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VMP Launches New PM-LPM Yokeless Low-Profile Projector Mount at 2011 InfoComm

Video Mount Products PM-LPM yokeless low-profile projector mount

Video Mount Products (VMP) PM-LPM yokeless low-profile projector mount

STEVENSVILLE, Md., June 9, 2011 — Video Mount Products (, a leading provider of mounting solutions for the commercial, residential, CI, security, and pro audio/video markets, is proud to announce it will launch its new PM-LPM yokeless low-profile projector mount during InfoComm 2011, held in Orlando, Fla. from June 15-17 at the Orange County Convention Center, booth 4659. Now shipping, the PM-LPM has an MSRP of $139.95. Read on at The Wire

Atlona and TruAudio Team Up to Co-Market Complementary Solutions

SUNNYVALE, Calif. — June 2, 2011 — Atlona Technologies(R) today announced that the company has partnered with TruAudio in a co-marketing effort designed to leverage the manufacturing expertise and strengths of both companies. Effective immediately, TruAudio is offering its customers select products from Atlona’s Si (System Integrator) line of digital connectivity solutions for residential custom installations and light commercial A/V systems. Read more at The Wire

Digital Rapids to Showcase New 2.0 Version of TouchStream Live Streaming Appliance at InfoComm 2011

Digital Rapids LogoMay 31, 2011 — Markham, Ontario: Digital Rapids Digital Rapids will be showcasing the new 2.0 version of the award-winning TouchStream portable encoding and live streaming appliance at the upcoming InfoComm 2011 exhibition. The version 2.0 update adds support for the Digital Rapids Broadcast Manager multi-encoder management software, enabling comprehensive remote monitoring, management and control of multiple TouchStream units from a centralized location. Additional new features in the TouchStream 2.0 upgrade include enhancements to HTTP Live Streaming for Apple(r) iPhone(r) and iPad(tm) devices and improved Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) Smooth Streaming capabilities. Read more at The Wire

Opening Keynote

Tuesday, June 14 | 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Chapin Theater, W320

Tech, Innovation, Magic — Technology & Filmmaking at DreamWorks Animation

Kate Swanborg, Head of Enterprise Marketing for DreamWorks Animation, will share how cutting-edge technology helps the CG animation studio create the innovative productions that leave audiences around the world wanting more. The presentation will include exciting imagery and real world examples on how today’s fused AV/IT technology supports the entertainment industry.

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Pre-announced Products for InfoComm

Lots of new products are already announced for InfoComm. Here’s a list of just some of those products:

FSR IT-A25 Amplifier
Extron Electronics DVS 510 and MLS 608 D
Point Source Audio IP-enabled Microphones
Contemporary Research QCA9-33 RF Combiner
Mitsubishi Digital Electronics America WD570U
Vaddio ProductionView HD MV
X2O Media Xpresenter Integrated Conference Experience
VFI VC-Room Table
Symetrix Solus
Kramer Electronics 910 Preamp and Mixer
BenQ SH960 Projector
Hosa Technology Hosa Pro Interconnect

Welcome to BlogLive @ InfoComm 2011

The editors of Sound & Video Contractor would like to welcome you to our annual BlogLive @ InfoComm. SVC will once again cover the show from all angles and report to you throughout the show live, here at our blog. We’ll be posting information about the latest happenings, information on who is using what technology, and interviews with key industry players. To get yourself up to speed with the latest news, and to keep up with news as it happens throughout the show, check out

We’ll be updating BlogLive @ InfoComm 2011 multiple times throughout the day, starting Wednesday, June 15, so be sure to check back often. Have a great InfoComm, and make BlogLive @ InfoComm 2011 is your source for realtime coverage of the show.

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infocomm-14-new.jpgWHAT A GREAT WEEK, but it’s finally over and the numbers are in, making this year’s show the second largest InfoComm event ever held, with 32,002 AV professionals attending from more than 90 countries. With 925 exhibitors filling the halls of the Las Vegas convention center, we were nearly overwhelmed by the sheer number of cool products and technologies—way more than we can cover in the space of this blog, so check back to the SVC website and in the new products, news, and technology showcase sections of our print editions for more InfoComm coverage in upcoming issues.

Meanwhile, InfoComm 2011 returns to sunny Orlando, Florida, next year from June 11 to 17, 2011. Mark your calendars now!

All the cool stuff at InfoComm

qsys_system_diagram.jpgCool 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. more…

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Rebroadcast of InfoComm 2010 Keynote

infocommkeynote.jpgYou can catch of rebroadcast of Marthin De Beer’s keynote here.

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InfoComm Day Three — Five Cool Things Unveiled At InfoComm

1 One corner of Sennheiser’s booth was constantly buzzing, with necks craning to see the K-array speakers. You had to twist your neck a bit – the K-arrays are on a scale with Matchbox toy cars. But imagine a Matchbox Shelby Cobra with 4.9-liter engine under the hood. That’s what the new KK50vb line array speaker system is like: only 2.2 inches deep and weighing just 5.5 pounds but it packs up to 120 dB of output. It can also change vertical coverage from 7 degrees to 120 degrees with the flip of a switch.

2. Atmosphere is what its name suggests: 4 screens with a band member or dancer or DJ in each, shot in 4K, with synched audio, intended to grease the mood with settings for lounges, discos, cruise ships, retail, HOW and other environments. Atmosphere North America is handling distribution here for the German company. more…

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The editors of Sound & Video Contractor post live from InfoComm as the news happens. Check back several times a day for the latest industry news, reports from press conferences, and product introductions.


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