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Electrograph Gears Up for Dallas DTE Event

Like its event held last October in New York, the distributors gathering next month will feature educational sessions on product integration and advance installation techniques.

Hauppauge, NY– Electrograph Systems has opened registration for the Dallas leg of its Display Technology Experience (DTE), a complimentary networking and training event designed to help audiovisual resellers build their businesses and stay competitive.

Electrograph will hit the road with its manufacturing partners and top industry trainers and presenters to bring the first DTE of 2007 to the growing Dallas reseller community. The event will take place from 9:45 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 27 at the Adam’s Mark hotel in Dallas, Texas.

DTE Dallas will be based on the DTE event at NYC’s Madison Square Garden last October, where Electrograph introduced its RevolutionHD line of LCD and Plasma Displays for installers.

“We received phenomenal feedback from resellers who attended the DTE event in New York and had great success at our San Francisco and Huntington Beach events last year as well,” said Sam Taylor, president, Electrograph Systems. “Electrograph has a growing group of resellers in the Dallas area–DTE is our way of giving them the opportunity to see the newest display products and peripherals up close and learn firsthand from the industry’s best.”

DTE Dallas will provide educational sessions on product integration and advanced installation techniques, along with live demonstrations of the newest audiovisual display–including Panasonic’s 103-inch 1080p plasma display–and peripherals.

Gary Kayye, founder of Kayye Consulting and the industry’s foremost e-newsletter, rAVe, will kick-off DTE 2007 by delivering a keynote address, called “The Future of AV in Everything”. Other leading instructors include Brad Nelson, president of Sound Solutions Northwest Inc., and chairman of the NSCA Education Committee, Alan Brawn, partner/consultant for Telanetix Inc. and principal of Brawn Consulting, and Bill Whitlock, president of Jensen Transformers Inc. Additionally, Joe Kane, former chair of the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) and CEO of Joe Kane Productions and Chuck Wilson, executive director of the National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA) will be featured as honored guests. NSCA members can earn up to three NSCA University Learning Unit credits by attending the courses.

Technologies highlighted at DTE Dallas 2007 include flat panel plasma and LCD displays, mounts, audio, CAT-5 products, scalers and interfaces, input cards, touch overlays, tuners, and power conditioners. Major display providers such as NEC, Samsung, Panasonic, Pioneer, Sony, Philips, Sharp, LG, Mitsubishi, and Hitachi will all exhibit at this year’s event. An array of peripheral product suppliers will also demonstrate a complete display solution.

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