John Sciacca is one of the principals of Custom Theater and Audio in Myrtle Beach, SC.
As I was leaving the classroom, a poster on one of the doors caught my eye. It said, “If you don’t have time to do it right, you must have time to do it over.” How well does that sum up some of the issues we run into on the design and install portions of jobs?
In the spirit of helping you to help me to help both of our customers, I’d like to share with you some things I’d love to see you incorporate on your upcoming products. Many of these things wouldn’t add much—if anything!—to the cost of the unit, so I’m hoping we can all work together to move the ball downfield.
Physical media seems to have the incredible, third-act staying power of a Rocky movie. Sure, it’s going to get beat to hell over 14 rounds, dragged about and battered in the mainstream, but at the end of the day, it’s gonna dig deep and manage one friggin’ hell of a left hook to come out on top right before the end credits start to roll.
The modern caddy and golfer relationship reminded me of our roles with clients. Typically they have little to no idea what they need for their project, but come to us seeking our years of experience to provide the best read on their situation.
Could we actually be getting the 4K signal? I watched with baited breath until 10:30 at which point the screen was filled with the live coverage. I clicked on the source info screen on the Sony projector to confirm that it was indeed receiving 3840x2160.
Just because your bid might be more expensive doesn’t mean that you will lose the job. This is especially true if you can justify and explain the price and demonstrate your overwhelming expertise.
One of the things that makes this dystopian tale deeper than others (Divergent, Maze Runner) is that the characters seem to have more depth and the dialog moments between them seems more meaningful and real.
An old friend came to town, and he helped to relight some of my passion and put a charge back into my desire to do good work and leave people with something awesome. He travels the world calibrating ultra-high-end theater systems.
Screening Room is looking to offer new, first-run movies for viewing in the home day-and-date with theaters for $50 a showing. Once you’ve purchased a viewing, you get 48 hours to watch the movie.
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Chris Gilray, AHA president, shaking hands with Chad Sharp, the new general manager of the Boynton, Florida facility.
Dealers and Integrators make inaugural purchases from the newly opened AHA distribution facility.
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