Tech expert Scott Thie discusses the benefits of digital signage, low-maintenance projectors and enhanced audio microphones, and why colleges need them for this school year.
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Sweetwater Sound is one of the top online music retailers in the world. The company recently began using a Sennheiser Tourguide system in order to augment their corporate tours. The expansive, LEED certified facility is frequented by visitors often, and the company needed a reliable audio system to help deliver tours of the 100+ acre campus.
In barely a month, Metro Sound & Video implemented a powerful and easy-to-use new audio processing infrastructure based around 16 Symetrix SymNet Radius 12×8 DSPs.
Shenandoah University’s Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre gets an audio boost from a newly installed DiGiCo SD9.
Wartburg College installed Transcend, by Wenger Corporation and HARMAN, for a better acoustic experience in its auditorium.
MobileDay extends services with Push, a one-touch dial in option for conference calls.
Last year Bose officially became the official headset provider for the NFL. However, the story behind these headsets starts over three years ago. I was able to visit Gillette Stadium and try out these new headsets on the sidelines before the Patriots’ first preseason game against the Green Bay Packers. It taught me a lot about the company and the tech that they create.
In order to give fans a consistent audio experience at Lynn Stadium, the University of Louisville invested in a new sound system.
The university invested in Biamp Systems’ Tesira to increase sound quality in its collaboration rooms.