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Press Releases For : September 23, 2014

SVS SUBWOOFERS NOW IN MAGNOLIA DESIGN CENTERS INSIDE BEST BUY NATIONWIDE

Girard, OH – September 23, 2014SVS, a worldwide leader in high performance home audio products, has been selected by Magnolia Design Center inside Best Buy to excite a passion for bass and subwoofers at retail stores nationwide.

For over 50 years, Magnolia has been dedicated to offering premium audio, video and home automation gear for connoisseurs who demand nothing but the best. In 2009 Magnolia opened its first Design Center located inside a Best Buy store. These Design Centers encapsulate everything the original Magnolia standalone stores could offer; the most premium brands, a greater depth in product categories, as well as professionally trained System Designers, Engineers and Installers. These Design Centers also provide the look and feel of being in a home rather than a store to provide a more realistic demo experience.

“Magnolia Design Centers gives SVS unprecedented visibility in the marketplace alongside the industry’s most well-respected and well-known brands,” said Gary Yacoubian, president and CEO of SVS. “More importantly, Magnolia’s knowledgeable staff knows how to sell high-performance audio and provide a memorable demo experience that gets people as excited about great sound as we are.”

SVS products are sold internationally, both direct and at retail, depending on regional preferences. The company’s hybrid go-to market approach and unilateral resale policy have proven to be a profitable model that helps raise the average selling price of audio products for dealers with real margins backed by expert service, when it’s needed.

Yacoubian continued, “The phenomenal growth of both Magnolia Design Centers and SVS over the last few years proves there is a high performance audio resurgence underway and this collaboration represents a major milestone for our brand.”

For more information, please visit www.svsound.com  or like them on Facebook or Twitter.

For more information about Magnolia Design Centers, please visit www.magnoliaav.com

About SVS

SVS is a global leader in high performance home audio products; designing, manufacturing and selling subwoofers and speakers through its Internet direct business. Founded in 1998 by a group of audio enthusiasts seeking to develop an alternative to traditional audio manufacturers, SVS was forged out of a passion for the science of sound married to a disruptive, forward-facing go-to-market strategy. Today, SVS takes a radical approach to how audio products are developed. Built on collective decades of experience, SVS is redefining performance and value for people who love music and sound.

Press Contact:  Caster Communications, Inc. at 401.792.7080

Nicholas Brown: nbrown@castercomm.com

Kimberly Lancaster: klancaster@castercomm.com

For digital images log on to: www.castercomm.com

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Christie Offers Simulation Display Roadshow October 8 in Dayton, Ohio

Christie®, which introduced the world’s first DLP® simulation projection system with LED illumination, is on the road again bringing its simulation display solutions to Dayton, Ohio, on October 8. Register by Oct 3.

At the Christie Sim Roadshow, simulation and defense industry program managers, systems engineers and technical specialists who are exploring solutions to deliver a more realistic and effective training experience using simulation solutions, will get a taste of Christie’s leading display solutions engineered for real-world simulated environments.

Christie Matrix StIM Dual Input Simulation Projector

Attendees will see demonstrations of solutions that optimize dynamic image quality, maximize uptime and work efficiently within a narrow budget. Technical experts will also be on-hand to answer questions and for one-on-one discussions.

Christie Sim Roadshow products and solutions include:

• Matrix StIM dual input projection capability – experience the dramatic increase in dynamic image quality with 120Hz operation

• AutoCal™ – understand the efficiency and ease of operation of Christie’s automatic calibration solution and how it helps increase system uptime

• Deployable immersive training simulator – test drive Christie’s turnkey system designed for cost-constrained applications such as helicopter, UAV operator, vehicle and part-task training
There is no charge to attend. Registration is required by Oct 3.

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Point Source Audio Announces FREE Mic Cases for Church Attendees at WFX 2014

The first 100 church visitors to booth 844 at the 2014 Worship Facilities Expo in Dallas, Texas, will receive a custom microphone case valued at $25.00

Point Source Audio's new CO-PCH mic case stores two to four mics, including the headset style.

