Cool stuff, there was lots of it to be had at InfoComm 2010. For anyone technically inclined (that would be the majority of folks attending InfoComm), getting the scoop on the latest and the greatest new gear is generally pretty high on the list of things to do at InfoComm. Unfortunately with the show covering a fair amount of real estate and the time the expo floor is open being finite, sometimes you just don’t have the opportunity to see everything. I highlighted a few things yesterday. Here’s a brief review of some of the other offerings seen at the show:
QSC Audio introduced paging station hardware and software for its Q Sys digital signal processing platform. QSC designed this for transportation hubs as well as other facilities needing a sophisticated paging capabilities.
Not only did Aviom have new stuff, they also have someone to help you design it into your systems. Aviom announced their new Design Services department headed by Consultant Liaison and Design Services Manager, Jeff Lange. And as far as stuff goes Aviom announced their Wall Frame 6 and Pro64 Modular I/O system. Geared to the permanent install market the new system provides wall mounted, modular I/O for the company’s Pro64 networking system enabling the use of Cat 5 cable to get your signal from point A to point B.
With the law regarding use of wireless products in the 700 MHz taking effect on Saturday, June 12, manufacturers continue to investigate alternatives to providing good clean wireless signal in the crowded spectrum. Audio-Technica has been providing their SpectraPulse products for a few years now and they brought a new offering to InfoComm 2010. The rcu104 Receiver Coordinator Unit allows the use of multiple drm141 Digital Receiver Modules.
Meyer Sound brought a MINA to the party. The newest member of the MILO family of line array loudspeakers, the diminutive MINA is designed for use in applications where sound system size and weight requirements are an issue.
And while it’s not stuff, it is interesting news – Aphex is under new ownership. DWV Entertainment has acquired Aphex Systems Ltd. Rick McClendon has been appointed the new GM of Aphex.
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