You need to have a systematic approach to verifying the audio and video performance of your installations–using reliable test vectors and documenting the resulting performance.
Despite our geek-driven desire to impress clients, we often miss the mark.
Folks around CEDIA EXPO have been
talking about the end of dedicated home
You’ve probably heard all about Dolby Atmos, the new immersive audio format hitting the consumer market.
Say what you will about our industry,
but it is not afraid of new technology.
You’re probably familiar with the Denver Broncos’ story this year: future
Hall of Fame QB, record-setting offense, expected to win the Super Bowl
by most pundits.
If you walked the halls of CEDIA
EXPO this year, you probably heard
some statements like, “Dedicated home
theaters are on the decline,” or “People
prefer to watch movies in multi-purpose
living spaces or on their smartphones
Power conditioning is important, but not
for the reasons you may be led to believe.
I am standing in my backyard in disbelief,
looking at the partially complete fence
that I asked a contractor to build to
keep the ravenous Northern California
deer from eating my priceless heirloom
We need to stop reinventing the wheel
where bass is concerned.
Conundrum Technologies, Denver, CO
Audio Video Systems, Plainview, NY
Station Earth, Fergus, Ontario, Canada
Audio Command Systems, Westbury, NY
Evolution Video and Sound, Calgary, Alberta, Canada
One Button, Brooklyn, NY
ListenUp, Denver, CO
Andrew Lucas Limited, London, England
Elliston Systems, Dallas, TX
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