MVP membership provides System Integratorâ„¢ software users with access to detailed Noble Fidelity product specifications from within SI application.
CHRISTIE DISPLAY TECHNOLOGY AND ADTECH SYSTEMS DELIVERING LIFELIKE IMAGES AND OUTSTANDING CUSTOMER SERVICE AT BOSTON COLLEGE
More than 70 Christie 1-chip DLP and 3LCD Projectors Installed Throughout the School
Alexandra Crabb Named VP, Kelly Ahern Promoted to Senior AE PR and Social Media, Timothy Viall and Heidi Ohrenberger Join as Account Coordinators.
The DTP T USW 233 offers convenient control options, including front panel control, RS-232, and contact closure with tally output for easy integration into a variety of environments.
Brainshark Authorizes En Pointe Technologies to Sell SlideShark Team Edition to Customers Nationwide
En Pointe's Customer Base to Benefit From Brainshark's Award-Winning App, Which Lets Users Show PowerPoints Properly and Reliably on the iPad and iPhone
Complete Field Kit (P/N 90170) Includes 10-Gig Cat6A Shielded Connectors, the Tele-TitanXg Cat6A Crimp Tool, Cable Stripper and External Shielded Crimper; Exceeds 10-Gig Performance Standard for Streaming High Bandwidth Across Cat6E, Cat6A, & Cat7 Cable
Two and Four Output DisplayPort DA's for Professional Video Applications
GreenGenius smart surge protectors turn off power to unused devices, saving consumers valuable energy and money
Homeowner John Musil decided he wanted simple consolidated control of the security, lighting and A/V components in his 18,000-square foot home in the Arcadia-area of Phoenix, Arizona.
Designed to dramatically enhance any environmental area, inside or out
Barco and projectiondesign® deliver next-generation projection innovation for theme parks at EAS 2013
Highlighting some of the very best real-world examples from trusted ecosystem of expert partners
Gefen's New High Resolution USB to Audio Decoder Outputs Analog and Digital Audio from any Computer
North America is a vital market for Linn, contributing significantly to the brand's success in recent years.
Wolfson and Waves Audio Partner to Bring Exceptional Sound Quality to Mobile Devices Using MaxxAudio
Wolfson Microelectronics plc, a global leader in the design and development of mixed-signal semiconductor devices and audio solutions for consumer electronics products, and Waves Audio, a world-leading developer of software-based audio signal processing tools, have today announced a partnership to j
If you were shopping for a TV three years ago, you were probably bombarded with all kinds of talk about how cool 3D was and how it was the “next big thing” in TV viewing. Movies and sports would never be the same again, with characters and players popping out of screens and into your living room as if they were right in front of you. It’s now 2013, and 3D is but a footnote that barely measures up to smart TV features and the looming 4K Ultra HD resolution TVs. It all begs the question: Why didn’t 3D ever take off the way it was expected to? There is no single answer to that question, but a variety of factors may have led to 3D’s seeming irrelevance. During CES 2010, 3D was all the rage on the show floor, and it seemed like an ideal situation for manufacturers and consumers, alike. It was relatively easy for TV makers to incorporate into flat-panel LCDs and plasmas, and it wasn’t going to cost consumers a premium to get the extra dimension onscreen. This may have looked like a perfect storm, but once you got past the action, it was all smoke and mirrors. The introduction of 3D TVs around 2010 came smack dab in the middle of the fallout from the financial crisis, and TV sales were already flattening before the first 3D flat-panels could hit retail. With only a slight bump up in price and the promise of a flurry of 3D content, manufacturers thought this was the ticket to spurring more growth and churning dollars out of your wallet. Read Full Article:
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Automation & Control - Featured Product
INTRODUCING THE SIMPLEST WAY TO CONTROL YOUR ENTIRE HOUSE YOUR VOICE. Imagine this... We've all been there-walking through the door into a dark house, arms full. Wouldn't it be nice to tell your house to offer a helping hand? Now you can. A simple voice command-such as "Alexa, turn on Welcome"-lights up the hallway and kitchen, fires up your favorite Pandora station, while the door locks itself behind you. This is Control4 Home Automation with Amazon Alexa.