Racks, enclosures, housings, whatever you call them they are the essential infrastructure component for any installation. They spend their lives behind doors labeled authorized personnel only and danger high voltage. Or, they remain anonymous behind an unmarked steel door in a dark corner of the basement. They stand side by side, often row after endless row, holding together the electronic components that make our systems function. Without them, there would be no way to organize hardware, coordinate cabling, structure the signal flow of systems or perform a myriad of other often forgotten, but critical tasks. Racks also provide security, cooling, safety and increase serviceability.
Extron Electronics is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the MPS 601, a compact six input, one output media presentation switcher for digital and analog sources. It offers four, HDCP-compliant HDMI inputs and two RGB video inputs with analog stereo audio. RGB video and analog audio are digitized and switched through the HDMI output, without the need for additional signal conversion equipment.
Tips on how to get the best audio quality for a webinar. Key components include a great headset with noise-cancellation, a feature-laden hosting platform and a quiet place to work.
Crimson AV Showcases New Modular Video Matrix Mounting Solutions at InfoComm 2013
At InfoComm 2013 Crimson AV demonstrates its JR3 SyncPro projector mount. The JR Series projector mounts each have progressively follow a best-better-good strategy that includes JR3, JR2 and JR models. A unique lead screw mechanism ensures precise micro adjustments
The new signal distribution and integration solutions provide easy connectivity in a high-tech environment.
The Enova DVX T models are made for AV over IT networks and offer integrators a flexible solution for use with meeting spaces of any size.
An AVI-SPL technician powers up and connects an AMX Enova DGX32 digital media switcher in less than 60 seconds.
Analog is on its way out; administrators who have resisted the switch to digital are running out of time.
The company’s new splitters and switchers can be used to handle installations in which uncompressed multichannel audio signals are combined with HD 3D video in a distribution system.