, and 2100 Touch Screen Kits in many exhibitors‘ booths, including NEC (Booth #113), Ingram Micro (Booth #369), Electrograph (Booth #469), Scala (Booth #305), Alive Promo, and others. more

LIFT-TECH LT-200 Motorized FlatPanel TV Lifts Designed For Ultra Slim Profile Applications

VALENCIA, Calif., Feb. 21, 2008 — LIFT-TECH (www.televisionlifts.com), the industry leader in motorized flat panel television lifts, has announced that its built-to-order motorized Up/Down LT-200 Series now comes with more available options, including the LT-200-BP. A slim profile backplate allows for even easier installations into ultra thin profile furniture and cabinetry, including mobile cases. more

AMX Applies CEDIA, InfoComm and NSCA Courses Toward Annual ACE Certification Maintenance

RICHARDSON, Texas – Feb. 18, 2008 – AMX® announced today its new ACE certification maintenance plan, which includes credit for specific training courses offered by CEDIA, InfoComm and NSCA. The ACE certification program provides individuals and companies with special credit and recognition for completing pre-determined courses offered by AMX University, the company‘s global training organization. more

Barco boasts 10 megapixel resolution in new LX-5 projector brochure

Barco‘s recent brochure on its new, ultra-high resolution 10 megapixel LX-5 projector focuses on the innovative features and functions that make this LCoS display technology the industry‘s leading visual system in fidelity and image quality. The brochure highlights the many advantages of high-pixel density projection for enhanced realism and the advantages it brings to a wide range of visualization applications. more

Barco’s new iCon NH-12, three-chip DLP projector brochure is world’s first

The new 6-page iCon NH-12 brochure introduces the world‘s first network-centric projection system with 12,000 lumens light output, full 1080p HD resolution, and Windows desktop integration. From displaying a variety of data sources in multiple windows, to simple mouse and keyboard control, to centralized control and diagnostics, the brochure outlines the clear advantages and cost benefits of the iCon NH-12 for professional, user-friendly projection and real-time collaboration. more

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