Point Source Audio (PSA), an innovator of the original and one-of-a-kind “Unbreakable Boom” miniature microphones, announced today that it plans to give away 100 of its new custom microphone cases at the Worship Facilities Expo (booth #844) from October 1 – 2, 2014 in Dallas, Texas. The first 100 church visitors to register at booth 844 will receive a free custom microphone case valued at $25.00.

“Miniature mics are designed to be lightweight and comfortable so their small footprint can be a challenge for storage and management, especially if a facility has many microphones. Our new case can store two to four microphones at a time because all of our headsets fold flat,” commented James Lamb, president of Point Source Audio. “We’re here to provide more than a product; we want to give our customers a total positive experience when they choose Point Source Audio.”

Church attendees simply need to register at Point Source Audio’s booth 844 during open exhibit hours on October 1 and October 2, 2014 to receive the case. The giveaway is limited to one per church customer—up to 100 cases—so WFX attendees are encouraged to stop in early.

Point Source Audio microphones are all shipped in their own individual box with magnetic lid, but the new cases are designed as an organizer and travel case for the company’s SERIES8 collection of headset, earworn and lavalier microphones. Cases are available in the company’s “obvious orange” brand color for quick identification.

With an MSRP starting at $389, Point Source Audio’s SERIES8 miniature microphones and accessories are available for purchase at a number of resellers and distributors worldwide. Its flagship 360° bendable boom feature is one of four features the company touts to be unique in combination with their mics’ waterproof rating against water, sweat and makeup; 148 dB max SPL; and interchangeable X-connectors. More information about Point Source Audio’s various audio solutions can be found by visiting www.point-sourceaudio.com.

About Point Source Audio
Point Source Audio (PSA) manufactures and distributes worldwide their SERIES8 miniature microphones—a unique line of headset and earworn microphones known for their robust bendable boom and waterproof features. As a result of PSA’s pro-audio expertise and its admired reputation for sales and service support, the company was also named Digigram’s Master Distributor for the Americas. The world renowned brand of Digigram sound cards, IP audio and video codecs, and Ethersound audio networking technology are now available from Point Source Audio. Founded in 2004, Point Source Audio is headquartered in Petaluma, Calif. For more information call (415) 226-1122 or visit www.point-sourceaudio.com.

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Point Source Audio SERIES8 Microphones Chosen by Chase Oaks Texas Mega-Church

Audio engineer and leadership team select PSA’s low-profile mics after extensive evaluation.

Chase Oaks' Senior Pastor Jeff Jones relies on Point Source Audio’s CO-8WD headset microphone to deliver to his congregation

Point Source Audio (PSA), an innovator of the original and one-of-a-kind “Unbreakable Boom” miniature microphones, announced that its SERIES8 miniature microphones have been adopted by the three campuses of Chase Oaks Church of Plano, Texas—serving greater Plano’s population of 720,000.

SERIES8 headset mics are well-suited to the church community, particularly those with large congregations and physical dimensions to match. Chase Oaks’ expansive campuses made servicing their microphones a growing challenge and expense. “Our old headsets were continually snapping. It was very frustrating,” recounts Chase Oak’s Audio Engineer Kevin Sanchez before discovering Point Source Audio’s SERIES8 and its unique “Unbreakable Boom”. “The help I received from PSA’s customer support CHAT just blew me away,” Kevin added, “every question I asked came back with a ‘yes’ and a ‘here’s how you can do it.’”

The SERIES8 collection of headset, earworn and lavalier microphones is Point Source Audio’s next generation of miniature microphones. Its flagship 360° bendable boom feature is one of four features the company touts to be unique in combination with their mics’ IP57 waterproof rating against water, sweat and makeup; 148 dB max SPL; and interchangeable X-connectors for swapping wireless terminations.

