ALTINEX ANNOUNCES DS801-112 / 113 VGA / COMPONENT + AUDIO UTP TRANSMITTER / RECEIVER

Makes a terrific solution for multipurpose rooms or other areas where table or podium mounted AV connections may be impractical.

DTS, Onkyo Deliver World's First A/V Receiver Capable of Full Neo:X™ 11.1-Channel Output

New Onkyo A/V Receivers Bring 3-D Audio to Home Entertainment with DTS Audio Solution

AMX Ships DXLink Multi-Format Transmitters, Completes Enova Network-Centric A/V Platform

Units master A/V installers' vast obstacle: sending legacy analog and digital signals, control, Ethernet, USB, and power great distances over one cable

WiGig to Test Specifications with Second Technology Plugfest

Multi-Gigabit Wireless Products Move Ever Closer To Commercialization

Mitsubishi Electric Completes Installation of Japan's Largest Digital Signage Systems at Narita International Airport

The system, which covers all passenger terminal areas, displays airport news, entertainment programs and advertisements as well as relaxing imagery, including "Living Japan", which depicts the beautiful natural scenery of Japan, and "Aquarium Japan," which shows enchanting marine life.

Neelb.tv Relies on Broadcast Pix Granite 5000 for Live Webcast of Olympic Torch

The show began with coverage of a Guinness world-record event, as more than 3,000 children representing 31 schools created the Olympic rings at a local arena.

Opera Bastille Upgrades With HARMAN's Studer Vista 5 M2 Console

The new Vista 5 will fulfill all monitoring and recording duties.

Mitsubishi Electric Completes Installation of Japan's Largest Digital Signage Systems at Narita International Airport

The system, which covers all passenger terminal areas, displays airport news, entertainment programs and advertisements as well as relaxing imagey, including "Living Japan", which depicts the beautiful natural scenery of Japan, and "Aquarium Japan," which shows enchanting marine life.

High Resolution Systems' UDC Gets High Marks from the University of Phoenix

High Resolution Systems provided 3Stage Design with UDC running on two Apple iPads and an Apple iPod Touch built into the wall.

New Pioneer Blu-ray 3D Player Brings More Entertainment into the Home

New BDP-150 Showcases Connectivity and Playback Features

Pioneer Introduces New Wireless Music Systems

New SMA Series Wireless Speakers Equipped to Deliver Big Sound in Any Room

VESA Enables Mobile Devices to Share Full HD Video and 3D Content on Any Display With Release of MyDP Standard

New Mobility DisplayPort (MyDP) Standard Delivers Industry's Highest Mobile-to-Display Resolution through Existing Data Connectors

Kramer Introduces the RC-74DL Master Room Controller with Unique LCD Group Text Labels

Provides a convenient end'user experience through the combination of the 12 configurable, multi'color front panel buttons with unique LCD text button group labels.

Panasonics New President to Deliver Opening Keynote Address at the 2013 International CES

Kazuhiro Tsuga to Address Opportunities Ahead for Consumer Electronics

2013 CES Features Expanded IAWTV Awards

The IAWTV Awards honors and promotes excellence in web television.

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