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AV Design for Architects and Designers, Part II

Our previous article talked about the difference between Distributed and Centralized AV systems, and specifically addressed some of the issues with Distributed Systems. This article concentrates on Centralized Systems. The thing to remember when deciding how to handle your AV …

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AV Design for Architects and Designers, Part I

The client’s AV system is usually a significant investment. Very much like the building detail, the visitor flow and the ergonomics of the space, it needs to be planned, and planned with care. We want to help the client to …

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Travel, anyone?

Most of us travel. Some of us travel occasionally, some of us are on that aluminum tube at least twice a week. We all know what it’s like to put up with the grockels that simply have no idea whatsoever …

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Speakers, speakers and speakers

Heard any audio today? All of you use and listen to loudspeakers on a daily basis – but how often have you thought about these rather amazing devices, and how they have changed and continue to change our world? This …

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Non-Proprietary Systems

As an AV provider, we are regularly asked about non-proprietary systems. Is it just another buzzword to confuse laymen? What are non-proprietary systems – and if such a thing exists, why should we consider using them? Well – we’re not …