Sanchez was wowed by Point Source Audio’s miniature headset that was both bendable and waterproof. After purchasing the CO-8WD through his trusted dealer, Rat Sound Systems in Camarillo, California, he verified the boom didn’t break after bending it 90° and after wearing for 30 minutes, it passed the comfort challenge. But the definitive factor for Sanchez and the leadership team was the headset mic’s performance quality. “I was shocked at how much gain I could get before feedback and the clarity of the headset,” remarked Sanchez.

Chase Oaks Church joins other distinguished venues such as Universal Studios, the Kravis Center, and Shiki Theater Company Tokyo to have compared and chosen Point Source Audio’s SERIES8 microphone. With an MSRP starting at $389, Point Source Audio’s SERIES8 miniature microphones are available for purchase at a number of resellers and distributors worldwide. More information about Point Source Audio’s various audio solutions can be found by visiting www.point-sourceaudio.com.

About Point Source Audio
Point Source Audio (PSA) manufactures and distributes worldwide their SERIES8 miniature microphones—a unique line of headset and earworn microphones known for their robust bendable boom and waterproof features. As a result of PSA’s pro-audio expertise and its admired reputation for sales and service support, the company was also named Digigram’s Master Distributor for the Americas. The world renowned brand of Digigram sound cards, IP audio and video codecs, and Ethersound audio networking technology are now available from Point Source Audio. Founded in 2004, Point Source Audio is headquartered in Petaluma, Calif. For more information call (415) 226-1122 or visit www.point-sourceaudio.com.

Scheiner, Ainlay, Slovarp and McClain Demo Yamaha NUAGE at AES

Award-winning recording and mix engineers Elliot Scheiner, Chuck Ainlay, Jeremiah Slovarp of Jereco Studios, and John McClain of Dog & Pony Studios, along with Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems technology experts will discuss and demonstrate the NUAGE Advanced Production System and Nuendo 6.5 Software for music and post applications during the AES 2014 Show. The demos will take place at booth #1401 on Friday, Oct. 10: Jeremiah Slovarp at 11:00 am – 12:00, Elliot Scheiner from 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Chuck Ainlay from 4:00 – 5:00 pm, and John McClain from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. On Saturday, October 11: John McClain from 10:00 – 11:00 am, Chuck Ainlay from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, and Jeremiah Slovarp from 3:00 – 4:00 pm.

Also, check out the Yamaha Demo Room, #304C, on Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11 for CL and QL Series Basic Operation Tips between 11:00 am – 1:00 pm and CL and QL Series Network Essentials between 3:00 – 5:00 pm. On Sunday, October 12, there will be a CL and QL Series hands-on open lab from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

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Scheiner, Ainlay, Slovarp and McClain Demo Yamaha NUAGE at AES

Award-winning recording and mix engineers Elliot Scheiner, Chuck Ainlay, Jeremiah Slovarp of Jereco Studios, and John McClain of Dog & Pony Studios, along with Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems technology experts will discuss and demonstrate the NUAGE Advanced Production System and Nuendo 6.5 Software for music and post applications during the AES 2014 Show. The demos will take place at booth #1401 on Friday, Oct. 10: Jeremiah Slovarp at 11:00 am – 12:00, Elliot Scheiner from 3:00 – 4:00 pm, Chuck Ainlay from 4:00 – 5:00 pm, and John McClain from 5:00 – 6:00 pm. On Saturday, October 11: John McClain from 10:00 – 11:00 am, Chuck Ainlay from 12:00 – 1:00 pm, and Jeremiah Slovarp from 3:00 – 4:00 pm.

Also, check out the Yamaha Demo Room, #304C, on Friday, October 10 and Saturday, October 11 for CL and QL Series Basic Operation Tips between 11:00 am – 1:00 pm and CL and QL Series Network Essentials between 3:00 – 5:00 pm. On Sunday, October 12, there will be a CL and QL Series hands-on open lab from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm.

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WorldStage Goes Underground for “Dive” Immersive Art Installation for Summer Streets 2014

The New York City Department of Transportation’s Summer Streets 2014 arts festival once again turned Manhattan’s Park Avenue pedestrian tunnel into an immersive art experience with help from WorldStage, which provided audio and lighting support for Norwegian artist’s Jana Winderen’s sound installation, “Dive.” Last year WorldStage teamed with NYCDOT and artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer on “Voice Tunnel,” the first time in history that an artist transformed the utilitarian space on Park Avenue between 33rd and 40th Street.

“We were excited to work with WorldStage last year, and when we decided to do a new project we came straight to WorldStage,” says Emily Colasacco, director of urban art/Summer Streets at NYCDOT. “The tunnel is such a challenging space: The exhibit was from 7 am to 1 pm on three Saturdays in August and had to be set up overnight and disassembled in the afternoon to open the tunnel back up to vehicular traffic. Then there was the additional challenge of how to create an intense sound piece in a space that echoes. We had to balance that intensity with allowing participants to talk.”

Jana Winderen has worked as an artist, curator and producer since 1993. She has researched the hidden depths of the world using the latest technology to reveal the complexity and strangeness of the unseen world beneath. She focuses on finding and revealing sounds from otherwise inaudible natural habitats and creatures.

The subterranean tunnel was a perfect venue for “Dive,” which featured sounds of crustaceans, fish and mammals recorded by Winderen in shallow to deep underwater environments from Greenland to Thailand and beyond. Those sounds mixed with lapping waves and man-made noises from boats and seal-scaring devices. The public explored eight habitats of sound diving deeper and deeper into the tunnel, which was bathed in evocative blue light.

“We are not used to listening underwater,” says Winderen, “so this offered a new and unique experience in a very special place. The space gave people room for concentrated listening. When I saw the tunnel I thought it was a great way to dive into the unknown.”

The artist says that it made sense to partner with WorldStage on the project “because they had the experience” of working in the tunnel last year. “They knew how to bring in power and [deal with] security issues. They knew how to help solve problems and make my ideas a reality.”

WorldStage provided 64 Meyer UPM-1P Compact Loudspeakers, 16 Meyer 500-HP Compact High Power Subwoofers and RedNet PCIe cards in external Thunderbolt Chassis for the signal audio control installation. WorldStage audio system designer Kate Brown once again integrated the sound system working with Winderen and Professor Tony Myatt, who designed and programmed the audio system to play in 3D spatial sound.

“WorldStage set up a demo room and an 25% scale mock-up in their New Jersey shop where I could work with the sound files and Tony did tests,” says Winderen. “WorldStage was totally great in all ways – very professional and friendly. They facilitated the job, helped us get the speakers we wanted and found the positions for them.”

Lighting also played a key role in creating the tunnel’s underwater atmosphere. Fixtures consisted of 100 Color Kinetics Color Blasts and 100 Astera wireless LED PARs, which supplemented 30 high-output LED fixtures provided by NYCDOT and the 12 high-output sodium fixtures – the regular tunnel lighting – that were gelled to match the WorldStage units.

“WorldStage came up with a blue light that worked – that was the right color and intensity,” says Colasacco. “Light was there to support the sound and reflect diving underwater and going deeper and deeper. Although the lighting was static it varied slightly in color.”

Terry Jackson, WorldStage vice president/director of lighting, says the company “definitely didn’t want to mimic last year’s tunnel lighting so we lit the installation with all LED fixtures and played with intensity, slight movement, fixture placement and color – all while maintaining the NYCDOT-approved level of light for general public safety.”

Colasacco sums up the WorldStage experience as “amazing. Terry was just phenomenal, so were Daryl [Carmen] and Erik [Perry]. The whole team was my team – all working together with the same purpose as part of the creative. WorldStage is always willing to jump in and do what needs to get done – and they can do pretty much anything. We would work with them in a second on any project.”

Winderen echoes that sentiment and adds, “I can’t think of anything that hasn’t been great!”

At WorldStage Dennis Menard was senior project manager, Daryl Carmen production manager, Michael Kacunel audio A1, Alison May lighting director/programmer and Erik Perry senior project manager/lighting. IATSE Local One provided the crew labor.

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.

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WorldStage Goes Underground for “Dive” Immersive Art Installation for Summer Streets 2014

The New York City Department of Transportation’s Summer Streets 2014 arts festival once again turned Manhattan’s Park Avenue pedestrian tunnel into an immersive art experience with help from WorldStage, which provided audio and lighting support for Norwegian artist’s Jana Winderen’s sound installation, “Dive.” Last year WorldStage teamed with NYCDOT and artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer on “Voice Tunnel,” the first time in history that an artist transformed the utilitarian space on Park Avenue between 33rd and 40th Street.

“We were excited to work with WorldStage last year, and when we decided to do a new project we came straight to WorldStage,” says Emily Colasacco, director of urban art/Summer Streets at NYCDOT. “The tunnel is such a challenging space: The exhibit was from 7 am to 1 pm on three Saturdays in August and had to be set up overnight and disassembled in the afternoon to open the tunnel back up to vehicular traffic. Then there was the additional challenge of how to create an intense sound piece in a space that echoes. We had to balance that intensity with allowing participants to talk.”

Jana Winderen has worked as an artist, curator and producer since 1993. She has researched the hidden depths of the world using the latest technology to reveal the complexity and strangeness of the unseen world beneath. She focuses on finding and revealing sounds from otherwise inaudible natural habitats and creatures.

The subterranean tunnel was a perfect venue for “Dive,” which featured sounds of crustaceans, fish and mammals recorded by Winderen in shallow to deep underwater environments from Greenland to Thailand and beyond. Those sounds mixed with lapping waves and man-made noises from boats and seal-scaring devices. The public explored eight habitats of sound diving deeper and deeper into the tunnel, which was bathed in evocative blue light.

“We are not used to listening underwater,” says Winderen, “so this offered a new and unique experience in a very special place. The space gave people room for concentrated listening. When I saw the tunnel I thought it was a great way to dive into the unknown.”

The artist says that it made sense to partner with WorldStage on the project “because they had the experience” of working in the tunnel last year. “They knew how to bring in power and [deal with] security issues. They knew how to help solve problems and make my ideas a reality.”

WorldStage provided 64 Meyer UPM-1P Compact Loudspeakers, 16 Meyer 500-HP Compact High Power Subwoofers and RedNet PCIe cards in external Thunderbolt Chassis for the signal audio control installation. WorldStage audio system designer Kate Brown once again integrated the sound system working with Winderen and Professor Tony Myatt, who designed and programmed the audio system to play in 3D spatial sound.

“WorldStage set up a demo room and an 25% scale mock-up in their New Jersey shop where I could work with the sound files and Tony did tests,” says Winderen. “WorldStage was totally great in all ways – very professional and friendly. They facilitated the job, helped us get the speakers we wanted and found the positions for them.”

Lighting also played a key role in creating the tunnel’s underwater atmosphere. Fixtures consisted of 100 Color Kinetics Color Blasts and 100 Astera wireless LED PARs, which supplemented 30 high-output LED fixtures provided by NYCDOT and the 12 high-output sodium fixtures – the regular tunnel lighting – that were gelled to match the WorldStage units.

“WorldStage came up with a blue light that worked – that was the right color and intensity,” says Colasacco. “Light was there to support the sound and reflect diving underwater and going deeper and deeper. Although the lighting was static it varied slightly in color.”

Terry Jackson, WorldStage vice president/director of lighting, says the company “definitely didn’t want to mimic last year’s tunnel lighting so we lit the installation with all LED fixtures and played with intensity, slight movement, fixture placement and color – all while maintaining the NYCDOT-approved level of light for general public safety.”

Colasacco sums up the WorldStage experience as “amazing. Terry was just phenomenal, so were Daryl [Carmen] and Erik [Perry]. The whole team was my team – all working together with the same purpose as part of the creative. WorldStage is always willing to jump in and do what needs to get done – and they can do pretty much anything. We would work with them in a second on any project.”

Winderen echoes that sentiment and adds, “I can’t think of anything that hasn’t been great!”

At WorldStage Dennis Menard was senior project manager, Daryl Carmen production manager, Michael Kacunel audio A1, Alison May lighting director/programmer and Erik Perry senior project manager/lighting. IATSE Local One provided the crew labor.

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.

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The Public Sector Gets Creative with TecPodium Lecterns

For many years the public sector (Government agencies, municipalities, libraries, city halls and more) has been a vital resource of unique requirements at every level. At this critical point enters creative solutions such as the TecPodium Interactive Lecterns.

The TecPodium Lecterns offer an easy to use control panel. It can interface with existing systems to provide a wide range of scenarios and applications. The combination and seamless integration of audio, lights, displays and multimedia presentations, computer or DVD playback are just some of the requirements which the TecPodium successfully fulfills!

A public room at the Bar Association library has turned into a smart presentation room with TecPodium Interactive lectern

Tecom cooperation with AV integrators and other manufacturers in the video conference, lecture capture and advanced sound systems, assures versatility and customer satisfaction. Tecom Electronics, taking part in large and complex projects, advises and assists customers to reach the best desired solution.

An example of a new City Hall meeting room designed with Crestron control system integrated into TecPodium Lecterns

www.tecpodium.com

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Press Releases For : September 22, 2014

YCD Multimedia Names Sam Losar New CEO

New York, September 22th, 2014 – YCD Multimedia today announced that its Board of Directors named current US president, Sam Losar as the next CEO effective September 15th, 2014. Assuming CEO responsibility from company co-founder Noam Levavi, Losar will be trusted with continuing to expand the growth he achieved in the Americas to its business operations in Europe and Asia.

Noam Levavi co-founded the company in 1999 in Israel and led it for well over a decade. “I’m proud to have collaborated with an amazing team at YCD over the years. Leading YCD from the very birth of the digital signage space has been a magnificent personal journey. Sam and I have been working closely the last few years on building products and a team that can take YCD to its next phase. The time is right for me to hand over the reins to Sam who will continue to plot the growth of our company for the next decade,” said Levavi.

Losar joined YCD as President of its US operations during its acquisition of C-nario, another leading digital signage software provider in October 2011. Having redeveloped the entire business model, YCD Multimedia quickly expanded its customer base and increased its overall profitability all while focusing on its core competency of developing world class digital signage software. Losar brings 20 years of experience in building and leading businesses.

“I am extremely proud of our company’s accomplishments and thankful in the confidence Noam has had in allowing me the opportunity to positively impact YCD. I’m excited to continue building on a foundation of innovation and to continue to succeed in the future. We have assembled a group of great dedicated professionals over the years and added new talent in the US and overseas. We are well positioned to continue to expand and meet the needs of our customers’ worldwide,” added Losar.

About YCD Multimedia

YCD Multimedia is a leading global provider of advanced digital signage software solutions, serving the retail, telecom, banking, gaming, entertainment, hospitality, educational, transportation and corporate markets. Founded in 1999 (and having acquired C-nario, a leading digital signage company, in 2011), YCD provides businesses and organizations with a fully-scalable platform to attract and engage customers, while communicating their brand. YCD’s software offers unmatched capabilities in driving digital signage networks including high-impact video and mosaic walls in a native, pixel-perfect resolution. To date, the company has partnered with industry leading customers, including Fortune 500 corporations and some of the world’s most recognized brands. YCD operates worldwide with offices in the United States, the United Kingdom and Israel, as well as an international network of partners serving clients around the globe. For more information, visit www.ycdmultimedia.com

PR Contacts:

Lou Carulli
Marketing Manager
YCD Multimedia
646.237.8115
lcarulli@ycdmultimedia.com

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